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10 Things to Do Help Recover from a Bad Motorcycle Accident

Most drivers that have been on the road a decade or more have probably seen the after effects of a motorcycle accident. Motorcyclists typically do not fare well in collisions, and it’s very easy for them to sustain serious injuries, especially if they are not wearing a helmet. It’s important for those injured in a […]

May 21st, 2018|Auto Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Personal Injury|

5 Tips for Protecting Kids from Vehicle-Related Heatstroke

Many of us lose track of time, but what if you also have a child sitting in a car running or powered off in the blaring sun, where temperatures can quickly mount and cause heatstroke or even kill the child? Sadly, many parents who said it could never happen to them, lose children to heatstroke […]

February 9th, 2018|Vehicle-Related Heatstroke, Wrongful Death|

Terex Bucket Truck Manufacturer Recalls Faulty Vehicles

Sometimes vehicle product liability lawsuit cases involve a series of mistakes that are not always the direct fault of automobile manufactures, because some special parts and assemblies come from different vendors that the manufacturer later uses in assembly. That appears to be the case with Terex South Dakota, Inc., a manufacturer of trucks equipped with […]

October 20th, 2017|Auto Safety, Personal Injury, Premises Liability|

Lowe’s Shopper Sues for Traumatic Brain Injury

A New Haven woman filed a lawsuit against Lowe’s Home Center after she alleged the store didn’t fulfill its responsibility to remove snow and ice on the sidewalk in front of its Connecticut store. The woman claimed she slipped and fell on the ground, and resulted in her suffering traumatic brain injury.

This lawsuit is a […]

Did Aurora Shooting Wake Biz Owners to Premise Liability?

The case can definitely be made that the Aurora theater shooting of 12 people by James Eagan Holmes in 2012 woke up business owners to the severity of premise liability. Just as the Columbine High School shooting raised awareness of the dangers of kids and guns at schools, so did the shooing during the premier […]

October 19th, 2017|Personal Injury, Premises Liability|

Technology Trends Helping to Prevent Auto Accidents

As California’s population increases so do the number of motorists, and state officials have been trending toward technology for safety solutions. Some you would expect, but others you might not have even heard of.

“As California’s population continues to increase, so does the number of motorists on the highways and interstates,” according to Caltrans Public Information […]

September 20th, 2017|Auto Accidents, Auto Safety|

Facts to Know About Distracted Driving

Even on a dare, would you close your eyes for five seconds while driving down the road? Well, maybe this will help you make your decision. If you were traveling approximately 55 miles per hour and closed your eyes, you’d have traveled the entire length of an entire football field – what could possibly go wrong?

The […]

September 18th, 2017|Auto Accidents, Auto Safety, Distracted Driving, Personal Injury|

Can Self-Driving Cars Create More Safety or Distraction?

Automakers and regulators are both doing their best to make the roads safer by integrating technology that will take our hands and minds away from the steering wheel with technologies like accident avoidance systems, and believe it or not, but even self-driving cars. In fact, Ford Motor Company has filed a patent for an autonomous […]

September 30th, 2016|Auto Accidents, Auto Safety, Personal Injury|

Tech Merges with Brain Injury Patients for Promising Communication

Every time the techno titans come out with a new super computer or study indicating that computers are gaining on human intelligence, the scientific community fires back with salvos of it own. So, according to the latest scientific findings by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and several others, not only do we look better than […]

September 20th, 2016|Personal Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury|

California Traffic Deaths on the Rise

It’s hard to find anything troubling about the end of a recession, but here in California with the increase in the number of people getting back to work it means more motorists on the roads. Unfortunatley, more cars on the roads means more car accidents and even more deaths. California has seen a 13 percent […]

September 9th, 2016|Auto Accidents, Personal Injury|