When you get behind the wheel in California, you’re surrounded by many beautiful environments, including mountains, beaches, and deserts. Life feels good, and it’s easy to get lost in disbelief that such a paradise exists. However, there are many types of drivers about when you’re traveling the roads, and, quite frankly, some are just not paying attention. Using the national highway system in the Los Angeles metro, which includes Interstates 5, 10, and 15, means you could be stuck hours in traffic and risking your life due to the carelessness of other drivers. If you get in a car accident, you could be seriously injured or killed and there could be a devastating effect on your family. It’s important to learn about your rights as a crash victim if you’ve been involved in one of these auto accidents on California’s interstate systemcto determine if you should pursue a personal injury claim against the defendants in your case.
California drivers and tourists who visit throughout the year due to the warm climate and popular Hollywood attractions often expect that all motorists on the Interstates will follow the speed limit, which is typically 70 miles per hour. In a perfect world, drivers are always paying attention because they’re ignoring frequent distractions from their cell phones, passengers and pets traveling in their vehicle, and events happening on the highway. These statistics about driving on our Interstates might surprise you:
Using the Interstate system does not have to claim the lives of you or your loved ones. It’s possible to use these highways for efficient commuting by remembering these safety tips:
For more information about filing a claim for injuries sustained in a California car accident,contact us catcFreeman & Freeman and schedule a free consultation. We help clients in the Los Angeles metro and nearby communities. There is a statute of limitations, which is a time limit on when you can file a lawsuit against the at-fault driver in a car crash case. Typically, you have onlyctwocyearscto pursue a claim for injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident. Damages can include medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. We will determine if our dedicated legal team can aggressively pursue your rights under the law.