Recovery from a Dog Bite

Recovery from a Dog Bite OAKLAND, Calif. – Dog bites are both physically and mentally scarring, especially for a young child. Unfortunately, children are most at risk for suffering a vicious dog bite. An attack can leave a child with permanent disfigurement with an astounding medical cost. It’s estimated...

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Car Accident Wasn’t My Fault! What Should I Do!?

Car Accident Wasn’t My Fault! What Should I Do!? There are over 16,000 car accidents every day, involving roughly 30,000 people. Many of these crashes are caused by distracted drivers, drunk drivers, and reckless drivers, but most multi-vehicle crashes have a victim. That leaves thousands of people asking this...

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The Dog in Your Own Backyard

The Dog in Your Own Backyard SAN DIEGO – Every parent is urged to remind their children to use caution around strange dogs, or avoid them altogether. While that is good advice, strange dogs are not necessarily the most dangerous pets to have around children. A new study has...

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Study: Millions Admit to Driving Drunk

Study: Millions Admit to Driving Drunk Imagine driving and a pair of headlights suddenly appear ahead of you. There’s little time to react. You attempt to swerve but all you hear is the crashing of plastic and metal. In seconds, you’ve become the victim of a drunk driver. Unfortunately,...

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What Can Helmets Do For You

What Can Helmets Do For You A new study tackled a hot topic head-on: helmet use when riding a bicycle. Most people can agree that helmets can save a life but still, more than half of the bicyclists on the streets aren’t wearing a helmet. That’s a problem, according...

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A Safe Construction Zone

A Safe Construction Zone LOS ANGELES – With construction on the rise in Southern California, injuries are on the rise as well. Work site accidents have increased up to 25 percent in some areas and industry managers say it comes down to a simple equation: the more construction, the...

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4th of July Travel Advisory

4th of July Travel Advisory OAKLAND, Calif. – Expect lengthy delays on highways around the nation for the Fourth of July weekend, which is expected to last from Thursday, June 29th through Tuesday, July 4th. In Northern California, Bay Area bridges could present some of the longest delays, even...

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Fatigue and Airplane Injuries

Fatigue and Airplane Injuries LOS ANGELES – If you’re a frequent flyer, chances are you’ve been to Los Angeles International Airport. One airport attorney says more than 70 million passengers passed through LAX gates, and now — the airport is going through a multi-billion dollar renovation. The modernization will...

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Swapped Surgery Tools May Have Given Patients Hepatitis, HIV

Swapped Surgery Tools May Have Given Patients Hepatitis, HIV SAN FRANCISCO – Thousands of surgery patients received a disturbing notice this week, informing them that they may have been exposed to hepatitis or HIV. Many were wondering how this could happen at more than six trusted hospitals with skilled...

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Construction Zones Need to Practice Safety

Construction Zones Need to Practice Safety You’ve heard the phrase before: “safety first!” Many construction companies say safety is their number-one priority but every year more than 4,000 construction workers are killed on the job and thousands more are hurt in a construction accident. Construction companies are required by...

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