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The Most Common Catastrophic Injuries for Pedestrian Accidents
The Most Common Catastrophic Injuries for Pedestrian Accidents

How Common are Pedestrian Accidents? According to the California Highway Patrol, pedestrian accidents accounted for more than 14,500 injuries and 960 deaths in 2017 alone. This means that Californians were responsible for 10 percent of the total injuries sustained by ...

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Blog Posts in 2020

  • What if You’re Injured at a Property with Building Code Violations?

    Some of the most common personal injury cases involve slips and falls, getting struck in the head, or other trauma as a result of negligence by ...

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  • The Most Common Place for a Slip and Fall

    There are roughly 8 million slip and fall incidents per year in the US, meaning that 2% of all Americans will be involved in a fall each year. Of ...

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  • What is Premises Liability?

    Every year, tens of thousands of Americans are seriously hurt while visiting stores, hotels, parking garages, and other private properties. Many don’t ...

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  • How Serious are Slip and Falls?

    Slip and falls have become something of a joke in the public eye. In movies and TV, characters dance around yellow wet floor signs and wear oversized ...

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  • How to Identify a Drunk Driver

    America has a DUI crisis. Each year, more than 1-in-300 Americans are arrested for drunk driving. Worse than that, 1-in-3 Americans self-report ...

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  • How to Handle a Crash With a Drunk Driver

    Drunk drivers are unpredictable. After a crash, it’s impossible to tell whether they’ll be apologetic, somewhere in-between. Because a DUI is already ...

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  • Accommodations in America

    In a BuzzFeed article titled “ Non-Americans Are Sharing The Things They Actually Like About America ,” one foreigner answered the question, “ what ...

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  • Could COVID-19 Cause More Car Crashes?

    It sounds ridiculous. If there are fewer people on the road, there should be fewer car crashes, right? Not quite. Fewer people on the road has only ...

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  • 30 Years of Progress: Rosemary Musachio’s Take on Crip Camp

    The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) turns 30-years-old on July 26th, 2020. This law dramatically enhanced the quality of life for people with ...

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