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Category Archives: Personal Injury Law

Parental Liability – Are Parents Responsible for their Children’s Actions?

Parental Liability – Are Parents Responsible for their Children’s Actions?

Parental Liability – Are Parents Responsible for their Children’s Actions? Kids can get themselves into some pretty “sticky” situations. For the most part, it’s typically only minor misbehavior or harmless pranks. But, what if the misconduct gets out of hand? What if another person is harmed? Are parents liable for their kid’s actions? This is… Continue Reading

Keep Scaffolding Safe and Help Prevent Serious Injury and Death

Keep Scaffolding Safe and Help Prevent Serious Injury and Death

Keep Scaffolding Safe and Help Prevent Serious Injury and Death On any given day, Sacramento residents are bound to see scaffolding on the side of a building. Whether a building is a new construction, in need of repair, or receiving much needed renovations, scaffolding is essential to getting the job done right. Unfortunately, it’s estimated… Continue Reading

The Relationship between Technology and Traffic Deaths

The Relationship between Technology and Traffic Deaths

The Relationship between Technology and Traffic Deaths Are in-vehicle apps hurting more than helping? Technology is literally changing the way we drive, interact with others on the road, and communicate on our devices. While some applications, like Snapchat and Pokemon Go are pretty obvious driving distractions, other apps like Waze, an app that seems to… Continue Reading

Premises Liability and Personal Injury

Premises Liability and Personal Injury

Premises Liability and Personal Injury What happens when you are injured on someone else’s property? Did you know that more than one million people in the United States visit the emergency room each year because of falls? While some injuries are minor, others are much more serious! In severe cases, spinal cord injuries, concussions, and… Continue Reading

Protecting the Elderly in Nursing Homes

Protecting the Elderly in Nursing Homes

Protecting the Elderly in Nursing Homes As the “Baby Boomer” generation ages, new studies are finding that elder abuse is also growing. According to the United States Census Bureau, the elderly population is California is set to double by the year 2025. That means there will be about 6.4 million elderly people living in California… Continue Reading

New Studies Link Unlicensed and Revoked Licensed Drivers to Higher Fatalities and How to Spot these Drivers

New Studies Link Unlicensed and Revoked Licensed Drivers to Higher Fatalities and How to Spot these Drivers

New Studies Link Unlicensed and Revoked Licensed Drivers to Higher Fatalities and How to Spot these Drivers The number of drivers who are injured or killed by an unlicensed or revoked license driver has increased in the last decade. Two separate reports have come out over the last few years that indicate these drivers pose… Continue Reading

Early Rehabilitation May Lead to Better Outcome for Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Patients

Early Rehabilitation May Lead to Better Outcome for Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Patients

Early Rehabilitation May Lead to Better Outcome for Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Patients Did you know that people who have experienced a traumatic spinal cord injury (traumatic SCI) many have a better functional outcome if they receive early rehabilitation? This life-changing research was recently presented at the Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting right here… Continue Reading

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