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When distracted driving veers your way

One of the baseline recommendations for safe driving is to keep your eyes on the road. Unfortunately, not every driver heeds this warning. Perhaps you have been the victim of a car accident in which the driver was texting or otherwise not paying attention. You might even be the family member of a person who died because of an injury that resulted from an accident caused by distracted driving. It is sad to think that the damage and heartache caused by many of these accidents was preventable.

Has a traumatic brain injury impacted your life?

Your brain serves as one of the most important parts of your body. It controls your abilities to carry out the majority of your functions and essentially live your life. When an issue arises with your brain, you could suffer considerably negative impacts, and your life could change significantly. Unfortunately, a sudden event could easily result in your suffering brain damage.

Reading, 'Riting, 'Rithmetic and ... Road Rules?

Now that school is back in session in California, your morning commute probably just got a whole lot busier. Whether you're a parent hoping to keep your little ones safe as you drop them off at school or you're just trying to make it to work on time, the roads are suddenly much more congested.

When personal products become personal problems, who's to blame?

When you buy any type of consumer product, you expect that it is safe to use. When these products cause harm to you and your family, you may be frustrated and overwhelmed by what to do next. Someone is responsible for what happened to you – the question is who. 

Exhaustion can kill: The dangers of drowsy driving

In addition to both distraction and impairment due to drugs or alcohol, drowsy driving is one of the leading causes of motor vehicle accidents. Being tired while behind the wheel may not seem like a dangerous behavior, but it is actually quite risky, and it can significantly increase your chances of being involved in an accident.