Bender & Gritz, APLC
Get A Free Consultation
Call Our Injury Lawyers In San Diego
619-515-0222

November 2016 Archives

Dealing with dog bites

Dogs are the most popular pets in the world, however, they have the potential to attack. This means someone could be seriously injured and may require expensive medical care. This could result in injury and lost wages. In the worst cases, this could even lead to death. The question here is whether the owner knew that the dog was prone to attacking or not.

Does breed determine aggression?

People commonly believe Pit bulls and Rottweilers are naturally aggressive, dangerous and something to be feared. However, Bristol University School of Veterinary Sciences conducted a study in 2014 that found breed does not predispose dogs to aggressive behavior. In fact, the school concluded the owners' behaviors were a much better indicator for predicting aggression in a dog.

With 2015 rise in traffic deaths, safety tech should be standard

In the U.S., the number of fatal motor vehicle accidents has been trending downward since the 1970s. Much of that reduction has traditionally been attributed to a combination of multiple factors. The government and insurance companies began running safety tests on cars and reporting the results to both the manufacturers and the public. Roadway design has become safer. Highway and interstate speed limits were implemented across the nation. Seatbelts were made standard.

Are golf carts on city streets dangerous? Are they even legal?

It's not news that seniors across the Sun Belt have given up their cars in favor of golf carts. Because of their lower cost and environmental friendliness, however, it's no longer just senior citizens who love driving them -- they seem to be everywhere these days.

Do I Have A Case?

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

EMAIL US FOR A RESPONSE

Contact

Bender & Gritz, APLC
350 10th Avenue, Suite 900
San Diego, CA 92101

Telephone: 619-515-0222
Toll Free: 866-603-7941
Fax: 855-515-0221
San Diego Law Office Map

Review Us