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Carolina Traffic Deaths Up – It’s the Economy, Researchers Say

Traffic deaths are up across the country, with the Carolinas being no exception. Preliminary numbers from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) indicated car accident fatalities had risen more than 8 percent in the first six months of 2015 as compared to 2014. In North Carolina, death by vehicle incidents shot up by 19 […]

The Legality of Tracking Employees By GPS

By Karla Grossenbacher Over the past several years, technology has dramatically increased employee accountability in the workplace. For example, in an office environment, employees are expected to respond to emails immediately because they are either sitting in front of their computers or carrying a mobile device on which they can access their email. As for […]

Debts Caused By Driving Under the Influence

CAN I WRITE OFF CLAIMS AGAINST ME FROM A VEHICLE ACCIDENT? When you think of debts to be written off through bankruptcy, you likely think of credit cards, medical bills, vehicle loans, and suchdebts of definite amounts of money you owe on obligations that you’d voluntarily incurred. But debts can be based on other more […]

What Should I Do if I am Arrested in Arizona?

Monday / February 8, 2016 I came across an interesting article this week about a strange arrest in Massachusetts from 2008. The defendant was driving around with no rear tires or axel, causing sparks to fly all over the road. When officers stopped him and approached the vehicle, the driver was pant-less and took off […]

Natomas Pedestrian Collision

Natomas Pedestrian Collision Im Ed Smith, a pedestrian injury lawyer in Natomas. Recently there was an accident involving apedestrianon West El Camino Avenue, near Northgate Boulevard. What Happened? A woman was in the roadway crossing the street when she was struck by an automobile. Authorities arrived and transported the injuredpedestrian to the hospital with what […]

Safer Technologies in Cars, But Not For Everyone

Each year in the United States, there are approximately 32,000 people killed in car accidents. Many more suffer severe and debilitating injuries that last a lifetime.Accidents occur for many reasons. There are snow storms and icy road conditions, and mostdrivers have at one point or another inadvertently drifted into another lane or not seen another […]

Drivers Unable to Stop Texting Behind the Wheel

Surveys show that although many drivers are aware of the dangers related to texting and driving, they continue to engage in this risky behavior. Today, experts often consider texting while driving as a worse public hazard than driving intoxicated. Yet, alarmingly, over 800,000 drivers are still committing this offense at any given time across the […]

New Year brings new laws to streets of Bakersfield

The New Year bring new beginnings, but it also brings new laws in California, including many that affect thosedriving on Kern Countys roadways. Chain | Cohn | Stiles consistentlystresses safety on the streetsofBakersfield and throughout Kern County. In fact, attorneys at the law office are deeply involved in ending drunk driving locally through its work […]

Report: South Carolina Roads Were Deadly in 2015

Preliminary reports from the South Carolina Department of Public Safety indicate there were more than 950 deaths on our states highways in 2015. Those numbers show anincrease of 15 percent in the number of deaths from 2014 to 2015. Thats 129 more people who were killed. We went from 823 lives lost on our roads […]

How Do You Determine Fault in a Chicago Commercial Truck Accident?

Determining fault in a Chicago motor vehicle accident involving a commercial vehicle can be more complicated than in a typical car collision. There may be other parties such as the employer or truck manufacturer to be taken into consideration. Chicago commercial vehicles are also regulated by federal and state laws, so additional rules may come […]