Car Accidents

middle age man in a convertible automobile

Cool autumn days are just around the corner, so what’s not to like about cruising around with the top down in your convertible? Push back the ragtop or the retractable roof and enjoy the ride without worrying. A recent report by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) indicates that convertibles…

It might not be just around the corner, but it’s coming our way soon. Self-driving cars could one day reach a point where they’re as good, or perhaps better, than human drivers. Major U.S. companies are pushing the limits of innovation to dominate the industry.  While many prototypes are already in…

fatal car crashes and road traffic accidents

While the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many aspects of daily life, there has been one silver lining, at least in California: Fewer car accidents and traffic fatalities. A new study from the University of California, Davis shows that the crash rate and number of injuries have dropped by almost…

Rideshare vehicle safety recalls

A review of data from New York City and the Seattle area found that about 1 in every 6 rideshare vehicles registered for Uber and Lyft had unaddressed safety defects, Consumer Reports said. Consumer Reports safety advocate William Wallace noted that this was despite Uber’s website telling people they could…

Can I sue Uber?

Any car accident is stressful, but it can be particularly confusing when the accident involves a rideshare vehicle like Uber or Lyft. It can be challenging to determine who is responsible and what insurance policies are available to compensate you, especially if you’ve been injured, can’t work, and have mounting…

Car Accident

Uber, Lyft, and other rideshare companies have revolutionized the way that people get around Sacramento and places all over California. Instead of driving yourself, riding the bus, or calling a taxicab, people looking for a ride can connect and pay others to take them to their destination, all through a…