Property owners have a duty to anyone they invite on their property to make sure that there are no dangers that can cause injury or that they sufficiently warn visitors of a potential hazard. If a person is injured on private property, that person may have a claim against the property owner under California’s premises liability laws. The laws provide a way for an accident victim to sue the property owner for compensation for damages. This type of personal injury case is commonly referred to as “slip and fall” claims.
Summer parties for kids mean having the latest and greatest attractions. From backyard birthday parties and end-of-school parties to Fourth of July celebrations and community get-togethers, kids love to see bounce houses. These giant inflatables come in all shapes, sizes, and themes from simply bounce houses to giant slides, huge obstacle course, and princess castles. You can find anything you want these days in a bounce house.
While these inflatable attractions can provide hours of enjoyment and pleasure, they can also cause serious accidents. Bounce house and inflatable accidents have been in the news lately throughout the country. Children have bene seriously injured and killed when these over-sized inflatables collapse, turn over, or fly through the air.
When we discuss the injuries from a motor vehicle accident, we usually talk about common injuries that most people think of when hearing about a car crash. Common injuries in traffic-related accidents do include:
- Broken bones and fractions
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBSs) and other head trauma
- Internal injuries and bleeding
- Scarring, burns, and disfigurement
- Paralysis and other spinal cord injuries
- Neck and shoulder injuries
Each of the above injuries can result in life-threatening conditions or permanent disabilities. However, very little is heard of another type of injury that is common in many traffic accidents — facial injuries.
A facial injury can be just as serious or more serious than each of the above injuries. In some cases, victims are unable to return to work or perform daily tasks. The disability caused by a facial fracture can result in the need for lifetime personal or medical care.
If you have suffered a facial injury in a car accident, call (916) 999-9000 now to speak with an experienced Sacramento car accident lawyer. We can help you receive the compensation you deserve for your injury so that you can continue to receive the help you need to live a full and productive life.
If you have tried to find a parking space in downtown Sacramento, you already know that it can be extremely frustrating to search for a place to park. ABC10 News reported on the issue and the steps the city is taking to try to make it easier for drivers to park in the downtown area.
The family of a 15-year-old girl is blaming San Joaquin General Hospital for the teen’s death as reported Fox40 News. According to the news story, the teen was treated by her doctor for chest pain at the hospital. She was diagnosed with chest wall pain and sent home with medication. Her family stated that the teen’s health continued to worsen, so she was taken back to the doctor who said she was just experiencing inflammation.