Get back into the swing of things: Driving, accidents and what to do if you’re in one

Andrew Zucker
Andrew Zucker, Attorney at Law, The Zucker Law Firm
Andrew ZuckerAttorney at LawThe Zucker Law FirmSpecial to Valley NewsFor many people, the past few months have felt like people’s lives have been turned upside down. They barely recall the days stuck in traffic, sitting at red lights, hours spent day and night in cars heading to work, school or errands. On the other hand, people are more aware of that routine than ever as restrictions lift, and they get back out into the world. While society reimagines “the new normal,” one thing they can’t avoid is their commute.California has some of the most prominent commuter cities in the United States, and cars are the primary mode of transportation. The more people drive, the higher the risk of accident or injury. Alongside the usual worries, add in the fact people are no
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