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Poor truck maintenance can lead to serious injuries

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Truck accidents are among the most horrific crashes on California highways, and they happen for a wide range of reasons. One of those is negligence regarding truck maintenance. While there are many accidents that involve big-rig trucks, the fact that a commercial truck…

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How safety technology in cars is causing more accidents

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

As you drive in California, it’s imperative to stay safe behind the wheel. Considering that, many automobile manufacturers include a range of safety tech in their vehicles. Unfortunately, these types of safety-related technology aren’t making roads as safe as you think. Here’s a…

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Are certain breeds more prone to serious bite injuries?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

With over 48 million people owning a dog, there are many different breeds out there. With some breeds having a more vicious appearance than others, it can pose the question of whether or not certain breeds are more prone to serious bite injuries…

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Does California have special rules for adopting dogs?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

People choosing to adopt a dog in California may give a loving home to an equally loving pet. However, some breeds might be more dangerous than others. Dangerous dogs could bite someone, leaving an owner potentially liable for injuries. The Golden State has…

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What might cause brain injuries?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Traumatic brain injuries rank among the most severe medical conditions that someone might suffer. The medical costs associated with addressing brain trauma may be tremendous and extensive. Recovery could take an undetermined amount of time, and rehabilitation might be highly involved. Even with…

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Duties of dog owners

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Owning a dog can be a great experience, but dog owners can be legally liable if someone sustains injuries because the pet was not properly controlled according to the law. As a result, dog owners in California and elsewhere should take a number…

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Important steps to take after a truck crash

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

If your vehicle is struck by a large truck while driving on a California highway, it is important to stop, call for help and exchange information with the truck’s driver. Furthermore, you should seek treatment even if you feel fine immediately after the…

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How safety guides can send mixed messages

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

You can find safety symbols virtually everywhere in California, ranging from hand-washing guides to warnings on cribs and car seats. While most people can recognize these symbols instantly, experts say that they don’t always impart accurate information. As a result, it’s important not…

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Elderly Drivers Have a Greater Incidence of Car Accidents

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Being able to drive themselves from place to place is a privilege that California residents take seriously. Elderly drivers may get into accidents because of diminished cognitive skills and reaction times. However, there are plenty of elderly people who drive safely and who…

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Back injuries from a car accident

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Over 4.5 million people across the U.S. are involved in car accidents every year, and it’s not unusual for many of them to suffer back injuries. It can be good to know the different types of back injuries, though, especially if you were…

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