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September 2013 Archives

Former Bears player sues NFL for brain injuries.


Being injured at work can be a scary and life changing event. Those that are professional athletes encounter risks and dangers during practice and play. These dangers could mean serious injuries that could affect their career and their long-term health.

UCLA wide receiver struck and killed in traffic accident


A 20-year-old freshman wide receiver for the UCLA football team was killed in a recent car accident in San Clemente, California. The football player was pronounced dead on the scene. The car accident occurred around 1:30 in the morning when the football playing was struck by the vehicle while walking.. According to report's, the driver of the vehicle stopped and stayed with the player and contacted the authorities. The accident is currently under police investigation, and no one has been arrested as of publication.

Los Angeles named as one of the least safe cities to drive in


Recently, Allstate America's Best Drivers report named Los Angeles as one of the least safe cities to drive in due to a high occurrence of car accidents. The city joins Philadelphia, San Francisco, Newark, and Miami on the bottom of the list of cities with the safest drivers. Incidentally, all of these locations are among the nation's largest cities, meaning that higher population may be a factor in the occurrence of car accidents. The report surveyed Allstate insurance claims over 2011 and 2012 in 200 of the country's largest cities to determine which cities have the largest number of crashes. Allstate accounts for about 10 percent of all drivers nationwide. The report names Washington D.C. as the least safe area in the country for drivers, and northern Colorado as the safest.

Grandparents of 8-year-old boy file suit for wrongful death


The maternal grandparents of an 8-year-old boy from Palmdale, California who was allegedly murdered by his mother and her boyfriend have filed a wrongful death suit against several Los Angeles county agencies, including those responsible for investigating incidents of child abuse at the home. The wrongful death suit alleges that child welfare workers illegally removed the boy from the grandparents' home, where he had lived for most of his life, and placed him with his mother, and that the agencies failed to properly investigate over 60 incidents of child abuse. The boy was found at his mother's home with a fractured skull, three broken ribs, and burns on his body. The boy suffered two knocked out teeth, and BB pellets were found in his lung and groin. He died soon afterwards.

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