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Safety Recalls Affecting Valley Center Residents

Consumers in Valley Center and throughout Southern California should be able to purchase products without worrying that a safety defect will cause serious or life-threatening injuries. However, product defects happen much more often than they should, and consumers often do not learn about recalls until other people have gotten hurt.…

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Self-Driving Vehicles and Car Accident Risks in Rancho Bernardo

If you live in Rancho Bernardo and regularly commute within the San Diego area, you probably know that self-driving cars have become a frequent topic of conversation and concern in California. Many Southern California residents are not yet ready to share the road with autonomous vehicles, while others in the…

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Traumatic Brain Injuries Linked to Intestinal Damage

We often hear about the long-term risks of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in Poway and elsewhere in the San Diego area, such as chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), particularly among athletes in contact sports who have sustained multiple concussions. Can head injury risks lead to other types of physical injuries, as…

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Most Dangerous Intersections in San Diego

Intersections located in Escondido, Chula Vista, and Hillcrest are among the most dangerous places for a pedestrian to cross the street in the San Diego area, according to a recent report from CBS 8 News. The report discusses a new study that “is shedding light on pedestrian safety across San…

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Is Marijuana a Factor in San Marcos Car Accidents?

As many residents of San Marcos know, California law allows adults aged 21 and older to buy, possess, and consume marijuana as long as it is one ounce or less in a private residents or in an area in which marijuana consumption is legal. In addition, the law permits adults…

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Drugged Driving Accidents in Encinitas

When you live in Encinitas or in a nearby part of North County, you likely know about the risks of alcohol-impaired driving. We often hear about DUI laws in California and the serious consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)…

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What Should Vista Residents Know About Dog Bites?

Are there certain breeds of dogs that pose greater risks of dog bite injuries in Vista, California, than other breeds? According to a recent news release from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), there are breed-specific laws in place throughout the country, including in California, yet these breed-specific laws might…

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New Study Addresses Rising Costs of California Bicycle Accidents

Bicycle accidents in Carlsbad happen more often than they should, and according to a recent study at the UC San Francisco, the costs of bicycle collisions are on the rise. According to a fact sheet from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), trips on bicycles account for…

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21 children injured at San Diego’s Vault PK

Last weekend 21 children ages 5 to 14 were injured when a large wooden viewing platform and staircase collapsed, sending the children to the floor below. In all, 23 people were rushed to local San Diego hospitals, three with spinal injuries. PK Vault is a gymnastics-type facility that offers kids…

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Do Millennials Pay Attention to Product Recalls and Injury Risks?

When product recalls happen in Oceanside, do most North County residents pay attention to these serious warnings? As many Californians know, products can be subject to recall when there is a serious safety defect that can result in serious and even fatal injuries. According to a recent survey conducted by…