First-time Offenders Responsible For Most Drunk Driving Accidents

A MADD news release claims that “‘First-time’ offenders are rarely first-time drunk drivers,” and that “Conservative estimates show that a first-time convicted offender has driven drunk at least 80 times prior to being arrested.” MADD continued: “… a majority of drunk driving deaths and injuries are caused by drunk driving offenders with no prior convictions,” which […]

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Most Common Defenses To A Slip And Fall Injury Accident

A personal injury case is a legal dispute that arises from an accident where someone was harmed or an injury due to the liability of another person or entity. There are several forms of personal injury cases, but some of the common types include slip and fall injuries, car accidents, medical malpractice, product liability, and assault […]

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Who Is Liable During A Taxi Accident?

There are thousands of taxis driving on the roads every day. Many people choose to take taxis over cars due to heavy traffic, parking difficulty, and intoxication. Taxi drivers pick up one passenger after another, many of whom are in a hurry to get to their destination. All of these factors can lead to a […]

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How Can I Tell If I Have A Concussion?

The symptoms of concussion usually fall into the four categories below. Concussion symptoms vary, however, you might not experience them right away. Most people’s symptoms go away fairly quickly, but it’s not uncommon to experience some or all of these symptoms even weeks after your accident. How can I tell if I have a concussion? Signs And […]

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DALY CITY, CA - Motorcyclist Seriously Injured in Crash on 280 Freeway at Eastmoor Avenue

Motorcycle Accident Injuries: Do You Have A Case?

Motorcycle accidents are especially destructive, as they’re capable of changing lives forever. Not surprisingly, they’re considered the worst type of crashes because motorcycles can be driven at high speeds and have little protection to offer their riders. Therefore, 98% result in injuries. Motorcycle accident injuries: do you have a case?   Factors That Determine Whether […]

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Will Driverless Cars Make For Safer Roads?

How safe are driverless cars? Apparently, they’re “pretty darn safe.” Waymo, formerly called Google’s Self Driving Car program, has logged over two million miles on U.S. streets, yet has only had one accident where it was at fault. This makes its cars the lowest at-fault rate of any driver class on the road by far. […]

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5 Reasons To Choose Jacoby & Meyers For Your Traumatic Brain Injury Lawsuit

If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury that was caused by someone else, call Jacoby & Meyers. The legal and medical issues surrounding brain injuries can be quite complex. A highly experienced attorney can advocate on your behalf and help maximize the compensation you receive. Below are 5 reasons to […]

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How To Achieve The Best Outcome For Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

The law is designed to protect workers who are injured on the job. Often, they’re entitled to financial compensation to help them make ends meet and get the medical care they need until they are fully healed and ready to go back to work. Unfortunately, workers’ compensation insurance companies often deny their claims, saying that […]

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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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