How To Prepare Your Student In The Event Of An Injury

Like all of us, you’ve heard about school shootings, but were you aware that an entire new teacher certification has been developed because of the epidemic? The optional certification is called ALICE, which stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate. The ALICE training classes provide planning and preparation for individuals and organizations so they can be more […]

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Filing a Lawsuit For Sick Building Syndrome

  What Is Sick Building Syndrome?  Americans spend 90% of their time indoors where the concentrations of air pollutants are usually higher than outdoors. Currently, there is no universally-accepted definition of sick building syndrome (SBS). Generally, it involves a wide range of acute symptoms reported by employees in modern office buildings. These symptoms include (1) […]

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Are You Looking For A Business Litigation Attorney?

A business dispute, if not resolved right away, can pose a serious threat to an enterprise. While partnership disputes are the most common type, business disputes can also involve a relationship with an advertising agency, a supplier, or even a government body. Litigation attorneys, also known as “trial lawyers,” represent plaintiffs and defendants in civil cases. They […]

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GRANADA HILLS, CA – Lanes Blocked by Multi-Car Crash on Highway 118 at Hayvenhurst Avenue

5 Tips To Avoid Accidents On Your Evening Commute

According to the LA Times, Los Angeles has 11 of the top 25 worst segments of freeway in the country, including the top three on the list. The southbound lanes of the 101 Freeway between Woodland Hills and the area surrounding downtown’s Union Station are the worst. On Wednesdays between 8am and 9am, the 26-mile trip can take up to 90 minutes. Factor […]

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How To Avoid Road Trip Accidents With These 5 Tips

Thinking of hitting the road for your next vacation? Whether you’re headed to the California Coast or the Blue Ridge Mountains it’s important to be prepared for the long trip ahead. Your “To Do List” should include proper rest, hydration, and car maintenance, of course, but what else could you be forgetting? Find out how […]

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Have You Been Injured At An Airport?

As we all know, the airport is a complex structure involving multiple airlines and parking structures. So complex, in fact, that it’s often hard for us to find our way around this man-made maze. So, what happens if you get injured while you’re there? Whom do you sue? Travel injury cases are actually much more […]

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5 Ways To Stay Safe While Enjoying The Great Outdoors

Summertime is a great time to enjoy being outdoors. There are dangers to look out for, though, and they don’t always come in the form of a shark attack. Sometimes the sun can be just as treacherous. Here are 5 ways to stay safe while enjoying the great outdoors.   Drink Lots Of Fluids But […]

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Are You A Victim Of A Slip And Fall At A Movie Theater?

When we venture out to the movies it’s usually because we’re seeking escape from our everyday lives in the form of entertainment. We want a thrill to take our mind off our problems, not a spill to add to them. But, believe it or not, slip and fall injuries are actually a common occurrence in […]

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How To Safely Celebrate International Beer Day

International Beer Day is a global celebration of beer, taking place in pubs, breweries, and backyards all over the world. It’s a day for beer lovers everywhere to raise a toast to our brewers and bartenders and rejoice in the greatness of beer! Here is how to safely celebrate international beer day! (http://internationalbeerday.com/)   If you […]

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Recoverable Damages In A Defective Product Lawsuit

If you have been injured by a product you have used, you may have a defective product claim. One of the most important aspects of evaluating a products liability claim is determining what types and amounts of damages you have suffered. Here are a few recoverable damages in a defective product lawsuit.   Compensatory damages are […]

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