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Category Archives: Personal Injury

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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What not to do after being involved in an auto accident

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

It’s safe to say that being involved in a motor vehicle accident can be a frightening experience. Motorists of California, which is notorious for high levels of traffic, may be more likely to get in a car crash. Understanding what not to do…

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What happens after a dog bite in California?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

A house guest, a delivery person or even someone randomly passing a dog walker might all find themselves bit by a dog. Dog bites could cause severe damage to tissue and present an infection risk. Not taking a dog bite seriously may lead…

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How to deal with lower back pain

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

There is a good chance that you will experience back pain at some point in your life. Fortunately, there are several different strategies that a California doctor might be able to use in an effort to alleviate your symptoms. In many cases, the…

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Knowing what negligence is and proving it

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Whether California residents are in a car crash or a slip and fall incident, they will need to prove that the other side, be it a driver or a property owner, was negligent in order to be eligible for compensation. As a legal…

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Understanding dog bite injuries and provocation

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

California remains home to many dog owners and their pets. Unfortunately, interactions between dogs and humans are not always benign, and people do suffer from bites. The fault does not always lie with the dog, even when the canine in question is an…

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TBIs in slip-and-fall accident cases

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Many people in California and across the U.S. injure their head by slipping, tripping or falling on another’s property. Traumatic brain injuries are the worst of these types of injuries and can have long-lasting effects. TBI victims may experience mental impairment, migraines, dizziness…

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Understanding your rights as an injured slip-and-fall victim

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Some legal realms are arguably more complex than others, entailing broad-based subject matter marked by a notable degree of fluidity and ongoing change. The personal injury universe is one such realm. Modern life throbs with pulse and busied behavior. Across the vast and varied San…

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