Cartwright - December 31, 2013 - Blog, Car Accidents

Have a Sober Ride Home Tonight? Urge Others to Get One or Be One

Happy New Year! On this last night of 2013, we all need to keep in mind how dangerous New Year’s Eve can be on California’s roads. As we discussed in our last post, the New Year’s Eve/New Year’s Day period is considered the fourth most dangerous night holiday for drivers, and drunk drivers were involved […]

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Cartwright - December 24, 2013 - Blog, Car Accidents

Reminder: Christmas to New Year’s Among Riskiest Driving Periods

Just in time for the holidays, the international safety nonprofit the National Safety Council has issued a reminder that Christmas, New Year’s Eve and the period surrounding them make up one of the most dangerous times of year for drivers. Statistics have routinely shown a jump in serious and fatal traffic accidents around a number […]

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Cartwright - December 11, 2013 - Blog, Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle Wrecks a Top Cause of Non-War Deaths Among US Military

Part of the job of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center, or AFHSC, is to keep track of illnesses and injuries suffered by members of the U.S. military. In a study just published in its peer-reviewed journal, the group noted an alarming new trend. Between 1999 and 2012, military service members were increasingly dying in […]

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Cartwright - November 26, 2013 - Blog, Car Accidents

What Realistic Steps Can Parents Take to Curb Distracted Driving?

If you’re the parent of a teen driver, you’re probably under a lot of pressure. Teens lack experience driving, texting is an ingrained habit they consider indispensible and, well, they’re teens.  The fact that they’re teens is actually important for parents to understand. It’s not just that teens sometimes seem dead-set on doing just the […]

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Cartwright - November 13, 2013 - Bicycle Accidents, Blog

Bicycle Accidents: On The Rise

Anyone watching the news these days will notice an apparent rise in bicycle accidents, more often than not involving a collision with a motor vehicle. As bicycling grows in popularity, this may seem nothing more than an inevitable consequence. But the attorneys at The Cartwright Law Firm have been seeing a rather disturbing trend associated […]

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Cartwright - October 4, 2013 - Blog, Car Accidents

Short sleepers may not realize they’re dangerous drowsy drivers

A new study published in the journal Accident Analysis and Prevention found that people who routinely sleep fewer than 8 hours a night are more likely to experience drowsiness while driving. That may not come as much of a surprise to you, but it might actually be something they themselves do not realize. Many drowsy […]

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Cartwright - August 16, 2013 - Blog, Pedestrian Accidents

School’s open: tips to avoid pedestrian-car accidents this fall

According to the American Automobile Association, more than 55 million children will be heading back to school over the next couple of weeks, and around 13 percent of them will be walking or biking. Others, will be riding school buses or getting rides in cars, which means that school zones can be choked with cars […]

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Cartwright - July 18, 2013 - Blog, Car Accidents

Are you confident about your child safety seat in a car accident?

Parents go to great lengths to protect their children’s safety, and one step every parent should take is to make sure their kids are tucked away in a child safety seat whenever they’re in the car. The somewhat alarming truth, however, is that four out of five car seats are installed incorrectly or aren’t appropriate […]

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Cartwright - July 5, 2013 - Blog, Car Accidents

AAA study: hands-free texting still dangerous

In a landmark research study, the American Automobile Association (AAA) proved right the fears of safety experts around the country: using hands-free technology to compose and respond to texts and emails wirelessly is just as distracting as typing them in by hand. The study used a number of different data collection methods, including interior mounted […]

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Cartwright - June 5, 2013 - Blog, Teen Drivers

Improving the roads through teen car insurance and driver safety

Statistics from the Center for Disease Control amply demonstrate that teen drivers pose a higher risk behind the wheel than older drivers with more experience, but most teens and parents aren’t aware of what those risks mean. High auto insurance premiums may be the least of a parent’s worries if their son or daughter is […]

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Cartwright - May 29, 2013 - Blog, Car Accidents

What you need to know if you are in a car accident

If you are ever involved in car accidents, there are some things we at The Cartwright Law Firm would like you to remember: it is likely no one else will be looking out for your best interests, so you need to know the right things to do, if possible at the time of the accident, […]

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Cartwright - April 22, 2013 - Blog, Motor Vehicle Accidents

Safe driving refresher classes available for California seniors

Maintaining independence is one of the most important parts of keeping up a good quality of life as people get older. For a lot of elderly people in California, having a driver’s license means the difference between being able to run errands or attend social engagements on their own and having to rely on their […]

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