How to prevent bicycle accidents

All across the United States, individuals are turning to bicycles as an alternative mode of transportation. Many times, bikes are a suitable replacement for automobiles, especially when an individual has just a short distance to travel. Bicycle accident prevention, while on the road, should be your prime focus. Nothing can ruin a nice, sunny California…

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Every day, in our busy streets, people are falling victim to the negligence of others. A personal injury case is designed to compensate an individual for an injury suffered as a result of another person’s negligent actions or carelessness. Damages in a personal injury case are the basis to make a demand for injury compensation.…

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Defective products come in all shapes and sizes, from automobiles and their components to baby products and toys, office equipment, tools, electronics, boats, dangerous drugs and can openers. The injuries which occur as a result of these can be severe or even fatal. Manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers may be held liable for any injuries and…

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The popularity of contact sports in the United States exposes a large number of participants to risk for brain injury. Recurrent brain injuries can be serious or fatal. However, they are also preventable. Did you know that approximately 30,000 sports-related traumatic brain injuries occur every year in the United States? Most TBIs are mild to…

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Approximately 50% of people who die in traffic accidents every year were not wearing seat belts at the time of the accident.  This in spite of the fact that national seat belt usage rates are currently at a record 86%.  Car accident lawyer believe that more people could be encouraged to wear seat belts through the wide…

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According to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Toyota Motor Corporation has agreed to pay $17.35 million, the maximum fine allowable under the law, in response to the agency’s admission that they failed to report a safety defect to the federal government in a timely manner. This action is the…

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