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Carbon Monoxide Is A Silent Killer, But It Can Be Avoided
Carbon Monoxide Is A Silent Killer, But It Can Be Avoided

Carbon Monoxide is an odorless, tasteless, colorless gas which has the ability to kill you. When home appliances, such as portable generators, are not properly ventilated, the risk of those appliances emitting carbon monoxide gas is present. If you have been exposed to ...

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Blog posts in September, 2012

  • Texting While Driving Is A Distraction No One Can Afford

    Texting is the preferred method of communication by teenagers, who are also one of the major source of texting auto accidents . Nothing seems too ...

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  • An Assault Isn't Just A Crime, But An Act Allowing For Compensation To The Victim

    Assault is a criminal act in California. It is when someone engages in conduct which is likely to result in a violent or forceful act against another. ...

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  • The Time To Think About A Text Is Before And After The Drive, Never During It

    Even though the use of a cell phone without a hands-free function is not legal in California, on any given day, it would be impossible to not see ...

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  • Dangerous Sidewalks Can Cause Severe Injury: Who is Liable?

    Public sidewalks are used every day for sport and to get to and from our destinations. Cracks in the sidewalks are common, but sometimes it’s not the ...

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  • Why SUV Accidents Can Cause Greater Injury than Other Types of Crashes

    The reason many people purchase SUV’s is not only because they need the extra room. They do so because they are under the impression that an SUV ...

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  • 3-Wheeled Vehicles and the CA Seat Belt Law

    You know that the use of seat belts is mandatory in California. But did you know that they are mandatory on certain three-wheeled vehicles as well? ...

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  • Why Food Poisoning Isn't Just A Risk Found In Restaurants

    One in 6 people in this country suffer from food poisoning every year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC). Not all ...

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