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Ride Sharing Accidents: Convenient but Not Safe

by November 2, 2017 » Add the first comment.

In the last few years, the rate of ride sharing accident have tripled with the popularity. Unlike the traditional cab, many passengers who rely on ride sharing apps are unaware of the legal conundrum surrounding ride sharing accidents.  The reality is that ride sharing and hailing apps have become part Read more »

Is a Personal Injury Attorney Necessary?

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Almost everyone who has been involved in an accident has asked this question before and the answer must be provided to them. You may be thinking it is too much of an expense to hire a lawyer after all the lost wages at work. You should know that negotiating a Read more »

Halloween 2016 Safety Tips for Children & Parents

by September 22, 2016 » Add the first comment.

With Halloween just around the corner, households need to brush up on how to keep homes, families, and children safe during the holiday. While haunted houses, trick-or-treating, and costume parties are all part of the fun, it is important to engage in these activities safely. #1. Teach Pedestrian Safety Read more »

Is Hands-Free Phone Use Really That Safe? Avoiding Car Accidents

by September 21, 2016 » Add the first comment.

When California joined several other states in adopting cell phone laws while driving, lawmakers maintained that using a hands-free device was acceptable. As long as drivers are over the age of 18, they can legally use a hands-free device while behind the wheel in the Golden State. While this legislation Read more »

How Do California’s “Percentage of Fault” Laws Apply to Motorcycle Accidents?

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Motorcyclists have the same rights and responsibilities on the roadway as motor vehicle drivers. However, in California, some laws differ for motorcycles versus passenger vehicles. The law recognizes that motorcycles are smaller and more maneuverable and allow motorcyclists to drive in ways motorists cannot, such as lane sharing and lane Read more »

Unsafe Construction Site Practices and Tips for How to Fix Them

by August 26, 2016 » Add the first comment.

The construction industry has a reputation for danger—and rightly so. Construction workers spend time in hazardous environments on a daily basis. In the United States, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) oversees the federal safety requirements in the construction industry. According to its general information, the fatal injury rate Read more »

How to Handle a Slip and Fall Injury Incident

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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 »

The History of Train Accidents in Los Angeles & Train Accident Safety Tips

by July 21, 2016 » Add the first comment.

Trains have been proven to be a good method of public transportation in Los Angeles, and a statistically safer mode of travel than automobiles. However, when train accidents do occur, they have the potential to injure and kill a large number of people. In L.A., we’ve enjoyed a relatively safe Read more »

6 Tips on How to Share the Road With Truck Drivers: Help Reduce Truck Accidents

by July 20, 2016 » Add the first comment.

Commercial trucks, like the common 18-wheelers on the road, are much larger than passenger vehicles. They require more time and space to speed up and slow down. They also have more blind spots than other vehicles. The California freeways see some heavy commercial truck traffic, and truck accident incidents are Read more »

Rush Hour Driving Tips: Avoiding Car Accidents in Los Angeles

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If you’ve ever driven in Los Angeles, you understand why our city consistently ranks highly for some of the worst traffic in the country. Rush hour can last for hours, and regular drivers here may wait 81 hours each year sitting in their cars while traffic is at a standstill. Read more »


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