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SD Counties Hepatitis A Breakout Happening Now

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A health epidemic is sweeping San Diego, infecting 228 people, hospitalizing 161, and killing five since its initial detection in November 2016. It is an outbreak of hepatitis A – the largest such event in nearly 20 years. Hepatitis A … Continue reading

Top 20 Reasons for Car Accidents and How to Prevent Them

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No one is immune to car accidents; if you’ve been injured in a serious car accident, contact our San Diego car accident lawyers for advice today. More importantly, if you drive at all brush up on your safety skills with … Continue reading

How to Report a Workers’ Comp Claim in CA

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When a work-related injury occurs, employees can file for benefits through the California Division of Workers’ Compensation. The program covers all accident-related medical expenses, a portion of wages lost from missed days at work, and disability benefits if applicable. To … Continue reading

How to Tell When a Car is Totaled

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Most Americans are familiar with the term “totaled” when it comes to vehicle damage, but how do you determine when a car is totaled? Whenever the costs of repairing damage to a vehicle exceed the vehicle’s actual value, the car … Continue reading

How Cell Phone Tower Data is Misused to Deny Insurance Claims

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Cell phone tower data has been used by law enforcement during investigations for a variety of crimes, including theft, arson, and even murder. This source of evidence, however has recently come under fire in California because several cases of insurance … Continue reading

New CA Bill Proposes Traffic Fines Based on Income

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Traffic fines exist to encourage drivers to operate their vehicles safely to prevent collisions and possible injuries. While it’s vital for California law enforcement officers to uphold the traffic laws, traffic fines can be significant expenses for individuals with lower … Continue reading

What is the Consumer Bill of Rights?

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In 1962, President John F. Kennedy gave a speech in front of Congress that outlined the four basic rights every consumer should have. Later, these rights became the Consumer Bill of Rights, the legal protections afforded to American consumers and … Continue reading

BMW Issues Recall for Car Doors Flying Open

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BMW has long been a top brand in the automotive industry and has lived up to its motto as “the ultimate driving machine.” Although BMWs usually feature superb craftsmanship and attention to detail, they may still be vulnerable to design … Continue reading

Tips for Managing Your Own Personal Injury Claim

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Most personal injury cases are going to require the assistance of an injury attorney. The law is extraordinarily complex, and many seemingly straightforward legal issues are far more complex than they initially appear. However, in some situations, you can successfully … Continue reading

Car Seat Laws and Best Practices

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Car seats are extremely important devices. Babies and small children need to have safe restraints to travel in motor vehicles. While car seat manufacturers must abide by very strict regulations when producing children’s car seats, parents should recognize that they … Continue reading

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