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Revealing Risk: Hundreds of Accidents Linked to Revel Scooters

There’s a new danger coming to roads near you. Revel, the rentable electric moped company that first got its start in New York City, has recently expanded into San Francisco and the Berkeley area. The company aims to help minimize the traffic congestion that’s long plagued the region and fill a gap in the “micromobility” …

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Watsonville Man Dies After Single Punch To The Head

After an apparent “act of random violence,” a Watsonville man has died after getting punched in the face. On December 2nd, the unidentified victim was allegedly confronted by suspect Jose Figueroa Gonzalez in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant in Watsonville. The argument escalated, and police allege Gonzalez threw a single punch, hitting …

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Child Killed in Crosswalk Crash: The Dangers of Biking in Crosswalks

One of the first road safety tips any child learns is to cross the street at a crosswalk. It’s as fundamental as looking both ways. When biking, unfortunately, this safety tip isn’t always enough to keep children safe; recently, the Bascon family of Costa Mesa learned this in a tragic fashion. Noel Bascon, a 12-year-old …

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California Votes Yes On Riskier Rideshares With Prop 22 Passage

This election cycle has been dramatic in many ways. While the presidential race has occupied much of the media’s attention, it’s not the only meaningful vote that occurred early this November. On the same ballot, California voters had the opportunity to decide on a measure known as “Proposition 22.” This proposition, which was heavily lobbied …

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California Cyclist Killed In Collision With Police Car

On October 11, 2020, at around 9:00 in the evening, a bicyclist was hit and killed by an Anderson, California Police car. The incident occurred just south of Thomas Road on Highway 273. The person killed was riding a bike in the fast lane before being struck by an officer driving an Anderson Police car. …

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COVID-19 Is Encouraging New Brain Injury Research

The global pandemic has resulted in a significant increase in medical research for obvious reasons. The novel coronavirus has encouraged spending on research regarding infectious diseases, lung problems, heart and vascular damage, and more. There are so many potential complications caused by this disease that most medical fields are seeing at least some increase in …

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The Long Road Ahead: Recovering from a Car Accident Brain Injury

Not many people take concussions as seriously as these injuries deserve. Concussions are a relatively common injury, and many people consider them an uncomfortable but temporary problem. That’s not the case. The medical term for concussions is traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), which helps underline the severity of even a “mild” concussion. Even the least debilitating …

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What Counts as Wrongful Death? More Than You’d Think

Losing a loved one is always difficult. Grieving is hard, even when a loved one’s death was expected. If you’ve lost someone close to you in an accident, however, you’re going through a uniquely painful experience. Not only have you lost someone before their time, but you also have to live with the knowledge that …

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