Category Archives: Personal Injury

Who is Liable for a Dog Attack When the Dog is Loose or Off Leash?

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Even a well-behaved loose dog is a problem, he could be struck by a car or lost — but what happens when that loose dog harms someone? California has strict leash laws that are designed to protect the public from dangerous … Continue reading

Being a Victim in a Drunk Driving Accident From a Legal Perspective

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Every two minutes a person is injured in an auto accident related to alcohol intoxication. These numbers increase significantly at night, on the weekends and especially during the holiday season when people are traveling back and forth to various holiday … Continue reading

What You Need to Know About Being a Victim in a Drunk Driving Accident From a Legal Perspective

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Every two minutes a person is injured in an auto accident related to alcohol intoxication.These numbers increase significantly at night, on the weekends and especially during the holiday season when people are traveling back and forth to various holiday parties … Continue reading

Accidents at Amusement Parks

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Despite the fun characters, lively setting and whirling, twirling rides, theme parks and amusements do pose a hazard to the people who visit them. Each year, thousands of people are injured, and dozens are killed while visiting a theme park. … Continue reading

What You Need to Know About Prop 213

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One moment you’re driving along, minding your own business and you pass through an intersection. Another driver runs their red light and slams right into your car. “I don’t have insurance,” you think to yourself, “but that’s okay. This was … Continue reading

Study Finds Alarming Increase In U.S. Bicycle Accidents

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Bike accidents continue to rise, according to a new study published in the medical journal Injury Prevention. According to this research, both the cost of and the number of bicycle accidents have risen over the past decade. Learning more about … Continue reading

The Most Common Reasons For Motorcycle Accidents and How to Avoid Them

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Motorcycle accidents are unfortunately common, both in San Bernardino and in the United States. But the key to remaining safe on the roads involves understanding as much as you possibly can about why these accidents occur in the first place. … Continue reading

Texting and Driving is a Known Hazard — So Why Can’t We Stop?

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Distracted driving causes accidents every day in the USA, and despite expensive campaigns and initiatives launched to promote awareness of the danger of texting while driving, we still do it. A recent ZenDrive study revealed that drivers used smartphones on almost all trips … Continue reading

Motorcycle Accidents in San Bernardino From a Legal Perspective

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Accidents involving motorcyclists and any other vehicle generally occur due to the lack of attention paid to the motorcyclist by the other driver. Oftentimes, the motorcyclist may have the right of way, but is overlooked due to being less visible … 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