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Why do so many slip, trip, and fall accidents often happen in grocery stores and supermarkets?

Grocery stores are widely relied upon in the Walnut Creek area. While many people are no longer visiting shopping malls during the COVID-19 pandemic, they are still getting to the grocery store to purchase food and essential items. It's absolutely critical that grocery store management and employees go above and beyond to ensure the safety...

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Best ways to avoid being hurt in a motorcycle crash

There is no greater freedom on the road than riding a motorcycle. While riding can be a great way to enjoy the open road, it comes with its own set of risks. Unlike drivers of car and trucks, motorcyclists don't have the protection of seatbelts and airbags, making them more susceptible to serious and life-threatening...

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What are the risky behaviors drivers engage in -- despite knowing they’re dangerous?

According to a recent study conducted by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, drivers who were involved in crashes within the last two years are more likely to engage in risky driving behavior, despite being aware of the consequences. “The frequency of drivers in the United States engaging in improper behavior is too high. While...

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How does California's dram shop law work?

Drunk drivers injure and kill thousands of people across California each year. According to state crash data, nearly a third of all statewide traffic fatalities involved a drunk driver. In most states, bars, liquor stores, restaurants and other establishments can be held accountable when they serve minors or impaired people who then cause someone's injury...

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How to stay safe when riding a bicycle

Bicycle sales have risen sharply amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Bloomberg. With California gyms and fitness clubs currently closed, many people are turning to cycling to maintain their fitness and stay healthy. Moreover, children who are out of school and won't be attending any extracurricular events are cycling more often around their neighborhoods. Commuters may...

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California's average speed up 30% during lockdown

California residents have been urged to stay home as much as possible due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Under Executive Order N-33-20, issued by Governor Gavin Newsom, only essential businesses will remain open until life gets back to normal. As a result of this statewide shutdown, California roads are far less congested, though some areas around...

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What happens when you file a personal injury lawsuit?

For most people, the possibility of filing a car accident lawsuit isn't top of mind. It’s a rather foreign process for those who have never done it before. Injuries caused by negligence can come without warning, however. The attorneys at Clancy & Diaz often represent clients who were hurt in traffic collisions, slip and fall...

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Pedestrian collisions exceed California's 2018 estimate

States are required to establish yearly traffic fatality and injury targets in order to receive funding from the federal Highway Safety Improvement Program. This includes setting targets for pedestrian collisions. The funding is used for safety-related projects such as infrastructure improvement. Eighteen states have set targets for "non-motorized user" fatalities and injuries in 2018, including...

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App shows how many distracted drivers at any given time

For more than a decade, California law (Section 23123) has prohibited drivers from using cellphones to talk or engage in text-based communication on public roads. Drivers are only allowed to use cellphones that are connected to hands-free devices or for emergency purposes. Drivers who are caught violating this law could face a $20 fine for a...

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