It’s a San Diego tradition. Every December, our city is host to one of the premier college bowl games in the country—the Holiday Bowl. This year, they’ve moved the date to December 31st, and are promoting the game as part of the New Year’s festivities. While it’s a great opportunity for residents and out-of-town visitors to watch football and celebrate the holiday, it’s also wise to remember to avoid trouble. Read the rest »
We don’t know about you, but October is one of our favorite months of the year, especially here in San Diego. The weather has started to cool off some and there are plenty of festivals and events around the city that residents and visitors alike are able to take advantage of.
Unfortunately, October also sees more than its fair share of accidents, so it’s important for everyone to take precautions. Read the rest »
While outsiders may not recognize it as such, San Diego is very much a college town. With prominent universities located throughout the city, including University of California San Diego (UCSD), University of San Diego, San Diego State University, and more, San Diegans are well aware that our traffic patterns are in large part determined by school schedules, and that there’s an uptick in congestion when school is in session. Read the rest »
Memorial Day is coming up, and that means the streets and highways around San Diego will be more crowded than ever. Many of the cars on the road will belong to tourists and out-of-towners who are unfamiliar with California traffic. This will almost certainly lead to an increase in the number of crashes. Read the rest »
Everyone knows the physical toll that a car crash can take: broken bones, cuts and bruises, head or spine injuries. That’s why insurance coverage is mandated for drivers in every state in the U.S., including California.
But insurance often falls short of helping victims deal with the emotional trauma that results from car accidents. It can often be just as debilitating, yet insurance companies don’t make sure that victims are provided with the mental health resources they need in the aftermath of a traumatic accident. Read the rest »
As pedestrians in San Diego, we know the importance of caution when it comes to crossing traffic. But one thing most people would never imagine is being struck by a car while inside a building. Unfortunately, storefront accidents more common than you think. Read the rest »
Southern California’s roads are notoriously congested, and San Diego residents see the aftermath of accidents almost every day while on their commutes. That’s why California has the highest average insurance rates in the country. With such high rates, you probably assume that if you’ve paid for an insurance policy, you will be protected in the event of an accident. Read the rest »
Insurance companies are pretty good at estimating the cost of an accident. This is, after all, the core of their business. And while they will always look to cut corners, you can also feel pretty comfortable that they know what they are talking about. Read the rest »
As drivers in the state of California, we’re all familiar with the need for liability auto insurance. The law requires it, and driving without insurance (besides being illegal) leaves you open to expensive lawsuits if you cause an accident with injuries.
But what about injured passengers? Who covers them? Read the rest »
Yesterday, self-driving cars claimed their first victim.
On Sunday night, around 10 p.m., a 49-year-old woman was struck by an Uber self-driving vehicle while walking her bicycle across the street outside of a crosswalk in Tempe, Arizona. The accident took place while the Uber was traveling northbound on Mill Avenue where it intersects Curry Road. The woman was rushed to the hospital, but died from her injuries on Monday, March 19, 2018. Read the rest »