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How situational awareness can prevent dog bites

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Dog attacks may seem like random events that occur because the animal is a vicious killer. However, the truth is that most dog bite incidents that occur in California involve canines that were simply defending themselves, their humans or their territory. In many…

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Teaching kids to stay safe around dogs

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

A dog bite can be serious for a young child. Apart from the physical injury, emotional trauma may occur, resulting in issues like post-traumatic stress disorder or a lifelong phobia of dogs. Because most people frequently have contact with dogs, whether with their own,…

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Risks for pedestrians around daylight savings

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Many Californians are mixed about the first Sunday in November. Daylight savings can give everyone in the state an extra hour of sleep, but it also means that it gets dark early and everyone has to readjust their clocks. What can’t be disputed…

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Car hazards for students in every grade

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Autumn may not be as notorious as a season for motor vehicle accidents as much as summer and winter are, but it can be difficult for California drivers to adjust to the first few months of the school year. They are still adjusting…

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Educate children to avoid dog bites

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

It comes as no surprise that the most common victims to vicious dog attacks are children. A study reveals that between 2005 to 2017, almost half of those killed by dog bites were kids that were less than 10 years old. Children are smaller…

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Street racing continues to claim lives in California

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Since the early 2000s, several cities in California have become the most popular places in the country for street races to take place. The warm weather, long highways and heavily populated areas make these areas the prime locations for competitive racers to burn…

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Places to watch out for spring break drivers

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Many residents are ecstatic once spring arrives. The temperatures start rising, the sun stays out longer, and most of the winter hazards such as snow and ice are starting to melt. Since winter and summer are often seen as the most dangerous driving…

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Statistics Show Cycling Is No Picnic In California

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Recent statistics released by the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) show that California is one of the deadliest states for bicyclists. The statistics show that in 2015, Florida had the most bicyclist deaths in the nation with 150, followed by California with 129.…

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Electric scooter riders still causing injuries

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

You will see electronic scooters zipping around the streets and sidewalks of just about any major city as of the last few months. Whether it’s the low cost, the green qualities of electric motors or the simple convenience, this phenomenon has swept the…

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Common causes for children getting hit by cars

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

It can be a terrifying experience for a parent to find out their child has been struck by a car. However, getting hit by a car is the third leading cause of death for children between ages 5 and 9, according to the Association for…

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