Category Archives: Personal Injury

Harshbarger Law – Motorcycle Accidents

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According to the Insurance Information Institute, there were approximately 8.4 million motorcycles on the road in the United States in 2014. During that same year, approximately 4,586 people died in motorcycle accidents and another 92,000 were injured. This means that for … Continue reading

Do YOU Know What to Do If You’re in a Bicycle Accident?

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One would think that it should be easy for motorists to both see and avoid cyclists on the road, unfortunately that is not the case. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cyclists are actually at a higher risk … Continue reading

Semi-Truck Accidents: 10 Tips to Avoid

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They tower over commuter cars on the freeways and surface streets often moving along at 65 miles per hour. These hulking behemoths are the workhorses of our economy and transport goods between businesses and railway or shipping yards. A semi-truck … Continue reading

Drunk Driving Accidents and Personal Injury Law: Important Factors to Know About

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If you had to make a list of some of the situations that are unfortunately common in the United States, drunk driving would undoubtedly be right at the top. According to a study conducted by the CDC, 10,265 people died … Continue reading

Car Accidents and Underlying Injuries: What You Need to Know

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At some point in your life, the following scenario is statistically likely to happen to you: you’re in your car, minding your own business and you’re unfortunately the victim of a car accident. In the immediate aftermath, you take care … Continue reading

Premises Liability: What You Need to Know

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Whenever you visit another location – be it a commercial business like a retail store or the private residence of a friend or family member – they have a duty to make sure that you are protected from certain types … Continue reading

Case Law for Pedestrian Accidents in San Bernardino

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According to a recent study conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Association (also referred to as NHTSA), pedestrian accidents are unfortunately a lot more common than you might think. It is estimated that 5,000 pedestrians die in motor vehicle-related … Continue reading

Dog Bite Laws in San Bernardino

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According to recent studies, dog bite incidents are probably a lot more common than you realize. One study estimates that over 316,000 people visit hospital emergency rooms each year as the result of a dog bite, which breaks down to … Continue reading

Personal Injury Truck Accident Lawsuit in San Bernardino County

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According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, personal injury lawsuits involving truck accidents are a lot more common than one might think. In 2015, there were 2,646 deaths of passenger vehicle occupants in crashes involving a large truck in … Continue reading

What Are the Types of Personal Injury Cases in San Bernardino County?

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At its most basic concept, a personal injury case is a specific type of legal action brought about by a person who has been harmed by another person. These are incredibly common in the legal profession not only in San … Continue reading