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Saturday, June 18, 2016

3 things to do after you are in a motorcycle crash

Though motorcycle accidents are rarely minor “fender-benders,” it is possible to find yourself conscious after getting hit by a car or truck. What should you do next if you are ever in this situation? 1. Seek medical help. If you are able, call 911 or get someone else to do so, so you and other victims can get the...
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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Motorcycle deaths dropped in ca rose nationwide, in 2015

Statistics from the Governors Highway Safety Association about motorcycle fatalities are a mixed bag for California riders. First, the bad news: nationwide, motorcyclist deaths in traffic collisions jumped about 10 percent from 2014 to 2015. Last year, more than 5,000 riders were killed in the U.S., according to the Los Angeles Times. But not every state...
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Sunday, June 12, 2016

California #1 in instagram distracted driving selfies

While it may not yet be clear how much of an impact California’s anti-distracted driving law has had on traffic safety, one would think that it would at least make using your phone while driving a shameful act. Something that offenders do as secretly as possible, to avoid a ticket from the police and the...
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Monday, June 6, 2016

8-year-old California boy killed by garbage truck

A terrible collision with a garbage truck has cost the life of an 8-year-old Orange county boy. The incident shows what can happen in seemingly the blink of an eye. According to the O.C. Register, the collision took place in a residential neighborhood in Newport Beach the afternoon of May 25. There were no witnesses...
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Sunday, June 5, 2016

How to reduce your chances of getting hurt in a motorcycle wreck

May was national Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. Though the month is just about over, it is not too late for a reminder that riders are frequently at risk of harm at the hands of negligent car and truck drivers. Both motorcyclists and drivers can take steps to reduce the chances they get into a wreck....
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Sunday, May 29, 2016

Signs your dog bite wound could be infected

A dog bite attack can be painful and scary enough on its own, but sometimes it’s what happens later that puts your life at risk. Though infections from animal bites are rare, they are serious and can be life-threatening, so they are nothing to take lightly. Interestingly, though dog bites are probably more common than...
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Saturday, May 28, 2016

Should we stop talking about car ‘accidents’?

The English language is constantly changing and evolving, reflecting the changes in our lives as the years pass. Usually we don’t give much thought to the words we choose. But at the same time, when we use a certain word to describe a situation, it could affect how we think about what we are talking...
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Monday, May 16, 2016

Snapchat sued over distracted driving wreck

A driver who uses his or her cellphone behind the wheel should be prepared to face the consequences if he or she hurts someone in a crash. But what about the companies behind the smartphone apps the distracted driver was using? Should they bear some responsibility too? A man who suffered brain damage in a...
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Thursday, May 12, 2016

$6.1 million awarded to injured violinist

A woman who was seriously injured in a bicycle-car accident in 2014 has been awarded $6.1 million by a jury in Los Angeles. The woman who struck the bicyclist ran a Santa Monica red light. It took the jury just a few hours to determine the damages for the plaintiff, as the defendant in the...
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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Are some police officers prejudiced against bicycle riders?

Statistics about bicycle crashes often claim that bikers are to blame the majority of the time. But if you dig past the numbers, you may find that the official record can be deceptive. An interesting opinion piece in Bicycling Magazine suggests that police bias sometimes skews the narrative of who was to blame after a motorist collides...
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