Workman’s Compensation and COVID in California

This past year has redefined a lot of things we usually take for granted. We’ve experienced new definitions of work, and even health, in general. Between telecommuting, staggered shifts, and…

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Slip and Falls in Private Homes

Slips and falls are serious anywhere, but if you concentrate just on occurrences in private homes, an arresting statistic jumps out right away- falls are responsible for 50% of all…

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Five Things to Check Before a Car Trip

Before a long car ride, we are talking anywhere from 100 miles and up, there are things to check out. Having a good mechanic is key if you are lucky…

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Staying Safe at Amusement Parks

Every family knows the joys of a day at the amusement park – the thrill of the rollercoasters, the taste of fried foods and sweets, and the splashy fun of…

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Mold and LA Renters — Know Your Rights

You may have heard of “mold growth” in passing. Depending on the situation, the story you heard may have been about a simple annoyance, a house deal that fell through,…

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Hellcats and Risky Driving

As Americans, and especially Californians, a lot of us love fast cars. But what happens when the speeds of our cars surpass the safety training of the average driver? Let’s…

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Scooter Safety

Since the program began in 2018, when the city of Los Angeles legalized scooters and made a plan to distribute more, they have been a ubiquitous addition to the city…

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Looking Out for Motorcycles

In 2019, the number of deaths caused by motorcycles was found to be 29 times that of deaths caused by cars. Motorcycles can go very fast, they have no sides…

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Car Crashes and Pedestrians in LA

Every year, we check over grim statistics about car accidents, fatalities, damages, and injuries. We always hope that the number will go down, that we will have learned something from…

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Mold and LA Renters — Know Your Rights

You may have heard of “mold growth” in passing. Depending on the situation, the story you heard may have been about a simple annoyance, a house deal that fell through,…

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