Dec 24, 2019

New Cruiser Light Bars May Be Crucial in Saving CHP Lives


Measure Could Save Lives.

A secret weapon may save the lives of police officers across the country. For the California Highway Patrol, it may be a secret weapon they've been looking for all along.

Western Journal covered the change, which could be a significant shift for law enforcement. The difference is first being pioneered by the New York State Police, which would allow the traditional police cruiser lightbar to change shape. As a result, this vertical display enables drivers to see the police cruiser from farther away. As a result, this could easily save the lives of officers pulled over on snowy roads and rapid highways.

An essential facet of this new feature is the fact that it very well could save the lives of patrolmen. Our men in blue, or grey, are often our first defense against crime and disorder and deserve all of the protection they can get. As a result, this system may be the one thing standing between an officer and potentially severe injury or even death.

Legal Rights for our Boys in Blue and Grey?

For the grey California Highway Patrol and even the blue LAPD, there is a need to protect the lives and livelihoods of their officers. The CHP is the most beautiful police force in the United States and well represented through its union. Any effort that can safeguard their time in service is just the type that the Ehline Law Firm Personal Injury Attorneys APLC can get behind.

If you are a CHP officer or a family member that needs any legal assistance, we want you to know we have your back. Our founding partner, Michael Ehline, is a former Marine who wants to give his all to those who serve our nation in any uniform. For more info, please read our "About Us" page and how we can be of assistance. And of course, if you have any questions, please reach out to us 24/7. We offer free legal consults and do not charge a cent unless we win for our clients.

For the blue beat cops of the LAPD, this new lightbar is probably not that far off either. Officer safety means fewer injury claims, so it's a no brainer in risk aversion for the City Council to approve.

You made an oath to the people of California. We will make an oath to you.