CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: What We Are Doing to Protect Our Clients

Articles Tagged with Sacramento personal injury attorney

Managing Pain With an App

Do you need help managing your pain? Now there’s an app for it. If you own a smartphone, a pain management app can be inexpensive and readily available to help decrease chronic pain through self-awareness and coping skills. It also provides access to social and professional support.

Soak Up the Last Days of Summer this Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day is upon us, and many see it as the unofficial end of summer. That’s because the three-day holiday weekend marks the end of the summer season, while many fall activities like school and sports begin.

Construction on New Sacramento County Courthouse Begins

After constantly being stalled by a funding crisis and getting bumped for other courthouse projects, construction finally began on the new 18-story state-of-the-art court facility in Sacramento County. The new downtown Sacramento superior courthouse will significantly expand the county’s court system.

Hit-and-Run Driver on Watt Avenue Leaves Injured Rider

A motorcyclist hit-and-run that resulted in injuries was reported in Sacramento on July 7. The crash involved the motorcycle and a motor vehicle along Watt Avenue at the crossroads with San Lucas Way in Arden-Arcade shortly after 4:00 p.m. When officers with the California Highway Patrol (CHP) arrived, the motorcyclist had pulled to the right-hand side of the roadway, and traffic was not blocked. 

Tesla Model 3 Subscription Service Expands to Sacramento

If you’ve always wanted to drive a Tesla but can’t afford to buy one, here’s your chance. California-based company Autonomy is offering its Tesla Model 3 electric vehicles to customers through a subscription-based program. Autonomy CEO and founder Scott Painter said the goal of the subscription is to lower the cost of owning an electric car.

Contact Information