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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

Financial and Emotional Compensation for Wrongful Death in San Bernardino County

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If you or a loved one has been affected by a wrongful death situation in San Bernardino County and the surrounding areas, it’s always important for you to understand all options available to you from a legal perspective. Many people … Continue reading

Wrongful Death Lawsuit In San Bernardino

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If you’ve lost a loved one due to someone else’s negligence, a wrongful death lawsuit can help give you closure and provide the financial support you’ll need to go on with your life. As a surviving family member, you can file the … Continue reading

Wrongful Death Attorney In San Bernardino County

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Dealing with the loss of a family member or loved one is hard enough; realizing that loss was caused by someone else’s negligence makes things even worse. While a wrongful death attorney can’t bring your loved one back, they can … Continue reading

Holiday Travel on San Bernardino Highways

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During the holiday season there is a significant increase in traffic across the country. People are taking a break from their busy lives to focus on what truly matters most: family. They’re traveling far and wide to see their loved … Continue reading

Halloween Safety and Pedestrian Accidents

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Many people don’t realize that one of the most important tips for “Halloween safety” is taking precaution before crossing the street. According to SafeKids.org, children in particular are TWICE as likely to get hit and killed by a car on … Continue reading

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