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Special Considerations for Children’s Injury Cases

October 24, 2013

Learning that a child has been injured in an accident is distressing for parents.  Discovering that the injury was preventable as it was due to another person’s negligence makes the situation even more devastating.  Unfortunately, every day children are injured or killed in accidents.  According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) each year over […]

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Crime Fighting of the Future It’s Closer Than You Think.

October 1, 2013

Crime Fighting of the Future: It’s Closer Than You Think For most police officers, crime fighting isn’t really fighting at all, it’s responding. Officers of today typically respond to calls of crimes that have already occurred. Few officers are lucky enough to learn about the plans of law-breakers and stop them in their tracks. As […]

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Which States Have the Fewest Car Accidents?

September 7, 2013

Car accidents are a major problem for the United States. Motor-vehicle deaths are the leading cause of death for children ages two to 14. It’s a growing concern for parents, drivers and insurance companies across the country. States with the fewest car accidents may be the safest for driving. Travel Fatalities by State Car accidents […]

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The Most Common Injuries Treated in the ER

September 5, 2013

Many people try to avoid going to the hospital as much as possible. After all, nobody really enjoys a hospital visit, and depending on what kind of health insurance they may have even a routine check-up may be too expensive for some people to handle. People try to treat injuries and illnesses themselves, and for […]

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Drowsy And Distracted: Just How Safe Are Those Big Rig Drivers?

August 21, 2013

Drowsy And Distracted: Just How Safe Are Those Big Rig Drivers? According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration statistics, large trucks account for merely four percent of vehicles. Yet, 11 percent of all vehicle fatalities involve large trucks. Generally, over 5,000 people die in big rig crashes in which three-quarters were occupants of other vehicles […]

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Gang Detectives Investigate Non Injury Shooting in San Diego

August 15, 2013

On Tuesday July 17 gang detectives investigated a shooting that occurred in the San Ysidro area of San Diego. According to an officer of the San Diego police force, the shooting occurred slightly before 10:30 PM on Monday. The officer’s report also indicated that the shooting happened in the 100 block of East Park Avenue. […]

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False Imprisonment: Nursing Home Neglect

July 27, 2013

The decision to move a senior relative to a nursing home is often be difficult and emotional for both the senior and the entire family.  Oftentimes the senior becomes isolated from family because of distance or health issues that impact the ability to regularly communicate with the senior from a distance.  Once you have moved […]

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Twin Brothers Shooting Near Fashion Valley, San Diego

July 18, 2013

On Wednesday July 10, it was reported that a man actually shot his twin brother in the leg. The shooting occurred near the Fashion Valley Mall in San Diego. Apparently the shooting took place at somewhere around 5:30 in the morning, according to a San Diego police interview with television crews. According to reports from […]

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Things To Keep In Mind Before Selecting A Criminal Defense Lawyer

June 13, 2013

Things To Keep In Mind Before Selecting A Criminal Defense Lawyer Even though charges brought up against you seem like the most challenging part of a criminal case, finding the right lawyer proves otherwise. Not only are you looking for a lawyer that is affordable, but you want one that is experienced and reputable as […]

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When Silence is Illegal: STD Criminalization

April 23, 2013

Just about everyone who makes it through high school is exposed to some form of health class that teaches them of the dangers of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Unfortunately, this is not always enough to stop people from contracting a disease. Sadly, some people knowingly spread STDs around without warning their partner of the risk. […]

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