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Why is it Difficult to Make Left Turns in Los Angeles?

Posted on February 5, 2020

In Los Angeles, it’s famously difficult to make left turns… but why is that, exactly? What should drivers know about local laws, and about driving safely while in LA? Get these answers from I Accident Lawyer. Why is it Difficult to Make Left Turns in Los Angeles? As residents of Los Angeles know, Southern California […]

What to Know About Electric Scooter Accidents in Los Angeles

Posted on September 25, 2019

Motorized scooters are increasingly prominent in the Los Angeles area. They bring a lot of convenience, but also the risk of accident and injury. What does the law say about these scooters, and how can you stay as safe as can be? Get tips from I Accident Lawyer. What to Know About Electric Scooter Accidents […]

Driverless Cars are Here. So Are Driverless Car Accidents.

Posted on August 18, 2019

For the last several years, fully autonomous automobiles have been the Holy Grail of the automotive industry. And it’s not just car manufacturers who have wanted to see self-driving cars populate the streets. Rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft have also had a stake in this exciting new development. Now at last, self-driving automobiles are […]

6 Things to Remember About Lyft Accidents

Posted on July 16, 2019

What should rideshare passengers know about Uber accidents and Lyft accidents? What steps should you take if you are injured in one? And at what point should you call a rideshare accident lawyer? Read the latest I Accident Lawyer post to find out these answers and more. Rideshare services are now fairly ubiquitous; where Uber […]

Hiring a Car Accident Lawyer in Los Angeles

Posted on December 8, 2017

Hiring a Car Accident Lawyer in Los Angeles

Every time you get behind the wheel of a car—or for that matter, climb onto a motorcycle—you’re taking a risk. The risk, of course, is that you’ll be involved in some kind of a highway accident. Unfortunately, this risk is not completely avoidable. Even if you are the safest driver in the world, and take […]

National Independent Automobile Dealers Association

Posted on June 18, 2016

The main arm for the representation of used vehicle dealers is the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association. The name of the organization was changed in 1955 from the National Used Car Dealers Association. Originally it had its headquarters in Chicago, Illinois. It then moved to Detroit, MI. Then it moved to Raleigh, N.C. in 1975. […]

IBT Employee Sues Company

Posted on June 17, 2016

Eddie Osoy alleged that he was illegally fired last week by International Bridge Transport, an offshoot of the Cosco Group which is Chinese owned. It is a port trucking company operating from the Los Angeles-Long Beach Port Complex. Mr. Osoy is married and is father to three children. He and his co-workers planned a strike […]

Inadequate EIR for Southern California International Gateway Railway

Posted on April 30, 2016

The Contra Costa County Superior Court found today that the environmental impact report or EIR on the Southern California International Gateway railway or SCIG was inadequate and ordered the Port of Los Angeles to issue a new report. Issues were concerning air quality, greenhouse gas emissions, noise, and traffic impacts. Another issue was that the […]

Big Three has Great Sales Gains in March

Posted on April 6, 2016

Driver Flees After Causing Crash, Injuring Passenger.

04/01/2016 US Auto Sales for the Big Three had its greatest gain in more than a decade in March. All three companies had gains. GM sales to consumers increased by six percent. These numbers indicate that the automotive market is still strong in spite of reports to the contrary. These numbers portray a continued strong […]

Super Star in the Racing Sport

Posted on April 6, 2016

Roger Penske has spent 50 years in the racing sport. He is a team owner and giant in his field. Penske built the Auto Club speedway. It will host the Auto Club 400 this Sunday. Penske is hoping to have a winner between his two Cup drivers. The NASCAR Race is to be held this […]

Military Pay Allotment

Posted on March 9, 2016

Both the House and the Senate have reported back regarding the military pay allotment. The language used by the House in its report will be treated as an order to DOD. There is the possibility of changing the language to legislative language in the months to come. Members are to report any negative experiences associated […]

Report to Congress: “Electronic Systems Performance in Vehicles”

Posted on February 25, 2016

12/2015 I. Introduction A new bill, the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) was signed into law by the President in July of 2012. The bill provides for Federal funding for transportation projects. The section entitled “Electronic Systems Performances explains that (a) General-An examination for safety needs shall be completed before […]

Platform Lift Systems

Posted on February 20, 2016

11/27/2002 Executive Summary The American Disabilities Act, signed into effect by the President on July 26, 1990, states that new or used public transportation vehicles be wheel chair accessible. The Act says that the Secretary of Transportation must promote regulations to that extent for public transportation system vehicles. The NHTSA was to establish regulations for […]

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