Category Archives: Laws

July 2014 Personal Injury News

Our monthly personal injury news report below will help keep you up-to-date on local lawsuits and important product recalls: Local Lawsuits The Federal Trade Commission is suing Amazon.com over mobile purchases made by children. The FTC filed a complaint against Amazon earlier this summer, claiming that the company had failed to acquire customer consent for the...
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Pedestrian Rights & Responsibilities on Crosswalks

It’s well known that pedestrians have the right-of-way when crossing the street via a marked or unmarked crosswalk (subject to signals and other laws). While it isn’t legally required, it is critical for pedestrian safety to make eye contact with the driver of any approaching vehicles. This is necessary to determine whether the driver...
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January 2014 Personal Injury News

For your safety, and that of your friends and loved ones, it’s important to stay in the know about your rights in cases of personal injury. Once each month, we will be updating this blog with brief snippets of personal injury news to shed light on happenings nearby and around the world.

Local Lawsuit

In local news,...
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What is The Law on Yielding in an Uncontrolled Intersection?

Scenario: You’re approaching an intersection in your vehicle, and the intersection does not have a traffic light, stop sign, or any other light or sign to control traffic. You notice that one or two other vehicles are traveling at about the same speed as you are, and you will probably reach the intersection at the...
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