Did you fall after parking your automobile in a parking lot? Embarrassment always sets in when you slip and fall onto the ground, but oftentimes it is followed by extreme pain and the realization that you have been seriously injured.
Amputation can be a result of any number of reasons. Some examples include a motor vehicle accident, a defective product, medical malpractice or a dog attack.
According to the California Highway Patrol, a 59-year old woman and her 82-year old husband were driving in the City of Joshua Tree when their truck collided with another vehicle, causing the truck to overturn and eject the man from the vehicle.
For unknown reasons a woman, who authorities believe to be about 50 years old, attempted to cross Interstate 10 in Rialto the other morning.
A 34-year old out-of-town trucker unloading his cargo in Chino recently was killed during the process.
Thousands and thousands of people die every year in the United States from medical malpractice. Although health care providers and hospitals are usually skilled and dedicated to their patient's care, they sometimes make unreasonable mistakes. Unfortunately, the consequences of a medical error can be devastating to the patient and their family.
A catastrophic injury occurs without notice. There are numerous ways it can occur, which include, but are not limited to:
If a motor vehicle struck you or a family member while you were crossing the street, an inattentive driver is most likely to blame.
A 68-year old San Bernardino man was killed when he swerved off Interstate 210 in Rancho Cucamonga and hit a metal pole - injuring his 14-year old passenger was injured. The pole fell into the traffic lanes and triggered a SigAlert.
A 14-year old skateboarder, who at first was walking along a street near Fontana, decided to get onto his skateboard in a traffic lane directly in front of an SUV. The area does not have paved sidewalks - only dirt.
A 17-year old playing around on her skateboard the other evening was critically injured when a motorcycle struck her in San Bernardino.
It is important to have four good tires on your vehicle; they are critical to the safe operation of that vehicle. What happens when your tires have a defect?
Calico was more than a ghost town over the weekend; it was the scene of a fatal off-road accident also. A 42-year old man was pronounced dead late Saturday night when his off-road vehicle crashed and killed him.
Street racing in San Bernardino the other night caused the death of a 25-year old woman who was at the wrong place at the wrong time.
The California Highway Patrol reported that a 25-year old motorcyclist who was speeding on Interstate 15 was killed when he struck a big-rig truck. Reports indicate he may have been trying to pass the truck. The driver of the flatbed big-rig left the scene of the accident, leaving the victim who sustained fatal injuries.
When an individual slips and falls, what is a property owner's responsibility?
San Bernardino freeway accidents often result in catastrophic injuries because of the speed of the vehicles involved. Many accidents are caused by fast-moving vehicles veering out of control; rear-end crashes, head-on collisions, and big-rig trucks traveling all over the freeway.
Nissan has issued a recall for approximately 23,000 Quest minivans manufactured from July 2010 through February 2012 due to a fuel delivery problem that could cause the vehicle to stall.
The weekend ended very sadly for two small children who were killed when the car they were riding in crashed into the back of a tractor-trailer.
The San Bernardino County Coroner's office announced that a 21-year old transient was hit by a vehicle alongside Interstate 10 in Colton the other morning.