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5 Factors That Affect Bicycle Accident Compensation In California
Cycling is an increasingly popular mode of transportation in California. Although cyclists make up less than 1% of total commuters across the United States, a concerted effort to create bike...
Observations From The Murdaugh Murder Trial And Conviction Appeal
The six-week trial of Alex Murdaugh has come to an end but discussions about the highly publicized double murders are far from over. Frederick Penney of Penney & Associates has...
How Safe Are Air Sports?
The exhilarating activities draw millions of participants every year, but they come with inherent risks. Air sports are thrilling activities that involve using an aircraft or another type of aerial...
The Answers To 5 Common Questions About The Camp Lejeune Lawsuits
As of Feb. 10, 2023, 105 lawsuits have been filed in North Carolina federal court under the Camp Lejeune Justice Act. On the same date, thousands of administrative claims expired...
Was Your Slip And Fall The Fault Of Someone Else?
Slip-and-fall accidents can be life-altering, causing serious injuries that may require extensive medical care and lead to lost wages, steep medical bills, as well as other damages. Unfortunately, these accidents...
Top Tips for Safe Driving in Snow and Ice
Do you know what to do if you catch a skid? Here’s what the experts say about driving safely this winter. Nearly 70% of the US population lives in snowy...
How Dangerous Is Riding A Snowmobile?
Snowmobile accidents claim around 200 lives a year. Here are the facts about this popular winter sport. As temperatures drop and snow accumulates, more than 2 million people of all...
10 Interesting Facts About Escalator Accidents
The first operational escalator was an amusement ride at Coney Island, the theme park in New York. Patented in 1892, it signaled the beginning of a new era. Now, they...