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How to Prevent Orange County Car Accidents During Holiday Traffic

The holidays are a joyful time of year which often involves family, good food, great friends, and celebration. However, the holidays also are one of the most dangerous times for travelers. Tired and drunk drivers are out in force, while the highways and interstates are more congested than during almost any other time of year. […]

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Newport Beach Injury Lawyer: Child Safety Seat Installation Mistakes

Child safety seats can reduce the chances of a serious car accident injury or fatality by a significant margin, but only if they are installed properly and they are the appropriate model for your child’s height and weight. Many parents attempt to properly restrain their children in the car, but make unfortunate mistakes that could […]

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Anxiety After a California Car Accident: Recognizing & Treating a Panic Attack

Not all wounds from a car accident are physical. Some studies show that up to 30 percent of car crash victims struggle with anxiety and depression in the wake of an accident, with some needing professional treatment and therapy to assist in their recovery. This week, we have been focusing on various anxiety disorders which […]

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Orange County Injury Lawyer: Drinking and Riding Is Illegal and Deadly

Did you know in California in 2010, 27 percent of all motorcycle riders who were killed in traffic accidents had a blood alcohol level (BAC) over the legal limit of 0.08? In other words, almost three out of ten fatal motorcycle accidents across the state could have been prevented by not riding under the influence. […]

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California Slip & Fall Prevention: Stairway Safety

In our last California slip and fall article, we listed the issues with stairways and stairwells that can lead to serious fall accidents and injuries. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the other side of the coin: what you can do to ensure that your staircase is as safe as possible for visitors. Make sure […]

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