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Category Archives: Personal Injury

How Do I Look Up an Accident Report in California?

Car accidents happen every day throughout California. While some of these incidents are quickly and easily resolved by the parties involved, this is typically only possible for very minor accidents that cause minimal damage. When it comes to more severe accidents, the police…

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Bike turnout lane initiative is reducing accidents

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Every driver has run into slow bikers that take up the entire lane. They either have to slow down 10 or 20 mph to avoid hitting them or speed up and pass the bike in the opposite lane. Avoiding bikers is a nuisance…

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If you’re partially at fault for your slip-and-fall accident

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

California residents are often involved in slip-and-fall accidents. They happen in a wide variety of situations, some of which are the total fault of another negligent party and others under shared-fault circumstances. While some states use an antiquated contributory negligence law that exempts…

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Tips to reduce boating accidents and injuries

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Being involved in a boating accident in the state of California is not only stressful, but in some cases, it can even be fatal. It can also be confusing in terms of injuries, compensation and insurance. Knowing how to reduce boating accident injuries…

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Alarming trends in pedestrian accidents

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

With a focus on healthier lifestyles, more people are out walking, hiking and jogging near California roadways, and this has led to some alarming trends related to pedestrian safety. As more people are now walking, we are also living in a busier society…

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What to do if a dog attacks you

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Getting bitten by an aggressive dog can be an extremely painful and traumatic experience. Here are some things you should do if you are ever attacked by a dog in California. Find the owner and gather information If you get attacked by a…

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How much attention to safety should a property owner pay?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Home, business, and other property owners maintain a duty to keep people entering the premises safe. Slip and fall and other accidents may happen when someone neglects to address known hazards. Litigation may follow when someone suffers harm. So what should property owners…

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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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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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