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Common Causes of Brain Injuries

By Ian Silverthorne |

It’s become kind of ingrained in our society to link traumatic brain injuries with some kind of huge dramatic accident. Such as a car crash or an assault.  However, according to the CDC, the most Common Causes of Brain Injury are falls. Whatever the cause, whether the injury occurs from a fall, accident, or some unknown… Read More »

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When a Dog Bites: Why Contact an Attorney?

By Ian Silverthorne |

Mark Twain once said, “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.” Regardless of size, our dog attack attorney in California tells us that there is a law that imposes strict liability on owners when a dog bites or injures any person. Owners of dogs… Read More »

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Bicycle Laws and Safety Tips to be Aware of

By Ian Silverthorne |

If you’re a bicyclist, it’s important to be aware of the laws that apply to you in order to prevent bicycle accidents. States have different laws in regards to bicycles and bicycle safety, but there are some general rules you should know. Bicycles are considered vehicles for traffic law purposes. This means you should ride… Read More »

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5 Things to Do to Prevent Dog Bites

By Ian Silverthorne |

We see a lot of clients who are bitten by dogs. in fact, every year, nearly 5 million people are bitten by dogs. and roughly 20% of those dog bites will result in medical treatment. Orange County’s dog bite guidelines allow victims to recover compensation when a negligent person has caused the dog attack. for instance,… Read More »

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What Does Uninsured Driver Protection Cover?

By Ian Silverthorne |

Suffering a bodily injury from an uninsured motorist can be one of the most devastating accidents anyone can suffer from. That’s because not only may you suffer from injuries that may bother you for life, medical bills will be piling up. When the person who hit you does not have insurance, receiving compensation for… Read More »

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Dealing with Uninsured Motorists

By Ian Silverthorne |

Dealing with an uninsured motorist after an accident can be a very stressful situation here in Orange County, California. That’s because so many people are driving either with little to no insurance. in the former case, Orange County drivers are allowed to drive with a bare minimum liability policy. This can go as low… Read More »

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We Look at Salmonella Heidelberg Outbreak

By Ian Silverthorne |

In recent months, there has been a major outbreak of Salmonella Heidelberg. One of the types of Salmonella bacterium that causes illness in people.  What’s especially worrisome is that the Salmonella Heidelberg strains that hundred of people have come into contact with are resistant to common antibiotics. An ongoing investigation conducted by the CDC shows a likely link between this outbreak and… Read More »

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Attorney Discusses Fire Risks Seniors Face

By Ian Silverthorne |

Recently, an 89-year-old veteran died in a fire that swept through his house.  According to news sources, the house didn’t have functioning smoke detectors and the interior was described “pack-rat conditions.” This tragedy is a stark reminder of the risks that seniors face from house fires.  According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), people… Read More »

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14 Year Old Injured in Crosswalk Accident

By Ian Silverthorne |

Santa Ana, CA – a 14 year-old girl was struck by two vehicles while attempting to cross the street near the intersection of 17th and Bristol in Santa Ana. Our personal injury attorney reports that she ran into the intersection on a red light trying to make it to her honors class at Santa… Read More »

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How to Deal With Car Fires

By Ian Silverthorne |

Burn injuries can happen in multiple places, anywhere there are hot liquids, gases, smoke and flame. Though people don’t often associate their vehicles with burn injury risks, a vehicular collision can easily lead to a fire-related injury. Statistical overview According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), fire departments responded to a little over… Read More »

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