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  • Holidays Visits Are Ideal Time to Check for Signs of Elder Abuse
    Holidays Visits Are Ideal Time to Check for Signs of Elder Abuse

    If you plan to visit a loved one in a nursing home or assisted living facility this holiday season, you may want to check for signs of elder abuse. Unfortunately, neglect, abuse, and exploitation are ...

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  • Good News: Motor Vehicle Fatalities Decline
    Good News: Motor Vehicle Fatalities Decline

    The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently announced some good news about road safety in the United States. In 2013, traffic deaths declined 3.1 percent from the prior ...

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  • NTSB Recommends Sweeping Cell Phone Ban for Drivers
    NTSB Recommends Sweeping Cell Phone Ban for Drivers

    As you may have heard, the National Transportation Safety Board recently recommended a nationwide ban on the use of cell phones and text messaging devices while driving. As San Diego personal injury ...

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  • Are You Prepared for Winter Driving?
    Are You Prepared for Winter Driving?

    In San Diego, the temperature rarely dips below 40 degrees, even in the months of December and January. However, you do not have to drive very far to experience cold, snowy, and icy conditions. To ...

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  • Could Your Medications Be Putting You at Risk for Stroke?
    Could Your Medications Be Putting You at Risk for Stroke?

    As San Diego injury attorneys, we are concerned by a new report that suggests that the sodium levels in many popular medications could be putting patients at risk for stroke. The study, which was ...

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  • Ride-On Toys Can Pose Serious Injury Risks
    Ride-On Toys Can Pose Serious Injury Risks

    If you plan to buy your child a “ride-on” toy this holiday season, it is important to consider the risks. A new study suggests that these popular toys could be to blame for a recent rise in child ...

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