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Auburn Area Sees Maximum Holiday Enforcement

An estimated 5 million Americans traveled by car during Thanksgiving weekend and so many drivers on the road typically means a higher risk of auto accidents. As a way to handle major traffic spikes over the holiday weekend, Auburn area California Highway Patrol (CHP) instituted a maximum enforcement period. According to officials, the special enforcement operation began on November 21, 2018, and continued until midnight on Sunday, November 25, 2018. During the enforcement period, a dramatically increased number of patrol officers in the Auburn area and across the state were put on duty. CHP indicated that the goal of the enforcement period was to look out for dangerous driving behaviors in hopes of preventing serious or deadly car accidents.

Auburn Area Crash Hospitalizes Two

Auburn Area Crash Hospitalizes Two

Auburn Area Crash Hospitalizes Two – The California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported that a one-vehicle collision that occurred north of Auburn on Thursday, October 4, 2018, left two people with injuries. Officers stated that the collision took place shortly after it had rained, noting that the roadway had been slick at the accident scene. So far, no updates regarding the condition of either injured vehicle occupant have been released by hospital staff. Additionally, CHP investigators stated that they are currently working to determine the factors that led to this traumatic accident.

Auburn Area Crash Seriously Injures Motorcyclist

Auburn Area Crash Seriously Injures Motorcyclist

Auburn Area Crash Seriously Injures Motorcyclist – Local officials have reported that an injury accident occurred north of Auburn on Sunday, August 26, 2018. California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers stated that the accident involved two vehicles, a motorcycle, and a Jeep. According to reports, the motorcyclist was seriously injured in the collision and tragically lost one of his legs as a result of his injuries. The motorcyclist remained in the hospital as of Wednesday, August 29, 2018, and was identified by CHP as a 36-year-old man from the city of Rocklin. Officers stated that no other individuals received injuries as a result of the traumatic collision.

Auburn CA Community Events

Auburn CA Community Events

I’m Ed Smith, an Auburn Personal Injury Lawyer. Summer is a beautiful time of the year where happiness and adventure become contagious, but the clock is ticking and the season is coming to a near end. Now is the time where locals and travelers alike are all planning their last-minute getaways and activities that can be crammed in before summer is over. If you are unsure how to spend the rest of your summer, continue reading below to find an upcoming Auburn community event that sparks your interest.

Motorcycle Accidents in Auburn
Motorcycle Accidents in Auburn

I’m Ed Smith, an Auburn personal injury lawyer. According to information published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), an average of over 5,000 fatal motorcycle accidents take place on U.S. roadways every year. Additionally, NHTSA reports that motorcyclists are around 27 times more likely to be fatally injured in an auto accident than people driving or riding in passenger vehicles. While usually a quiet town, Auburn is no exception and sees multiple traumatic motorcycle accidents annually. However, area residents can avoid being involved in a motorcycle collision by learning about how, where, and when motorcycle crashes take place in their city.

What to Do After a Hit-and-Run
What to Do After a Hit-and-Run

I’m Ed Smith, an Auburn personal injury lawyer. Hit-and-run crashes are illegal in California and those who drive away from car accidents can face serious legal consequences. The frequency of hit-and-run accidents has grown significantly over the last ten years, and these accident have left many people in California with serious, and even fatal, injuries. Hit-and-runs are common and everybody has some risk of being involved in one when they make use of California roads. Because of this, knowing what to do after a hit-and-run crash is important. Taking the right actions after being involved in a hit-and-run can significantly increase your chances of finding the missing driving driver and holding them responsible for the damage they have caused.

Auburn Auto Accident Injury Statistics

Auburn Auto Accident Injury Statistics

I’m Ed Smith, an Auburn personal injury lawyer. Auburn is a charming city that sits right at the edge of the Sierra Nevadas, offering residents easy access to both the bustling hub of Sacramento and the striking natural beauty of the mountains. However, despite being beautiful, Auburn is also on a major interstate highway between two very popular destinations and can sometimes see heavy traffic. With traffic, unfortunately, comes the potential for accidents that leave people with severe and potentially life-changing injuries. The following blog contains useful information about injury auto accidents in Auburn that residents can use to understand how, where, and when serious collisions happen in their city. The information is taken from studies by UC Berkeley researchers published earlier this year.

Dangerous Auburn Intersections

Dangerous Auburn Intersections

I’m Ed Smith, an Auburn personal injury lawyer. Auburn is a historic Northern California city with a population of around 13,300 people. As part of the Greater Sacramento area and seat of the Placer County government, Auburn sees a fair amount of vehicle traffic despite being a smaller city. As with anywhere with traffic, accidents do happen in Auburn. Sadly, these crashes often leave people with serious injuries. However, by understanding what causes collisions, drivers can reduce their chances of being hurt in a wreck. While accidents happen for many different reasons, an important factor in many crashes is that they occur at intersections.

Rural Auburn Crash Fatality

I’m Ed Smith, an Auburn personal injury lawyer. A local man recently suffered fatal injuries as the result of being involved in an Auburn-area car accident. Officials reported the crash right after it happened on Thursday, May 3, 2018. California Highway Patrol (CHP) said the crash occurred on a rural road to the Northeast of Auburn and that only one car was found at the accident site. Placer County officials publicly reported the identity of the individual the following day, Friday, May 4, 2018, after his family was notified about the tragic crash. The fatally injured man was reported to be John M. Muhr, a 62-year-old of the nearby community of Newcastle.

Auburn Crash Injures Two

Auburn Crash Injures Two

I’m Ed Smith, an Auburn personal injury lawyer. A crash that happened on Monday, April 23, 2018, left at least two people with injuries. The individuals were taken to a local hospital for treatment after the accident that took place near Placer High. Auburn Police Department (APD) officers say that they are investigating what caused this injury accident , but have not yet found out the cause. The crash occurred at around 2:00 p.m. on High Street near the Oakwood Drive intersection. Police noted that the accident sent a car over the Oakwood Drive sidewalk and through a nearby chain-link wire fence. The vehicle then traveled around 15 feet down an embankment before finally stopping in a parking lot of the Taco Tree restaurant. Photos taken at the accident scene show that the vehicle was a small, red, four-door sedan. Images also show that the car received significant damage to its front driver’s side during the crash. No further info about how the accident was caused has been reported so far by APD.