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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

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

Truck Accidents on Freeways

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In an era where road crashes are expected to become the fifth most common cause of death in the United States by 2030, you may find yourself wondering “how many of those deaths are attributed to incidents with semis and … 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

History of Wrongful Death Cases in San Bernardino

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Whenever a person dies before their time – either due to the negligence of another person, the misconduct of a third party or even something like murder – the situation is referred to in a court of law as a … Continue reading

New 2018 Car Accident Stats Paint a Grim Picture in San Bernardino County and Beyond

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According to the Association for Safe International Road Travel, roughly 37,000 people die in car accidents on the roads in the United States each year. In addition to that, another 2.35 million people are either injured or seriously disabled. Of … Continue reading