When a person in Orange County has an injury or illness, the cause is not always immediately apparent. For example, if a person takes a new kind of medicine, it can cause unexpected illnesses to develop over time. But, it may take the victim and their doctors months or even years to discover the condition and then trace it back to that particular medication.
Operating a tractor trailer is a big responsibility that goes well beyond the daily driving that many Californians do in their passenger vehicles. Semi trucks are much larger than even the largest SUV, and, with a full trailer, they can weigh as much as 80,000 pounds.
Many people in Orange County enjoy the benefits of bicycling on a regular basis. Biking promotes exercise and better health, it reduces road congestion and it is also an environmentally friendly method of transportation. It is no secret, however, that biking on roads with motor vehicles does come with some safety concerns. So, how does California stack up to other states when it comes to bicycle accidents and safety?
A new year is under way and many people throughout Orange County are undoubtedly trying to implement any resolutions that they may have made for 2016. While not everyone can live up to their New Year's resolutions, January 1 also means other kinds of changes for people in California. With regard to the state's traffic laws, a number of changes have gone into effect for 2016.