When you purchase a product or receive a product as a gift, you assume that the product is safe to use. If you follow the instructions, the product should perform safely. Sadly, thousands of people are injured or killed each year in unintentional accidents related to household products. Some of these accidents occur because the
An update to a tragic story in Stockton last month sheds light on what happened with a Good Smartian tried to help another driver on Interstate 5 near Weber Avenue. A car was stalled in the far left lane of Interstate 5. Two people pulled over to help the driver of the stalled vehicle. After several minutes, another vehicle approached the scene but did not stop before striking the stalled vehicle. The stalled vehicle and the other vehicle hit both Good Samaritans who were standing near the center median. One victim sustained life-threatening injuries and was transported to the hospital for medical care. Authorities believed the other woman had been thrown into the water. The next day, boats from the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s office were used to search the Stockton Channel where the woman was believed to have been through over the freeway bridge railing. Her body was discovered Monday.
Slips and falls happen in California grocery stores every day. In many cases, a few bruises and bumps are the only injuries sustained. However, some people suffer more serious injuries when they fall in a Stockton grocery store. When a severe injury occurs, the victim may need the assistance of a Stockton slip and fall attorney to file a claim with the grocery store’s insurance provider. If you fell in the grocery store, are you wondering if you have a valid injury claim? Call Torem & Associates at (559) 500-5000 or 1-800-954-4444 to schedule a free consultation with one of our lawyers. Our experienced lawyers will review your claim free of charge and advise you of your options and legal rights.
In 2016, drunk drivers took the lives of 10,497 people in DUI accidents. Traffic-related fatalities attributed to alcohol-impaired accidents totaled 28 percent of all traffic fatalities that year. Approximately every 50 minutes, someone died in a DUI accident in the United States during 2016. However, alcohol is not the only caused of impaired-driving accidents. Drugged driving also injuries thousands of people each year.