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Proving Negligence in a Personal Injury claim

If you have been injured because of another’s negligence, you may have legal options to pursue compensation. However, you must prove the other party was, in fact, negligent and at fault for causing your injuries. Proving negligence in a personal injury… Read More

E-cigarette Explosions a Growing Concern

A man in Fresno, Calif., suffered third-degree burns after an electronic cigarette erupted into flames and exploded while in his pocket. The 53-year-old man was riding a bus in downtown Fresno when the driver warned him that smoking was not allowed and… Read More

When to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

Dealing with damage from a serious accident can be both confusing and overwhelming. Insurance companies may be difficult to handle and may not have your best interest in mind. Hiring a personal injury attorney allows you to focus on recovering from injuries… Read More

Child Concussions Treated at California Hospitals Increase 73 Percent

According to California's Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development, the number of children between ages nine and 13 receiving treatment for sports concussions in the state went up 73 percent from 2005 to 2015. There were 6,139 reported cases… Read More

43-Year-Old Man Dies After Dog Attack in Stockton

A 43-year-old man from Stockton, Calif. succumbed to his injuries after being attacked by a pit bull over the weekend. According to neighbors, two men were exchanging words outside when one of the homeowner's pit bulls became violent. Police initially… Read More

Traumatic Brain Injury is More Widespread Than You Think

Discussions of traumatic brain injury (TBI) often address sports associated with repeated concussions now known to deteriorate the brains of players over time. However, sports involving tackle impact, such as football and hockey, are not the only activities… Read More

Victims Family Says Deadly Pedestrian Accident Could Have Been Prevented

A 74-year-old woman died from injuries sustained in a pedestrian accident after she was struck by a car at the intersection of Fruitridge Road and Lawrence Drive in Sacramento in December of last year. The woman, a beloved grandmother and great-grandmother,… Read More

American Academy of Pediatrics Warns of Crib Bumper Dangers

In a recent study published in the Journal of Pediatrics, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) warned of the risks and dangers associated with crib bumpers. In 2005, the AAP recommended that bumper use be limited to products that were thin, firm and… Read More

Bicycle Accident Injuries and Deaths Increasing

Bicycle accident injuries are steadily increasing across the nation. Often, negligent drivers and poor road design contribute to injuries and even death.The Numbers in California are GrimAccording to a report issued by the Governors Highway Safety Association… Read More

Glass-Front Fireplaces Pose Danger to Children

For all of their cozy charm, fireplaces also involve potentially hazardous flames and high temperatures when in use. Yet, most people don't realize that the glass doors used to keep flames contained could actually create a less obvious danger. The temperature… Read More

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