California (particularly in Southern California and San Diego County) gets many tourists visiting each year and many of these tourists rent "rental cars" while they are visiting. Usually, a rental car motorist is in a city he or she is not familiar, and in a state with traffic laws which may be different from what he or she is accustomed to compared to back home. Also, don't forget, the rental car itself is foreign to the driver too. Unfortunately, issues involving rental car accidents still happen, and the world of car rentals is not sometimes a "perfect world." I have handled many car accidents where the at-fault party was one that was renting a vehicle, and I have handled some other auto accidents where the injured party was injured by a person in a rented vehicle or car. I have had to navigate legal issues of whether or not the at-fault rental vehicle party was properly insured on their own or through the car rental agency where the car was rented. San Diego rental car accident lawyer and Best-Selling legal author Mark Blane discusses his experience level in these types of injury accidents. He has been practicing injury law in downtown San Diego California since 1999. See how he can help you make an informed decision about your rental car injury claim. Whether your rental car accident has property damage only or both property damage and bodily injury, give him a call to learn details you need to be aware of now so you can make an informed decision on your rental car accident or injury case at (619) 813-7955.