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The Rosenstein Law Offices operates a full service law firm in the State of California, County of Los Angeles, that is dedicated/committed to providing superior and personalized legal services to all of its clients in the most expeditious manner possible. We, as Southern California Lawyers & Los Angeles Lawyers, strive to provide the same high quality of legal services from qualified lawyers, lawyer, attorneys and attorney to all of our clients whether they are one individual, a homeowner's association (HOA) or a large corporation. The hourly fees charged by the Rosenstein Law Offices are highly competitive in the legal industry. Moreover, in many California & Los Angeles, California accident cases, the Rosenstein Law Offices is even willing to handle first-party insurance claims, uninsured or underinsured motorist claims, fire damage claims, earthquake claims, los angeles area personal injury claims, automobile accident claims, car or auto accident claims, truck accident claims, big rig or 18 wheeler accident claims, bus and train accident claims, pedestrian accident claims, dog bite injury claims, wrongful death claims, motorcycle accident claims, amusement park accident claims, Los Angeles, California personal injury accidents and other legal matters on a CONTINGENCY FEE basis (pay attorney fees or lawyer fees only if you win) for the benefit of its clients.
The attorneys and lawyers at the Rosenstein Law Offices have competently and successfully handled a large variety of legal matters throughout the State of California and throughout Los Angeles County. The type of claims/cases handled by the California attorneys, California lawyers and Los Angeles Accident Lawyers at the Rosenstein Law Offices ranges from los angeles car accident and los angeles auto accident claims to truck accident and big rig (18 wheeler) accident claims to bus and train accident claims to motorcycle and bicycle accident claims to pedestrian accident claims to dog bite claims to amusement park accident claims to catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death claims to first-party insurance claims (EARTHQUAKE, fire claims, smoke damage claims, theft, uninsured or underinsured motorist claims, etc.) to legal & medical malpractice actions to insurance bad faith litigation to high profile disputes/transactions between multinational corporations. We also are named as corporate counsel and perform legal services for many California or Los Angeles County condominium (condo) homeowner's associations (HOA) and nationwide companies. In addition, we have been retained on numerous occasions by other Los Angeles Accident Lawyers, California Attorneys, California Lawyers, California Law Firms and out-of-state attorneys to handle complex legal motions, appellate briefs, pleadings and entire personal injury accident matters in all Courts in the State of California.
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Motor-vehicle collisions are damaging events involving road traffic, particularly automobiles. They can cause damage to vehicles, people or structures. Motor-vehicle collisions — also called traffic collisions, auto accidents, road accidents, car accidents, personal injury collisions and motor vehicle acccidents — kill an estimated 1.2 million people worldwide each year, and injure about forty times this number.
Car collisions often carry legal consequences in proportion to the severity of the accident. Nearly all common law jurisdictions impose some kind of requirement that parties involved in a collision (even with only stationary property) must stop at the scene, and exchange insurance or identification information or summon the police. Failing to obey this requirement is referred to as hit and run and is generally a criminal offence. Most car claims are settled without using an attorney.
Parties involved in an accident may face criminal liability, civil liability, or both. Usually, the state starts a prosecution only if someone is severely injured or killed, or if one of the drivers involved was clearly grossly negligent or intoxicated or otherwise impaired at the time the accident occurred. Charges might include driving under the influence of alcohol, assault with a deadly weapon, manslaughter, or murder; penalties range from fines to jail time to prison time to death (although the death penalty is not applicable in many jurisdictions). It is notable that the penalties for killing and injuring with motor vehicles are often very much less than for other actions with similar outcomes.
As for civil liability, automobile accident personal injury lawsuits have become the most common type of tort. Because these cases have been litigated often in the developed First World nations, the legal questions usually have been answered in prior judgments. So, the courts most usually decide solely the factual questions of who is at fault, and how much they (or their insurer) must pay out in damages to the injured plaintiff.
Another element of liability involves the administrative fines or license suspension/revocation that may be imposed by civil or criminal authorities when a driver has violated the rules of the road and thus the terms of a driver's license. Such complaint may be filed by a police officer or sometimes by other witnesses of an incident.
There is some debate about the appropriateness of the word accident in the context of motor vehicle collisions, which generally result from carelessness or sometimes dangerous driving rather than from circumstances beyond the control of any of those involved. Some road traffic safety authorities have started using alternative expressions such as car crashes, car wrecks, collisions or incidents to emphasise that many (possibly most) collisions are entirely avoidable; for example, the official UK statistics which were known as Road Accidents Great Britain (RAGB) are now known as Road Casualties Great Britain. Further, in some areas (e.g. Victoria, Australia), authorities are considering counting single-vehicle single-occupant road traffic crash fatalities in that state's suicide statistics as well as in road toll statistics.
It is thought that as many as nine out of ten injury collisions are the result of driver negligence.
Car makers have been both accused of making cars that go too fast, and praised for the safety measures (such as ABS) found in new models.
A number of books have critically analysed the responsibility of car makers for safety. The most famous is probably Ralph Nader's Unsafe At Any Speed: The Designed-In Dangers of the American Automobile, and more recently Keith Bradsher's High and Mighty: the dangerous rise of SUVs (in Europe subtitled the world's most dangerous vehicles and how they got that way) has discussed popular concerns with the rise in popularity of the SUV.
Road toll figures show that car collision fatalities have declined since 1980, with most countries showing a reduction of roughly 50%. This drop appears to confirm the efficacy of safety measures introduced thereafter, assuming that driver behaviour has not changed significantly.
In the United States, fatalities have increased slightly from 40,716 in 1994 to 42,643 in 2003. Several explanations for this disappointing outcome have been proposed:
The number of cars is increasing, leading to more congested traffic. This argument is disputed—for example, the road toll in Australia is only about half that of the UK, despite the latter country's more than threefold size of population in an area 1/30th of the size.
A safer car increases the perceived safety level, inducing the driver to go at higher speeds—in fact there is strong evidence to suggest that every safety advantage conferred by technology is eroded by modified driver behaviour.
Some types of cars may be inherently less safe (see for example the SUV)
More in-car tech toys exist today. These can distract the driver from the road. These include: cell phones, TVs, pagers, portable CD and DVD players, laptop computers, electronic games, computer games, GPS navigators, camcorders, radar detectors, and others.
Whatever the reason, it has been noted that road fatality trends closely follow the so-called "Smeed's law" (after RJ Smeed, its author), an empirical rule relating injury rates to the two-thirds power of car ownership levels. Others claim that road safety improvements, not Smeed's law, are the dominant cause of lives saved.
Car accidents fall into several major categories (whose names are self-explanatory):
Level crossing accidents
Collisions can occur with other automobiles, other vehicles such as bicycles or trucks, with pedestrians or large animals (such as deer), and with stationary structures or objects, such as trees or road signs.