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Sacramento Bike Projects in 2018

Bicycling in Sacramento hasn’t historically been the safest way to get around, but hard-working advocates and organizations have been trying to change that. In 2015, the most recent year featuring data available, 231 bicyclists in Sacramento suffered injuries or died in traffic accidents. Eighteen of these victims were children under the age of 15. Most… read more

Types of Back Injuries

Neck, back, and spinal cord injuries are common outcomes in many types of personal injury accidents. Back injuries occur most often in auto accidents, falls, sports incidents, and acts of violence such as shootings. The spinal cord and surrounding nerves and muscles are complex parts of the body. When they suffer any type of injury,… read more

Who’s Liable Following a NorCal Bicycle Accident?

If you bike through NorCal regularly, the odds of getting into a collision are relatively high. Distracted, drunk, and negligent drivers cause most bicycle crashes. However, many different parties could be liable for an accident, depending on the situation. Assigning liability to one or more of the following parties could require help from a personal… read more

Deadly Bicycle Crashes Are on the Rise in Sacramento

Bicyclists may enjoy cruising around the sunny streets of Sacramento, but just how safe is bike riding in the city? Not very, according to a local news team investigation. KCRA researched a recent upswing in fatal bicycle accidents in Sacramento to understand possible causes behind the increase. The news team found that some intersections are… read more

Sacramento Bike Accidents: Fifth deadliest city in the nation

According to the Wall Street Journal, Sacramento bike accidents are a serious problem. In a report they recently conducted on the deadliest cities for bicyclists, Sacramento ranked as the fifth deadliest city in the nation for bicyclists. The Wall Street Journal report compiled data from 2007-2016 from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and found… read more

Why Do I Need to Contact a Lawyer?

Personal injury law is complex, but some individuals believe they can handle their own cases without the help of a trained attorney. While it’s true that a few individuals have managed to successfully represent their own interests and won cases in the past, this is a very rare occurrence, and the average person doesn’t have… read more

What Are Injury Attorneys?

Personal injury law revolves around the concept of negligence, or one person’s or party’s failure to exercise reasonable care in a given situation. When negligence causes injuries, death, property damage, or other losses, victims can recover these damages through personal injury claims. While some people attempt to represent their own interests in court, doing so… read more

Back to School Bike Safety

It’s back to school bike safety time, and this time of year means there will be more bicyclists on the road! Beware when driving to work – plan to leave a little early so you can drive slower, watch out for pedestrians and stay stress-free during the increased traffic school time brings. If you have… read more

2018 FDA Drug Approval Process: Is it Safe?

Last year was huge in U.S. Food and a Drug Administration (FDA) drug approvals, according to Drugwatch, there hasn’t been as high of a number since 1996. Without including new forms of pre-existing ingredients and drugs, there were 46 new molecular entities (NME), or novel drug ingredients, that received their stamps of approval compared to… read more