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How to Handle a Slip and Fall Injury Incident

by August 26, 2016 » Add the first comment.

Slip and fall accidents don’t always cause injuries, but those that do are often serious. An incident in a store, restaurant, or other public venue can cause head or brain injuries, serious fractures, burns, or deep lacerations. If your injury requires medical care, knowing how to handle the aftermath will Read more »

How Do I Avoid Personal Injury at a Political Rally?

by May 20, 2016 » Add the first comment.

How Do I Avoid Personal Injury at a Political Rally? The 2016 presidential campaign has recently brought instances of political rally violence into the purview of the public. While political clashes were once commonly associated with major political campaigns, they have been rare in recent years. This year’s campaign is Read more »

If a Tree Falls on My Car, is the City Liable for the Damages?

by February 21, 2016 » Add the first comment.

Property owners and landlords have dozens of responsibilities, and keeping guests and tenants safe is a top priority. This includes correcting issues occupants may run into on public property, like a spill or a faulty railing at city hall. These professionals are accountable for certain damages that occur on their Read more »

Use Caution with These 8 Dangerous Garage Tools

by October 28, 2015 » Add the first comment.

The garage is probably one of the last places you expect to have an accident, but accidents happen in the home more than anywhere else. If you routinely work in your garage, a shed, or a workshop, take a second look at these potentially dangerous tools before you start working. Read more »

5 Recent Six Flags Magic Mountain Accidents and Notable Injuries

by October 20, 2015 » Add the first comment.

Six Flags Magic Mountain is a fantastic place for people who love rollercoasters and other amusement park rides. Unfortunately, Six Flags parks also have a high rate of accidents and injuries. Some accidents happen because individuals do not listen to theme park staff guidelines and instructions. Others are the result Read more »

The 7 Most Serious Amusement Park Accidents

by October 19, 2015 » Add the first comment.

There is always an inherent risk involved in visiting an amusement park. People behaving recklessly, equipment malfunctioning, and heat-related injuries are all possibilities when you head to Six Flags, Disney, or another popular amusement park. Here are the seven worst accidents in the history of amusement parks: One Read more »

Watch Out for These 5 Most Dangerous Freeways and Highways

by October 5, 2015 » Add the first comment.

Driving on a freeway or highway comes with its own set of concerns. Speed tends to make any accidents on these thoroughfares more devastating, and victims are more likely to suffer from fatal injuries in these accidents. Of all the dangerous freeways and highways in America, several stretch through California. Read more »

Unlicensed Drivers in Los Angeles – Recent Bill May Change Liability Issues

by March 4, 2015 » Add the first comment.

In California, like all other states, driving without a license is a criminal offense punishable by law. However, unlike in other states, unlicensed drivers continue to be one of the biggest problems California faces, and legislation continues to look for ways to fight back. An article from the LA Times Read more »

CTE May Not Affect Just Athletes

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What Is CTE and Who is at Risk? First recognized in 1928, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) was then called “punch drunk syndrome,” referring to the peculiar way seasoned boxers acted after years of taking punches. CTE is a degenerative disease acquired from repeated trauma to the brain. It causes progressive Read more »

Bicyclist Dooring – How Cyclists and Motorists Can Prevent One of the Most Common Bicycle Accidents

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Bicyclist “dooring,” when a parked driver unknowingly opens a door in a cyclist’s path, is one of the most common causes of bicycle accidents. In the U.S, dooring is a long standing problem, the severity of which is only now coming to light. In 2011, a Chicago study reported that Read more »

When Heavy Lifting Has Heavy Consequences

by September 25, 2013 » Add the first comment.

Some philosopher once said, “We all live on the edge of a precipice. It is the responsibility of each one of us not to fall in.”  Unfortunately, the thing about philosophers is that they say brilliant things without giving much detail, and then move on to contemplate larger issues leaving Read more »

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