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February 17, 2013


There are two people that negligent injury victims see, that they never thought they would see when they woke up that day. One is a medical doctor of some sort, who will deal with the physical affects of the accident. The other is a lawyer, who will attend to the legal rights and financial rights that may have stemmed out…
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September 4, 2012


Okay –- you've been negligently injured, you've been unable to work, medical bills are draining your bank account and now you want justice. You talk to a personal injury attorney and together you decide to file a lawsuit to best protect your legal and financial rights. Everything is moving right along and now you have one big question: How long…
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August 5, 2012


– information for this article was culled from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – Swimming pools should be fun. Not deadly. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about ten people die from unintentional drowning every day in the United States.  10! Every day!  Drowning ranks fifth among the leading causes of unintentional injury death…
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July 20, 2011

Los Angeles to Amend Dog Bite Laws

California is notoriously one of the toughest states in America with regard to dog bite laws and liability. While most states only hold an owner liable if he knows or should know of his dog's propensity for violence, California recognizes recovery rights for injured victims even if the dog has never bitten another animal or human in the past. The…
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July 18, 2011

Lawsuit Details Horror of Traumatic Elevator Ride

It is nearly impossible to imagine life without the convenience of elevators. They are present every public building higher than one story tall. Many elevators are capable of climbing dozens of floors to the top of the highest sky scrapers. Some elevators are equipped to handle large groups of people or very heavy equipment. As with all manufactured products, elevator…
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July 8, 2011

Two Tragic Accidents Involving Southern California Police

Two stories grace the Southern California news blotter this week as a police officer was injured in a motorcycle accident while in another precinct a woman died as she was held in custody. Both stories regard different police stations but it goes to show that even law enforcement is not immune to tragedy and injury. In the first story, a…
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July 2, 2011

Safety First this July 4th Weekend

We would love nothing more than to return to work on Tuesday with no reports of car accidents or injuries. However, July 4th weekend marks one of the most dangerous celebratory weekends on the calendar as Californians simultaneous balance fireworks, grills and partying. It is important to always stay alert of the your surroundings and be in control of every…
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June 23, 2011

Latest Roadway News

Southern California is known around the nation as having some of the worst traffic of any metropolitan area. Only Washington D.C. compares to the congestion, fender benders and accident frequency for which the L.A. area is known. In the latest traffic news, while I-5 is getting a face lift hoping to alleviate inevitable traffic problems, other areas are experiencing increased…
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June 22, 2011

Decorative Fire Pots Leading to Hazardous Dangers

The national Consumer Product Safety Commission announced today that 500,000 containers of pourable gel fuel have been recalled due to nationwide reports of fire hazards- some of which were nearly fatal. The gel fuel has been utilized in conjunction with popular outdoor fire pots available at most outdoor furniture retailers. Consumers have reported severe burn accidents as a result of…
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