Bicyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as automobile drivers. The laws say that bike riders must obey traffic signals and ride in the same direction as the flow of traffic. The purpose of California’s bicycle laws is to prevent collisions between bikes and cars, but collisions do occur, and when one does, legal action […]
Archives for November 2009
Yaz tablets, the Ortho Evra patch, and the Nuvaring insert are three types of birth control that are very different from each other in their delivery systems, but all are dangerous drugs.
In California, nearly 1 in 4 drivers are uninsured, even though California law clearly requires all drivers to have proper coverage. More than 3 million California drivers have no insurance. To reduce that number, a state initiative called the California Low Cost Automobile Program began in 2006. The program’s intent is to make minimal insurance […]
The first challenge a spinal cord injury lawyer faces is knowing and understanding the medical terms, physiology and long-term impacts of a spinal cord injury in order to teach this medical field to a jury.
The Toxic Substances Control Act has been on the books since 1976, and it’s done almost nothing to protect Americans from toxic substances. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA has analyzed only 200 of the 80,000 chemicals in use, and has banned only 5.