Articles Tagged with Orangevale Personal Injury Lawyer

Driver Safety Concerns in California Studied in Statewide Poll

Driver Safety Concerns in California Studied in Statewide Poll

I’m Ed Smith, an Orangevale personal injury lawyer. Motor vehicle fatalities went down in 2017 from the previous year from 3,680 to 3,564. Because 94 percent of all traffic accidents are caused by driver error, learning how to avoid these mistakes can improve a motorist’s chance of getting to their destination safely. In addition to driver error, there are also other concerns by California motorists about threats to their safety while on the road. Let’s look at some of the concerns motorists have when they take to the road.

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Speeding Increases the Risk of Fatalities

I’m Ed Smith, an Orangevale personal injury lawyer. Speeding is dangerous and is involved as a factor in 33 percent of all fatal accidents. It’s important to know that exceeding the speed limit increases the risk of fatalities in a crash incrementally. In other words, the faster the vehicle, the more likely fatalities will occur in an accident.

Tips on Protecting Yourself From Dog Bites

Tips on Protecting Yourself From Dog Bites

I’m Ed Smith, an Orangevale personal injury lawyer. Dog bites are fairly common. About, 4.5 million men, women and children suffer dog bites annually in the United States. Whether you are a mail man or a jogger, knowing how to protect yourself from a potential dog bite is critical.

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Sacramento County Sheriff’s – Youth Gang Intervention

A $747,000 grant has been awarded to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department.  This is a two-year Community Oriented Police Services (COPS) grant for an Anti-Gang Initiative.  The grant will provide funding to the Sheriff’s Youth Service Unit.  Specifically, it will provide two full-time deputies for two years.  Prior to the grant, six deputies and one sergeant have been servicing the Youth Services Unit.