Murietta Personal Injury Law Blog

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Parents Beware: Injuries to Children Increase on Halloween

Halloween is a perfect holiday for families and children to dress up, eat candy and have fun in their neighborhoods while trick-or-treating. All of this excitement in one night can unfortunately lead to injuries to your children, and injuries can definitely dampen the Halloween spirit. Here’s what you should look out for on Halloween night … Read More Parents Beware: Injuries to Children Increase on Halloween

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What Catastrophic Injuries Could I Sustain from a Slip and Fall Accident?

Slip and fall accidents are one of the most common accidents that can happen at any place, any time, and to anyone. This is because there are many different ways you could slip, fall and become seriously injured. Whether you’re inside of your own home, at work, at a swimming pool or hotel, or just … Read More What Catastrophic Injuries Could I Sustain from a Slip and Fall Accident?

What Are Common Spinal Cord Injuries Resulting from a Serious Car Crash?

Car accidents can result in a variety of different injuries, depending on the circumstances of the crash. For example, a rear-end collision from a car accident will result in injuries that are different from a roll over car accident. One of the most common catastrophic injuries that drivers can sustain from a serious car accident … Read More What Are Common Spinal Cord Injuries Resulting from a Serious Car Crash?

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Who Is Liable for Injuries From an Autonomous Vehicle Accident?

If you have read any recent technology news in our country, then you are probably familiar with the term “autonomous vehicle,” or AV. An autonomous vehicle is also known as a self-driving vehicle. Ridesharing companies such as Uber want to start incorporating this new technology into their services in certain states. However, in the past … Read More Who Is Liable for Injuries From an Autonomous Vehicle Accident?

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How Can I Stay Safe During the 100 Deadliest Days of Driving?

The 100 deadliest days for teenage drivers are the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day. In 2016, more than 1,050 people were killed in motor vehicle accidents involving a teen driver during this period. This is an average of 10 deaths per day and a 14 percent increase compared to the rest of the … Read More How Can I Stay Safe During the 100 Deadliest Days of Driving?