Category: safety

What to do After a Slip and Fall Accident in a Store

Premises Liability,safety | July 21, 2021

The last thing any person expects when they go into a store is that they will slip and fall on a hazard caused by the careless or negligent actions of a property owner or employee. However, slip and fall injuries occur regularly inside stores in California. Here, our Sacramento personal injury attorneys want to discuss…

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Driving in Hot Weather

safety | April 30, 2019

All drivers have a responsibility to follow the rules of the road, drive safely, and maintain safe practices for current conditions. Every driver will inevitably need to drive in inclement or unpleasant weather at some point. While many drivers dread the thought of driving through snow, many others find it equally unbearable to drive in…

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Look for an upcoming rollback in truck safety rules

Our Blog,safety | December 12, 2016

Signs point to a relaxing of truck safety rules and regulations in the months ahead. In early December the Obama administration presented proposals requiring stricter rules about truckers being rested. Congress said No. With Republicans in charge of Congress and the White House starting January 20, we should probably expect a major rollback of trucking…

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Is driving getting safer?

Our Blog,safety | September 10, 2016

A question we are often asked is, Is it getting any better out there? For all the innovations in safety equipment, and heightened consciousness on the part of drivers – are our roads and highways actually safer? It’s an excellent question, and the answer is yes, a little bit. But it’s a complicated trend to…

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Study: The real smartphone danger for drivers may be apps

Our Blog,safety | August 23, 2016

For a long time we at Cutter Law have been issuing warnings about the dangers of texting while driving. But a new study suggests that another smartphone activity is replacing texting as the deadliest behavior – using apps. The organization is SADD – Students Against Destructive Decisions, in collaboration with Liberty Mutual Insurance. The apps…

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Study: The real smartphone danger for young drivers may be apps

safety | August 22, 2016

For a long time we at Cutter Law have been issuing warnings about the dangers of texting while driving. But a new study suggests that another smartphone activity is replacing texting as the deadliest behavior – using apps. The organization is SADD – Students Against Destructive Decisions, in collaboration with Liberty Mutual Insurance. The apps…

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