Common Car Crash Injuries You Need To Be Aware Of

Car crashes may cause damage to the body that lasts a lifetime and serious trauma happens to car accident victims every day. When a crash victim doesn’t seek medical care that trauma may worsen. Are you aware of the common injuries to ask your doctor about after a car crash?

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What Is A Sideswipe Collision?

Sideswipe crashes are common. If you’ve driven enough, you’ve likely seen a sideswipe crash or you’ve been involved in one. Sideswipe collisions may not seem as dangerous as typical motor vehicle accidents but they can still lead to serious injury, property damage, and, in extreme circumstances, wrongful death. A sideswipe crash

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Tips To Safely End Daylight Savings Time

Daylight Savings Time ends this Sunday, November 6, 2022 at 2:00 a.m. and California clocks “fall back” by one hour. Falling back means an extra hour of sleep and this is also an ideal time to catch up on some of those things that aren’t super critical but still need to

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CHP Awarded Grant To Reduce Teen Distracted Driving Statewide

The California Highway Patrol (CHP) has been awarded a monetary grant from the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) to promote safe driving behaviors for teen drivers. The announcement of the grant coincides with National Teen Driver Safety week October 16-22. The grant includes money for additional enforcement and will allow

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A Parent’s Guide Of Do’s And Don’ts For Halloween Safety

Halloween places second on the amount of money adults spend on a holiday. This means that both kids and adults enjoy Halloween-themed activities planned throughout Northern California from pub crawls, pumpkin patches, haunted houses, neighborhood trick-or-treating, adult parties and other types of themed celebrations. With that in mind, The Law Offices

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World Rabies Day Was Created In Response To Dog Attacks

Animal welfare groups use World Rabies Day on September 28 to raise awareness of rabies. Many people don’t really know how serious rabies can be. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC)  says over 58,000 people die every due to rabies. The sad reality is rabies is 100% preventable. The CDC,

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