Dog attacks often happen very quickly, possibly with little warning. Maybe you're just out for a morning jog, for instance, listening to music on your headphones as you run along the side of the street. Suddenly, an off-leash dog charges out of a yard and comes right at you. Now what?
As a pedestrian, it's natural to have concerns about being struck by a motor vehicle. You understand the impact this could have on your life, so you do your part in remaining safe at all times.
It's easy to believe that all dogs are friendly, but there could come a point when you find that this simply isn't true.
You're walking outside, minding your business, and all of a sudden, you slip. As you hit the ground, it doesn't take long to realize that you've suffered a serious injury.
As a driver, you can become drowsy at any time of the day. While it's most likely during the evening and nighttime hours, there is no way of knowing when your body will need a rest.
While working in construction is extremely rewarding, it's dangerous at the same time. Even though there are safety tips you can follow to avoid trouble, there's no way to entirely eliminate the risk of injury.
No parent wants to learn that their child is being bullied in school, especially if they were bullied when they were young. While there’s more attention to the short- and long-term damage that bullying can do now than there was decades ago, it still occurs every day in school hallways and on playgrounds. Parents should always talk to school administrators, coaches, teachers or other adults who have the authority and ability to prevent it when they learn their child is being bullied.
An “incomprehensible event.”
Many Southern California residents have likely heard the term “premises liability” without fully understanding what it means and why it is legally important.