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July 2014 Archives

Auto crash kills a 4-year-old pedestrian boy in Los Angeles


Death is inevitable, but the demise of a person due to someone else's negligence is a different matter. In California, specifically in Los Angeles, readers understand that some deaths can be prevented by exercising caution. For example, many auto crashes that resulted in death could have been prevented, if the driver who caused that crash: followed traffic rules or regulations, drove sober or yielded to another driver.

Accident involving Tesla kills three in Palmdale


With the car industry producing more fuel-efficient vehicles -- including electric and hybrid cars -- safety devices are also becoming bigger features, with advances coming in new automatic braking systems, lane drift warning devices and so on. Even with advances in technology, however, drivers must still concentrate on traffic and highway conditions whenever they are on the road. They are also required to follow state traffic laws, avoid driving while intoxicated and respect other drivers' rights on the road. Still, car accidents occur every day on California's streets and highways, injuring and killing drivers, passengers and pedestrians.

New study suggests brain injury could lead to Alzheimer's disease


The subject of brain injury has become a frequent news topic over the last decade as the consequences of seemingly minor blows to the head have sometimes shown themselves to be debilitating and life altering. Such cases are common in contact sports and with military personnel serving in combat zones. Californians are aware that a serious brain injury can follow from even a simple concussion. Brain injury symptoms may only be evident after days or weeks, but symptoms, such as vomiting and loss of consciousness, can indicate trauma that could eventually lead to paralysis, coma or death.

Construction workers suffer job injuries in 405 accident


Californians do their jobs in a variety of working environments. Many work in offices and face very low risks of injury or death. Others, however, work in industries or fields where they are routinely exposed to several risks. The construction industry is one those. These workers handle machinery and heavy equipment in hazardous environment that present the risk of on-the-job injuries. When they are injured doing their jobs, they can rely on workers' compensation to help them cover some of the expenses that inevitably follow.

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