As a Personal Injury Law Firm, we think it’s important to keep people educated about news in our industry that might affect them. And while most people do not think about accidents until after they have experienced one themselves, the more prepared you will be should you get into an accident.
Determining Fault in an Accident
Being involved in an automobile accident can be a traumatic experience that results in a myriad of emotions. From fear of the unknown to the anxiety of seeing your vehicle banged up, it can all be overwhelming. On top of that, determining who is at fault in an accident can be a tricky endeavor; here are some helpful tips on how fault is determined in an accident.
Large Recall for Dodge Journey
The Dodge Journey is quickly becoming a very popular vehicle in the Dodge stable. If you, or someone you know, own thisvehicle, you should be aware of the recall on the 2012 – 2015 models. These vehicles are being recalled as water can leak into the car, disabling the brakes or stability control. This requires your immediate attention given the looming El Niño that is expected to hit Southern California.
Limiting Rest Aids Recovery Post-Concussion
Concussions are a hot topic these days, and it’s not just in the world of football. However, the topic of young people and concussions is often an overlooked one. If you are the parent of a school-aged child who has suffered a concussion, there is new evidence that suggests limiting rest is found to help recovery. The study shows that, “resting for longer than 24-48 hours is not beneficial for most young patients.”
For over three decades, Owen, Patterson & Owen, expert Southern California attorneys, have been helping clients reach their maximum potential settlements in their cases including auto accidents and brain injuries. If you have been injured in an accident and want have questions about what to do next, please contact us or call usat 800-676-5295.