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Fatal pedestrian accidents in California finally decrease

Our Blog,Pedestrian Accidents | March 11, 2014

In recent years, public safety officials expressed serious concern about the number of pedestrian accidents plaguing streets in California and across the country. Crash data from the Governors Safety Highway Association validates these fears: Between 2009 and 2012, fatal pedestrian accidents increased by 15 percent. This happened despite the fact that overall traffic fatalities fell…

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Motorcycle accidents can take a sudden, serious turn

Motorcycle Accidents | March 5, 2014

This year, California residents have experienced warm winter weather — even by traditional standards. For many people, this has provided a great opportunity to enjoy the outdoors in ways they might not otherwise during winter months. Namely, motorcyclists have certainly been able to take advantage of the particularly mild temperatures. Even though bikers might have…

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California boy dies after being bit by pet rat

Our Blog | March 1, 2014

Many animal bite stories involve an owner who fails to adequately restrain an animal or protect others against being injured. As a result of this failure to act, liability is typically addressed at pet owners. Interestingly enough, a California animal bite case is taking a slightly different spin: The victim’s family has filed a claim…

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Father of 3 killed after being caught up in California drag race

Car Accidents,Our Blog | February 26, 2014

Whenever a person gets behind the wheel of a vehicle, there’s always a certain amount of unpredictability. However, taking steps to drive cautiously — and counting on others to do the same — can provide some reassurance for safety. The unfortunate reality is that drivers don’t always uphold their responsibilities and others can suffer as…

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Escaped camel bites California man on the head

injuries | February 21, 2014

In a bizarre animal attack, a man was bitten on the head when a camel escaped its enclosure last Friday and terrorized locals in a Southern California community. According to authorities, the camel got out of its pen at around 8:30 in the morning and went on a rampage for approximately 45 minutes before it…

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