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Dog spared after Murrieta biting incident

dog attack,negligence,Our Blog | January 24, 2014

An Akita that attacked a 3-year-old boy inside of a Murrieta Lowe’s will not be euthanized. The dog, also 3 years old, was determined to be under “irresponsible” ownership, rather than being a danger to the community. The dog’s owner, a 62-year-old Murrieta man was arrested for suspected criminal negligence and was released on a…

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Wrongful death? California motorcycle accident claims man’s life

investigation,medical expenses,Motorcycle accident,motorcyclist,Our Blog | January 17, 2014

Motorcycles and motorcyclists sometimes get a bad rep across the country. When many California residents think of a motorcyclist, they consider them reckless and the primary cause of a motorcycle accident. However, this is a false assumption. Whether you are driving a car, truck or motorcycle, you are expected to drive safely and pay attention…

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Elderly man killed in pedestrian accident in California

Our Blog,pedestrian accident | January 4, 2014

Pedestrians and drivers alike need to be cautious and aware of their surroundings, particularly on busy streets. Sadly, accidents involving pedestrians often result in serious injury or fatality. This was true for a recent pedestrian accident in California involving an elderly gentlemen and a delivery truck that resulted in the loss of a life. The…

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Witnesses of bicycle accident help locate suspect

Bicycle accident,Our Blog | January 3, 2014

People who witnessed a hit-and-run accident involving a vehicle and an “adult tricycle” in Ramona helped officials locate the driver. The bicycle accident sent a 69-year-old man to the hospital and left police searching for the driver of who fled the scene. A California Highway Patrol officer stated that the victim is well known for…

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Motorcycle accident in California proves fatal

Motorcycle accident,Our Blog | January 2, 2014

Motor vehicle accidents can be severe enough, but when at least one of the vehicles involved is a motorcycle, the risk to human life can be even higher. The body, while resilient, is still fragile and motorcycles offer much less protection than a car. Even experienced riders are no match for a car when a…

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