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How Rolling Stops Can Lead to Pedestrian Accidents

Come to a complete stop at red lights and stop signs to avoid hitting pedestrians. At some point, most drivers have done it, whether on purpose or by accident: failed to come to a complete stop at a stop sign or at a red light. Known as rolling stops, this type of stop can be…
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When Should I Hire a Personal Injury Attorney?

Consider a number of factors before deciding to hire a lawyer. If you have been hurt in any type of an accident, you may be wondering what your next step should be. It may be your first experience with the insurance claim process, and you may be feeling overwhelmed by it — adjusters may be…
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Recovering for Your Injuries as an Undocumented Immigrant

California law now forbids evidence of immigration status in wrongful death and personal cases. On January 1, 2017, the California legal system became more fair for undocumented immigrants who have been injured or killed through the negligence of another person. That is when a new law forbidding the introduction of evidence of immigration status went…
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Do Bike Share Programs Increase the Risk of Bike Accidents?

Renting a bike for an hour or two is a great way to see the city or get exercise — but it may lead to accidents. Across the nation, bike sharing programs have become incredibly popular. The specifics vary from city to city but the basic format is the same: bikes are available for free…
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Exploding Headphones Cause Injuries Aboard a Flight

Thermal runaway caused the explosion. On a recent international flight from Beijing, China to Melbourne, Australia, a woman was injured by an unlikely source — her own headphones. She fell asleep while listening to music, and as she slept, her battery-powered headphones exploded. The resulting fire burned her hair, face, neck and hands. The flight…
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Will Class Action Lawsuits Be Limited Under the New Administration?

Class action lawsuits are a method for large group of injured people to prove that a company is responsible for their damages. Earlier this year, a bill titled the Fairness in Class Action Litigation of 2017 bill was introduced in the United States House of Representatives. This bill may seem harmless on its face, but…
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The Risks and Rewards of Motorcycle Riding

Motorcyclists are significantly more likely to be fatally injured than drivers. There is nothing quite like riding a motorcycle, particularly if you are lucky enough to live in California or Arizona.  The miles of open road, the beautiful weather, the gorgeous scenery and the sheer joy of being a motorcycle can’t be beat.  But while…
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Being Conscious of Bicycles on the Road

Bike lanes are reserved for bicyclists — not cars. When it comes to driving, many of us would probably like to think that might makes right.  But the rules of the road are a bit more complex than that — and require us to do a bit more sharing. This is particularly true when it…
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Protect Your Loved Ones from Dogs Bites

Even the most loving dog can bite if provoked.  Here are some steps you can take to prevent a dog bite. Across the country, nearly half of all American households have dogs.  Our four-legged companions provide love, companionship, security and more.  But while man’s best friend can be a huge source of comfort and even…
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Is Driving at Night More Risky?

Stay safe while behind the wheel at night. For most people, driving at night is an unavoidable part of life.  Whether you work a night shift, have to pick up your kids or just want to enjoy a night out with friends or loved ones, there will be times when you have to drive at…
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