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Articles Tagged with e-scooter

In recent months and years, e-scooters have been growing in popularity among residents of Rancho Bernardo and throughout Southern California. While e-scooters can serve as a convenient mode of transportation and can be exciting for recreation, e-scooters have also proven to be extremely dangerous. According to a recent study conducted at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and published in the peer-reviewed journal PLOS One, the injury rate for riders of e-scooters in certain parts of Southern California “was higher than the national rates for riders of motorcycles, bicycles and cars, and pedestrians.” In other words, the overall rate of e-scooter accidents has been extremely high.

What do you need to know about e-scooter injuries and filing a personal injury claim after an e-scooter accident?

E-Scooters Continue to “Proliferate,” According to Study

nathan-dumlao-1064615-unsplash-copy-200x300Whether you live in San Marcos or elsewhere in the San Diego County area, it is important to know about electric scooters and the personal injury risks they pose. According to a recent news release from the University of California, new research suggests that e-scooters are tied to high rates of traumatic brain injury (TBI), broken bones, and dislocated joints. Those who sustain these types of injuries on e-scooters require medical attention, and some seemingly less serious injuries also require riders to seek treatment in an emergency department.

Why are e-scooters dangerous, and how should residents around San Diego County respond?

New Study Ties Electric Scooters to Serious Personal Injuries

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