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What Should I Do If I Slip and Fall in My Own Apartment Building?

If you are renting an apartment space and you slip and fall, you might be wondering how your slip and fall case differs from other personal injury cases. There are some similarities, but there are also key differences in how this type of injury would be handled on a rental property. Like any other personal…. Read More

Safety Tips for Drivers and Motorcyclists

If you drive a car, chances are you know that driving alongside a motorcycle can be a confusing and scary experience. This fear can stem from a lack of knowledge regarding safe practices when driving near a motorcycle. In order to avoid deadly collisions between automobile drivers and motorcyclists, there are a few crucial communication…. Read More

Warning Signs That Your Uber or Lyft Driver is Dangerous

Ridesharing has become a huge alternative to personal vehicles and public transportation, especially in larger cities. Uber and Lyft have solved a lot of problems for drivers; paying for parking is no longer an issue, ridesharing is often quicker and cheaper than taxis, and ridesharing is often far more accessible. In recent news, however, there…. Read More

Should the Expensive Plans for The California High-Speed Rail Project Continue?

At the end of January 2018, the San Jose Mercury News attempted to derail the California High-Speed Rail project in a written editorial. The newspaper complained that the plan to connect northern and southern California via a high-speed bullet train was billions of dollars over budget. The California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) aims to connect…. Read More

Are There More Pedestrian Accidents During Spring Break Season?

Spring break is just around the corner, and many families are starting to plan, or finalize their plans, for their vacation. Whether you’re going to the beach in a crowded city or a small-town ski resort, you and your family might be doing a lot of walking, biking, and driving. Pedestrian safety is extremely important…. Read More

Why Are Animal Bites So Common And How Can You Take Precaution?

Not only do animal bite injuries result in traumatic and emotional experiences, they also can present a legal conundrum. You could be seriously injured, and you could also face difficulties with insurance companies while trying to collect damages for your claim. The most common animal bite injury comes from a dog, but it could be…. Read More

Common Ways Your Employer Can Exploit You

An environment that almost every American is in for multiple hours every day is their workplace. Many people want to feel like they will be safe when they go to work, and that they won’t be taken advantage of by another employee or their employer. Unfortunately, there are many ways that your employer could be…. Read More

Could Positive Train Control Prevent Accidents Like Amtrak Cascades 501?

By now, you’ve probably heard the story of Amtrak Cascades 501, an ill-fated train that derailed in DuPont, Washington in mid-December on its inaugural journey from Seattle, Washington to Portland, Oregon. The accident happened when the train entered a curved overpass, traveling 80mph – nearly three times the posted speed limit of 30mph. The speed…. Read More

How Can Social Media Hurt My Personal Injury Claim?

If you are in the midst of a personal injury claim, you should know that what you post on your social media pages can have an impact on your ability to collect damages. If you are reading this blog, then chances are high that you use some form of social media, be it Facebook, Twitter,…. Read More

Have Fun and Stay Safe This New Year’s Eve!

New Year’s Eve is one of the largest celebrations of the year, but also one of the deadliest. Car accidents, pedestrian accidents, drunk driving, fireworks and more can cause catastrophic personal injuries and even wrongful death. Here are some tips to keep you safe as you, your family and friends ring in the New Year….. Read More