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How Much Compensation Can You Recover for Loss of Limb After a Car Accident?

Losing a limb is a life-changing experience, even with so many new advancements in modern medicine and prosthetics. An artificial limb will never grant the same mobility you were born with. Though there is no legal remedy that can undo the suffering you have endured, you may be entitled to compensation for loss of limb.  If you were injured...

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How to Prove a Car Accident Was Caused By Distracted Driving in California

Distracted driving has always been a danger on the road. In 2020, distracted driving claimed the lives of 3,142 people. However, distracted driving has never been as prevalent as it is today. While cell phones and dashboard technology are convenient, they also increase opportunities for distractions and collisions.  Every phone call, text message, GPS instruction, and music playlist change...

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What Happens If There Is No Police Report for a Car Accident in California?

You were in a minor car accident. No police report was filed. What happens? Now, most people report accidents to the police. And most reported accidents result in a police officer’s visit to the scene. However, sometimes the police fail to respond, or people neglect to report the accident when they think it’s only a fender bender. Because California...

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Common Types of Knee Injuries from Car Accidents in California?

Knee injuries are excruciating. While knee injuries caused by sports injuries and slip-and-fall accidents don’t surprise us, most of us aren’t as familiar with these injuries caused by car accidents. But they are some of the most common injuries after a car wreck. And they can range from minor swelling to sprains, dislocations, ligament tears, and knee fractures. Unfortunately,...

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What Are the Top 10 Most Dangerous Vehicles in America?

According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 38,000 people in the U.S. died in car accidents in 2020. In California, the number tops 3,558 — five times the national average. Driver error causes the majority of these car accidents. However, the type of car a person drives is often responsible for whether they...

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Average Settlement for Broken Leg After a Car Accident

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported economic costs of $65,815 for a moderate crash injury to the lower extremity, including a broken leg. With a severe injury, the costs increase to $406,593. If you’re searching for the average settlement for a broken leg, the personal injury attorneys at Wells Call Injury Attorneys can help. Contact us today to...

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Injured in an Uber/Lyft Accident in California Overview

With more riders depending on rideshare options to get around, the number of vehicle crashes involving Uber and Lyft has increased. For this reason, it is essential to know what to do if you are in a Lyft or Uber accident in California. In this article, the experienced personal injury attorneys at Wells Call Injury Lawyers will go over...

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Average Settlements for Shoulder Injuries After a Car Accident in California

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), approximately 5,250,837 police-reported car accidents occurred throughout the United States in 2020 alone. NHTSA also reported that approximately 2,282,015 suffered injuries in these accidents.  If you suffered injuries in a car accident, you are not alone. In fact, every single day in 2020, an average of 6,235 people suffered injuries...

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Can I Sue for an Impaction Fracture in a Car Accident?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) completed a 2020 traffic report that showed approximately 5,250,837 police-reported accidents throughout the U.S. during the year. In these accidents, approximately 2,282,015 people suffered injuries. This might seem like a large number of injuries and that is because it is. For each day in 2020, approximately 6,235 people suffered injuries in a...

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