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  • Recalled Trek Bicycles Pose Fall Risk
    Recalled Trek Bicycles Pose Fall Risk

    With California leading the country in fatal crashes, San Diego cyclists have enough to worry about on our roadways. They should not have to contend with defective equipment. However, thousands of ...

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  • San Diego Hospitals Fined for Patient Safety Lapses
    San Diego Hospitals Fined for Patient Safety Lapses

    Fourteen California hospitals were recently fined a total of $913,550 for patient safety issues. All of the hospitals were fined after investigations by the California Department of Public Health ...

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  • Super Bowl Safety: Fans Don't Let Fans Drink and Drive
    Super Bowl Safety: Fans Don't Let Fans Drink and Drive

    Because it's the biggest football game of the season, many of us attend Super Bowl parties even if we don’t have a team in the game. In addition to the action on the field, there is always good food ...

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  • California Bill Seeks to Further Restrict Teen Drivers
    California Bill Seeks to Further Restrict Teen Drivers

    Despite targeted safety campaigns, motor vehicle crashes are still the leading cause of death for U.S. teens. In fact, six teens ages 16 to 19 die every day from collisions on our roadways. Studies ...

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  • Honda Recalling 650K Defective Odyssey Minivans
    Honda Recalling 650K Defective Odyssey Minivans

    Many San Diego families rely on minivans to transport children to and from school, sports, and other activities. That’s why it is particularly concerning that Honda is recalling nearly 650,000 Odyssey ...

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  • New Federal Regulations Bolster Rights of Nursing Home Residents
    New Federal Regulations Bolster Rights of Nursing Home Residents

    The federal government is in the process of overhauling its nursing home regulations. Overall, the changes are good news for nursing home residents and their families. As we have previously discussed ...

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