Legal Articles, Motor Vehicle

Where to Begin When a Defective Vehicle Caused Your Injuries?  

Most car accidents are the fault of one or more drivers involved in the crash. However, in some cases, car crashes are caused by defective parts on at least one of the vehicles. According to the National Motor Vehicle Crash Causation Survey, approximately 44,000 of the 2.2 million accidents reviewed in the survey were somehow related to vehicle defects.

Houston's Deadly Highways

Houston had almost 3000 wrecks in a one week period, many seriously injured and 12 people killed!

HOW TO FIGHT YOUR TRAFFIC TICKET IN CALIFORNIA

HOW TO FIGHT YOUR TRAFFIC TICKET IN CALIFORNIA

DO NOT "FAIL TO APPEAR" IN TRAFFIC COURT IN CALIFORNIA

Do Not "Fail To Appear" In Traffic Court In California

THE BASICS OF DUI IN CALIFORNIA

The Basics Of DUI In California

What to do if you are in a Hit and Run Accident

What to do if you are involved in a hit and run accident.

Can Used Cars Qualify For A Lemon Law Claim?

In California, the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act outlines the protections afforded to buyers of new and used lemons. Here is some information that will provide guidance on whether your used car qualifies for a lemon law claim in our state:

How Much Can I Get From A Lemon Law Claim In California?

If you purchased a bum vehicle, the Lemon Law protects your rights as a consumer. Find out how much you can expect to receive in a California Lemon Law claim for a new or used vehicle.

Latest Advancements In Car Safety

From Blind Spot Detection to Forward Collision Warning, advanced safety features abound in today's vehicles. Many alert drivers to potential dangers, thereby reducing the risk of collision.

Understanding the Lemon Law Claims Process

When you find out that you’ve purchased a lemon vehicle, you discover that it’s not just a hassle. Buying a defective vehicle can be a safety hazard and a drain on your finances.

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