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California planners meet to discuss pedestrian safety

Bicycle Accidents,Our Blog | May 20, 2014

As Americans throughout the nation are more frequently choosing alternative means of transportation such as walking or bicycling to get from point A to point B, state and local governments will need to plan accordingly to make sure that the roads are safe for all users. Last week, regional planning executives from around the state…

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Car accident leads to deaths of 5 people heading to Disneyland

Car Accidents | May 16, 2014

A family who was on their way to Disneyland, considered “the happiest place on Earth,” never got to experience it due to a recent vehicle accident. To make matters worse, the California incident took place on Mother’s Day. All of the family members perished in the car accident, leaving surviving loved ones struggling with grief….

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Student says FedEx accident crushed his soul

Our Blog,wrongful death | May 9, 2014

A survivor of the deadly head-on collision between a charter bus and a FedEx truck that took place in California last month says that the accident left his soul “pretty much crushed.” The 18-year-old, who is a violinist, said the injuries he sustained in the April 10 crash, including a broken collarbone, may leave him…

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Holding public entities responsible after pedestrian accidents

Pedestrian Accidents | May 6, 2014

In our last post, we discussed how negligent drivers can be held responsible for pedestrian accidents through personal injury lawsuits. However, in this post we will look at pedestrian accident liability from another angle. An informative article on our website discuses government liability for negligent road defects after a serious motor vehicle or pedestrian accident. The…

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