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Tuesday, September 27, 2022
It’s long been the case that pedestrians in Los Angeles and other cities throughout California could receive tickets for jaywalking regardless of whether they were in any danger of being involved in an accident when crossing the street. That’s set to change. Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed Bill 2147, also known as the Freedom to […]
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Tuesday, September 13, 2022
Driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs is incredibly dangerous. Despite knowing This, far too many motorists get behind the wheel while drunk every day in the United States. This can result in tragic consequences. For example, in Avenal, California, a 2021 New Year’s day crash involving a drunk driver took the lives […]
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Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Summer is upon us here in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas. Many dog owners enjoy this time of year specifically because it gives them more opportunities to explore the city and the region with their furry friends in tow. This is entirely acceptable and even advisable. Many dogs, particularly larger ones, benefit from spending […]
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Thursday, February 24, 2022
If you have been attacked by a dog in the state of California, understanding the Golden State’s dog bite laws is important. Because California is a so-called “strict liability” state, pet owners are generally held responsible for the injuries their dogs cause others, including those caused by dog bite attacks or certain knockdown injuries sustained […]
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Tuesday, February 8, 2022
California’s roads are more dangerous than ever to both drivers and occupants in motor vehicles and pedestrians making their way from place to place by foot. Officials say that the ongoing spike in deaths on California’s highways and byways is due, at least in part, to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. More specifically, people are driving […]
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Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Many questions buzz around the heads of those recently involved in car accidents. Will I be considered liable for the accident? How will I get to work without a car? Will I lose my job? How will I pay for all of the medical bills? While considering the answers to these questions and more, many […]
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Tuesday, January 11, 2022
Becoming the victim of a truck accident is devastating. It can injure and even kill victims, leaving families with up to hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt. Yet during claims proceedings, it is sometimes overlooked that truckers may be liable for losses they have caused in accidents after violating certain regulations that they must […]
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Thursday, December 30, 2021
Car and other automobile accidents can be extremely arduous legal battles between two parties. In nearly every case, one or both of the parties will attempt to pull out excuses in an attempt to avoid liability for the accident. Despite the prevalence of these excuses, one that often puts up a strong legal defense is […]
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Tuesday, December 14, 2021
There are many warning signs that you can look out for to determine if a dog is capable of acting out of line and biting someone. This may be your own dog biting another person, or someone else’s dog potentially biting yourself or a family member. In any case, these are important warning signs to […]
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Monday, November 29, 2021
Every year, millions of Californians take to the roads under the influence of something just as serious as drugs – sleep deprivation. Drowsiness at the wheel is an extremely serious problem in a society that prioritizes a fast-paced professional culture and is becoming an increasingly large problem for cities across the nation. Recent analyses show […]
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