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4th of July Firework Safety Tips For 2019

In the midst of a holiday celebration, it’s easy to forget the necessity of practicing the same level of safety you would any other day to prevent an accidental injury. The Fourth of July’s grand celebrations, characterized by exploding fireworks, are a good example of this. Though fireworks are a quintessential part of the Independence… read more

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Summer Safety Tips: Heat, Water, Grilling, & Driving

It’s hot outside, the grill is heating up, and kids are out of school, which means summer is in full swing! Whether you plan on traveling or staying home, here are some tips to keep you safe. Heat Safety In the U.S. there are over 400 fatalities that occur every year as a result of… read more

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Consumer Product Safety Commission June Recalls

Despite good intentions, some manufacturer’s products just fail and/or are possibly even dangerous. In an effort to keep consumers safe, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) oversees around 15,000 products and recalls about 400 of them in a year, according to a news report by CNBC in 2017. Companies have to report issues with products… read more

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What To Do If A Drunk Driver is Ahead of You

There were 10,497 fatalities due to alcohol-induced car accidents in 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Every 50 minutes, a person dies from an alcohol-related car crash, which adds up to 29 fatalities a day in the United States. Due to these frightening statistics, it is likely that you have or will face… read more

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#TBI Brain injuries in sports getting attention — at Draft Day Sacramento

We’re proud to support Draft Day Sacramento on Friday May 29, 2015. Draft Day is a fundraiser event featuring a fashion show and a lineup of entertainment and NFL players speaking out in support of Dondre Ransom, a local injured military veteran and football player, while increasing awareness about the reality of sports concussions. “The increased incidence of traumatic… read more

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#Network4Cause Supports Sacramento Homeless Services

Halfway into 2015, it has come to my attention that over half of our #Network4Cause events have sponsored organizations which provide assistance and services to the low-income and homeless communities in Sacramento. It started with C.A.F.F.E. (Clothing and food for everyone) in January, an organization that feeds and clothes the homeless twice a month. In April #Network4Cause sponsored Mutual Housing… read more

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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is “National Brain Injury Awareness Month” – to raise awareness about ‪‎traumatic brain injury (TBI), Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff  is dedicating it’s Facebook page to supporting Brain Injury Association of California‘s Walk for Brain Injury Sacramento on March 22, 2015. HOW YOU CAN HELP: For each person who ‘likes’ or comments on our posts… read more

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A Year of Giving at #Network4Cause, 2014 Sponsored Sacramento Nonprofits

We have had a great year of giving in and to the Sacramento community! Since the creation of #Network4Cause in November of 2013, Eric Ratinoff Law Corp has sponsored 13 nonprofit and charity organizations at our monthly community mixer events. Take a look below at the list of charitable organizations we’ve hosted at #Network4Cause. Each event… read more

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Sacramento Community Support

One of the greatest things about being a personal injury lawyer is the opportunity we have to meet so many different people.  The diverse array of cases we handle brings us in contact with a diverse array of people.  And over the time it takes to litigate a personal injury case, which is often a… read more

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