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Are Accidental Fires Really an "Accident"?

Do the words that fire departments use when they describe a fire diminish the fact that fires are almost entirely preventable?  Are accidental fires really just an “accident”?  There are questions being posed by Fire Engineering, a website dedicated to firefighting and fire prevention education.  Some of the sentiments expressed in the article will be very interesting to California fire and explosion lawyers. Typically, when......
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How Health Fitness Centers Can Avoid Premises Liability Lawsuits

Recreational and health fitness centers like sports clubs are very successful in California. However, these facilities are not without their dangers and risks. Injury risks can lurk in the form of defective sports or gym equipment, slip and fall risks and other factors. Athletic Business has the following tips for owners and operators of sports and fitness centers to avoid liability. Your facility must be......
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Most Dangerous Roads in California Made Worse by Negligent Driving

The Scripps Howard News Service has compiled a list of the most dangerous roads in the country. The list is categorized by county, and is based on a survey of 562,712 fatal automobile accidents between 1994 and 2008. Auto accident lawyers in California will not be surprised to know that 50 percent of the list comprises of highways in California. The number one spot on......
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What You Should Know About Dog Attacks

With over 4.7 million fatal dog attacks and bites  being reported in the US every year, and California leading the way with the highest number of dog attack-related injuries, it’s time to put “man’s best friend” in a new perspective. That can seem hard to do in a canine crazy country like ours. Dog enthusiasts insist that there’s no such thing as a “dangerous dog,” and while it’s difficult......
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