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Would You Take an Uber to the Hospital?

Ride-sharing giant Uber has launched a new product that allows doctors and hospitals to schedule rides for their patients, like picking up patients for appointments or medical care, or taking them home afterward. Called Uber Health, doctors can use the application, which means patients don’t need to have the Uber app installed or even have…

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Rapper Soulja Boy in Mudslide-Related Car Accident

After rainfall caused mudslides and flash flooding in Southern California last month, rapper Soulja Boy took to social media to talk about a close call. “Was involved in a very bad car accident last night due to a flash flood and mud slide,” he tweeted on January 6. He later tweeted a news photo of…

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Should I Get Witness Statements After a Car Accident?

When a car accident resulting from the negligent actions of another party leaves you injured, you expect to receive compensation for the losses you incur due to your injuries, pain, and suffering. Many times, this compensation will be provided through the at-fault driver’s insurance company. Often, however, receiving compensation through a personal injury claim involves…

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California Highway Patrol Releases Lane-Splitting Tips

The California Highway Patrol (CHP) recently released its official guidelines on lane-splitting. Lane-splitting was legalized in California in 2017, but formal guidelines had not been issued until now. These safety tips are for both motorcyclists and other drivers on the road. What’s notable about these guidelines is that they clearly state that it is illegal…

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People Are Usually At-Fault in Autonomous Vehicle Accidents

We’re quick to blame the tech of self-driving vehicles whenever there is a crash. As it turns out, the major hindrance to the proliferation of safe self-driving vehicles on the road may actually be us. A new report detailed in Axios indicates that of the 88 accidents involving autonomous vehicles (AVs) in California since 2014,…

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August is the Deadliest Month for Car Crashes in the U.S.

The dog days of summer are dangerous times of the year for drivers and passengers on the roadways. According to an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) study evaluating data from 2012-2016, August 2 is the day in which more people die on the roadways, on average, than any other day of the year. This…

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