Keyless Cars and the Risk of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Keyless Cars and the Risk of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Keyless ignitions on new vehicles have gained in popularity in recent years, but a startling report from the New York Times reveals something alarming: Dozens of people have been killed from carbon monoxide poisoning after they did not turn off the keyless ignition on their car. The Times report notes that Read More

How California’s State Laws Compare to Others in the Nation

How California's State Laws Compare to Others in the Nation

After a resurgence in U.S. traffic deaths -- up to 100 lives per day -- a major auto safety advocacy group issued a report card last month identifying the states doing the most and least to improve highway safety. For Californians, the news was largely good: The Golden State was one of six states ranked as having the most protective road safety laws, Read More

Los Angeles Claims to Be Bike-Friendly – the Numbers Say Otherwise

Cycling is growing in popularity in Los Angeles. People enjoy cycling to get exercise, enjoy the balmy weather, reduce traffic and carbon emissions. But these benefits come with risks. Los Angeles poses many serious risks for cyclists that can sometimes result in grave injury or even death. A recent case involved a 62-year-old Porter Ranch man who was riding his bike in a bike lane on Reseda Blvd. He hit a broken piece of pavement that had been ...

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MTBIs Endanger Accident Victims of Every Age Group

California Personal Injury Attorney

Each year, more than one million Americans of all ages are admitted to emergency departments with symptoms of concussions or other mild traumatic brain injuries (MTBIs). Most are treated and released the same day. But will these victims experience ongoing cognitive problems over the long term? And what difference, if any, do the victims’ ages make when it comes to MTBI? At Neale & Fhima, we ...

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