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January 2012 Archives

Study: Children may suffer long-term effects of brain injuries

Previously, doctors and researchers believed that young children were better able to recover from traumatic brain injuries than older children and adults, due largely to the "plastic" nature of a young child's brain as it continues to develop. According to a new study, however, that may not be the case.

Boy fatally chokes on pushpin, family files wrongful death suit

No parent should have to deal with the premature death of their young child. Sometimes these unfortunate incidents are accidental; other times they are wrongfully inflicted upon the victim and their family. In any case, though, the victim's family wants to know how and why their young one passed away so needlessly.

Passengers increase distraction, crash risk for teenage drivers

It is not really surprising that teenagers are involved in a disproportionate number of car accidents in California and throughout the U.S. But according to two new studies, the driver's inexperience is not solely to blame for the high accident rate. Teenage drivers are most likely to be involved in car crashes when they have other teenage passengers in their vehicles.

California women face manslaughter charges in pit bull death

A California mother and daughter are facing criminal charges after the death of an elderly woman who was attacked by the family's two dogs earlier this year. The women previously pleaded not guilty to the lesser charges against them, but it is not yet known how they will react to the additional charge.

Strong traffic safety laws result in fewer accident deaths

It may seem like a no-brainer, but a new report is claiming that the states with the safest roads are those with the strongest traffic safety laws. Specifically, California and the 17 other states that ranked the highest in the annual report from the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety also spend the least on car, truck and motorcycle accidents and related costs.

California man faces felony dog bite charge after pit bull attack

A elderly California man is recovering from several deep leg wounds he suffered in an attack by a pit bull on his driveway. Now, the dog's owner is facing felony dog bite charges for failing to keep his dangerous dog properly leashed on the afternoon of the attack.

Teenage girl injured in California motorcycle accident

When we write about motorcycle accidents in this personal injury blog, they usually involve a crash between a car and a motorcycle. More often than not, they involve some level of carelessness on the part of the car's driver and result in significant injury to the motorcyclist. But in a recent motorcycle accident in California, none of those common characteristics were present.

Are NFL players aware of brain injury risk? Part one

In recent months, we have written multiple blog posts on the pending lawsuits filed by several former professional football players against the National Football League. In those suits, the plaintiffs accused the NFL of negligently or purposely ignoring the potential for brain injury to football players, causing them to suffer concussions and other head trauma that has already or likely will lead to long-term brain injuries. You can read more about those head injury lawsuits in our earlier blog posts.

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