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Monthly Archives: June 2017

Senior Drivers vs. Teen Drivers: Who is Safest?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

You’ve probably heard that both teen drivers and senior drivers are dangerous on the roads. Teens are less experienced than adults, and more likely to engage in risky behaviors such as distracted driving, speeding, and driving while intoxicated. On the other hand, seniors cannot react…

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Everything You Should Know About Premises Liability in California

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

If you have been injured on someone else’s property, it’s important to understand the concept of premises liability. Here’s what you need to know about premises liability in California: Types of Premises Liability Cases Premises liability comes into play any time someone is…

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Will California’s Lane-Splitting Law Put Motorcyclists in Danger?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

On January 1st, 2017, California became the first state to officially legalize lane-splitting, which occurs when motorcyclists ride between two lanes to quickly move through traffic. Many motorcyclists support California’s lane-splitting law, which they say will help alleviate congestion on crowded streets. But,…

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The Dangers of Tailgating

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

People tailgate for a number of reasons. Some drivers are running late so they anxiously inch up closer and closer to the car in front of them. Other drivers want the car in front of them to drive faster, so they get close…

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Who is Liable For Truck Accidents?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

If you have been injured in a truck accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. But, in order to pursue a personal injury claim, you will need to determine who is liable.…

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Common Causes of Truck Accidents

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

There are over 415,000 truck accidents every year, and about 20% of these accidents involve injuries. Unfortunately, the number of truck accidents has increased by about 20% over the last two decades. This is a disturbing trend, and one that should not be ignored. Why…

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What to do Immediately Following a Dog Bite

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

You may be in shock in the moments following a dog bite as you try to figure out what happened and how badly you are hurt. There are certain steps that you should take immediately following a dog bite to protect yourself and…

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The Possible Outcomes of a Personal Injury Claim

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

If you are filing a personal injury claim to recover compensation from the negligent party, you may be wondering what may happen next. There’s no way to say for certain how your case will end, but here are all of the possible outcomes…

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Tips to Help You Avoid Dog Bites

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

There are approximately 4.5 million dog bite cases every year in the United States. Dogs can attack anyone, but many of the victims happen to be innocent children who don’t realize that a dog can be dangerous. Regardless of your age, it’s important…

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Tips For Choosing Bicycle Safety Gear Before Your Ride

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Over 45,000 bicyclists were injured in accidents in 2015. Bicyclists do not have the same protection that motorists do, so they often suffer serious injuries when they are involved in collisions. That’s why it’s important for bicyclists to do everything they can to…

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