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May 2013 Archives

California court to hear distracted driving law challenge

The Fifth District Court of Appeal in California will be hearing a case challenging the state's cellphone restrictions. The case was brought as a challenge to a traffic ticket that a man recieved after police observed him looking at the map application on his smartphone while sitting in a traffic jam. 

Safety first for Memorial day boating in San Diego

As the long weekend quickly approaches, San Diego residents and visitors are looking forward to a relaxing weekend on the beach or out on the water. In preparation, the United States Coast Guard is reminding California residents of some important safety measures to take over the holiday weekend. 

Postal Service issues warnings about California dog bites

One city in California lead the nation last year in the number of dog bites suffered by United States Postal Service workers. Out of a nationwide total of 5,879 workers who were attacked by dogs last year, the city of Los Angeles, California was responsible for 69 of those injuries.

NHL facing accusations of negligence in brain injury suit

We have written several times in the past about the dangers associated with contact sports and the risk of concussions and traumatic brain injuries. In recent years, this has been a growing concern as professional athletes speak out about the harm to their neurological systems during their time on the field.

After a car accident, even minor pain should be checked out

Reality television star Kendra Wilkinson was hospitalized but sustained only minor injuries in a car accident in California recently. The television personality told fans that she was in shock and experiencing some soreness after being involved in the car accident. No one else was reported to have been injured and it is not clear what the causes of the accident were.

Are driverless cars trustworthy?

Driverless cars are now legal on the road in California and although they are not yet on the market, the technology has influenced models that California drivers are currently using. For example, the automatic breaking technology that allows a driverless car to stop without instruction is also available on some models of cars today as an add-on safety feature to secure against an accident when a driver is unable to apply the brakes in time.

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