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Why Are Teens at a Higher Risk for Accidents?

April 27, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Blog - Car Accidents Category · Comments Off on Why Are Teens at a Higher Risk for Accidents?

If you are like most people, you obtained your driver’s license before you graduated high school. It was a point of pride, being able to drive. You had freedom to get yourself to school, work and other extracurricular activities you participated in. You may have even driven yourself and a few friends to a party.

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Comparative Negligence vs. Contributory Negligence

April 20, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Blog - Car Accidents Category · Comments Off on Comparative Negligence vs. Contributory Negligence

After a car accident that was not your fault, you have every right to be upset. The other driver just damaged your car and may have left you with serious injuries. After such an ordeal, you may be ready to take that person to court and get rightful compensation. While this may seem like a.

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Don’t Fall for These Insurance Tricks After an Accident

April 13, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Blog - Car Accidents Category · Comments Off on Don’t Fall for These Insurance Tricks After an Accident

Getting into a car accident in San Luis Obispo can be a scary situation. You may be wondering how you will get to work and make other trips while your car is in the shop — if it’s salvageable at all. On top of that, you may be dealing with injuries that could keep you.

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Brain Disease Found 96 Percent of Deceased Pro Football Players

April 6, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Blog - Brain Injury Category · Comments Off on Brain Disease Found 96 Percent of Deceased Pro Football Players

Professional football is celebrated for its fierce tackles. Fans cheer when a defender delivers a bone-crushing hit to the ball carrier, especially if said ball carrier is the quarterback. Football is one of those institutions that has become a cornerstone of the American culture. It’s so integral, in fact, that we tend to ignore its.

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Driving Safely Around Semi-Trucks

March 28, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Semi-Truck Accidents Featured Articles · Comments Off on Driving Safely Around Semi-Trucks

One of the most crucial elements in the American economy is the vast fleet of semi trucks that use our roadways daily. These millions of trucks carry billions of tons of cargo annually from manufacturers to retailers for consumers to then buy. In fact, they carry about 70 percent of all cargo in the United.

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10 Most Common Workplace Injuries

March 24, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · OSHA Featured Articles · Comments Off on 10 Most Common Workplace Injuries

When Californians think of workplace injuries, the first thought may be dangerous construction sites filled with power tools, cranes and other hazards. In a way, you aren’t wrong. Many workplace accidents, especially the most dangerous ones, do occur on construction jobs. However, not all of them do. While it may seem safe enough, the common.

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Sacramento Worker Dies on the Job, OSHA Investigates

March 24, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · OSHA In The News Articles · Comments Off on Sacramento Worker Dies on the Job, OSHA Investigates

An industrial worker for the city of Sacramento died in an on the job accident that happened on Saturday afternoon. According to Sgt. Bryce Heinlein of the Sacramento Police Department, the accident happened just before 2:00 p.m. at a work site on Elder Creek Road near Florin Perkins Road when a large piece of steel.

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Do Certain Dog Breeds Bite More than Others?

March 23, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Blog - Personal Injury Category · Comments Off on Do Certain Dog Breeds Bite More than Others?

Dog bites in California occur all too often. Usually, these biting incidences are based on situational circumstances, like the way the owner cares for the dog and the dog’s typical lifestyle. Yet, you will hear people point fingers at dog breeds when an incident occurs. It seems our brains are wired to categorize things based.

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The Process of a Personal Injury Case

March 22, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Personal Injury Featured Articles · Comments Off on The Process of a Personal Injury Case

When you have been injured by a person, business, government or other entity, you may have a personal injury case. Often, people assume you must have suffered life-threatening injuries in order to successfully file a suit. However, this is not always the case. There are many different steps in a personal injury case, and there.

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Semi Truck Crashes into Burger Joint

March 22, 2016 · Taylor Ernst · Semi-Truck Accidents In The News · Comments Off on Semi Truck Crashes into Burger Joint

An accident involving an 18-wheeler crashing into a hamburger restaurant has sent at least two people to the hospital in Southern Los Angeles on Saturday morning. According to authorities, the accident happened when a big rig crashed into a Tom’s Jr. Burger restaurant on Florence Avenue at approximately 3:00 a.m. The semi-truck owned by the.

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