Murietta Personal Injury Law Blog

Murietta Personal Injury Law Blog

How to Avoid Drunk Driving Accidents on the Fourth of July

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Drunk driving is one of the top causes of auto accidents in our country, leading to around a third of all traffic collisions. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 29 people in the U.S. die every day due to impaired driving. These numbers tend to go up on holidays, especially July … Read More How to Avoid Drunk Driving Accidents on the Fourth of July

What Are Common Critical Injuries After a Motorcycle Accident?

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In April, Storage Wars star Barry Weiss was in a motorcycle crash in Los Feliz that resulted in serious chest and leg trauma. A black SUV pulled into his path while he was riding with a friend. He and that friend are now on the road to recovery like many other motorcycle crash victims across … Read More What Are Common Critical Injuries After a Motorcycle Accident?

Ten Defensive Driving Tips You Should Always Practice

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Did you know that traumatic injury is the number one cause of death in people under the age of 45? A report from CNN revealed not only that unintentional injury was the top cause of death for younger people, but that cars were responsible for most of those injuries. That means getting into the car … Read More Ten Defensive Driving Tips You Should Always Practice

Could a Kia Auto Defect Lead to Catastrophic Injuries?

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The Center for Auto Safety collected around 250 reports of Hyundai and Kia vehicles spontaneously catching on fire. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reportedly received over 350 complaints about fires involving these vehicles. In these cases, there was no collision and the source of the fires is suspected to be a defect in … Read More Could a Kia Auto Defect Lead to Catastrophic Injuries?

How Are Schools Responsible for Keeping Their Students Safe?

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While participating in a school swimming lesson, a 15-year-old student slipped beneath the water and drowned. No one in the class noticed at first. It wasn’t until after the class had been released that the boy was found. Could the school be responsible for this accident? What makes schools responsible for the injuries and deaths … Read More How Are Schools Responsible for Keeping Their Students Safe?