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Aging Infrastructure Puts American Drivers at Risk

The poor condition of roads and bridges can lead to car accidents Each year, the American Society of Civil Engineers releases an Infrastructure Report Card evaluating the state of roads, bridges and other vital components of our nation’s infrastructure. The most recent report was pretty dismal, for California and for the United States as a…
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Jury Awards $900,000 to Injured Restaurant Worker

Server wins jury trial after a trip and fall accident at work Injured at work? Workers’ comp may not be your only recourse, as a recently decided jury trial from the Los Angeles Superior Court clearly shows. The case involved a 59-year-old restaurant server named Cynthia Forgays who was injured while working at Spago restaurant…
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When Are Owners Not Liable for Dog Bites?

Learn about 3 common defenses to dog bite injury claims Despite their reputation as “man’s best friend,” dogs are still animals with animal instincts. Even the most well-behaved dog could bite, potentially causing serious injuries. In many states, owners can escape liability for dog bite injuries by claiming that they were not aware that the…
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New OSHA Guidelines Could Prevent Falls at Work

If implemented, new safety standards could prevent up to 5,000 workplace injuries per year A year ago, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released new guidelines designed to help prevent slip and fall accidents and other common types of falls at work. According to OSHA, implementation of the new guidelines would affect nearly 115…
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Who is Liable for Scaffolding Injuries?

Learn about the parties who commonly end up providing compensation for scaffolding accidents Many construction and renovation projects require scaffolding to help workers reach different parts of the building. Unfortunately, working on scaffolding can be dangerous. The Occupational Health and Safety Administration has set up detailed safety regulations to help prevent accidents, but nonetheless 54…
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What Can I Do If I Am Bitten By A Friend’s Dog?

Dog bites and scary and can lead to serious injuries.  Here is what you need to know if a friend or family member’s dog bites you. A dog is man’s best friend…until he isn’t. Most people love dogs and many of us are thrilled to spend time with our friends’ furry companions. But if that…
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Injured by a Driver Using a Cell Phone?

Learn about the key steps to take after a car accident caused by a distracted driver Distracted driving is a huge problem in America. According to the CDC, distracted driving causes nine deaths and more than a thousand injuries each day. The most common cause of distracted driving accidents is cell phone use. This problem…
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Don’t Skimp on Medical Care After an Accident

How you handle your medical care can have a big impact on your personal injury compensation. The decisions you make regarding your medical care can have a big impact on your ability to secure full and fair compensation for personal injuries. Don’t skimp on your care! Instead, follow these tips. See a Doctor Promptly If…
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Personal Injury Accidents on an Airplane

Learn when airlines may be liable for on-board injuries Air travel offers the potential to go anywhere in the world in a matter of hours, making it extremely convenient. However, it also comes with numerous little indignities, such as getting patted down in security lines or being wedged like sardines into coach class seats. In…
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What Happens When Trucks Fail to Yield

If a big rig fails to yield, it could result in a catastrophic truck accident. Yield signs are a common feature on roads and highways across the United States, including here in Southern California. A yield sign does not give you right of way. Instead it is closer to a stop sign, in that the…
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