How Positive Train Control Can Prevent Train Accidents

Is there technology that rail systems can utilize that will prevent train accidents? The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) recently announced combined federal grants of $25 million to fund projects in a number of states, including California, to implement positive train control (PTC), a technology that is designed to automatically slow down trains that exceed the...
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Motorcycle Accident Kills One in San Diego

What are the most common causes of motorcycle accidents? A motorcyclist recently died in an accident near the United States-Mexico border.  The accident occurred in the afternoon hours in San Diego on southbound Interstate 5.  California Highway Patrol reports that the motorcyclist lost control for unknown reasons and crashed.  No one else was injured in...
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High Tech Cars No Match for Human Error

Q: Are cars with auto-pilot and other safety features able to avoid accidents? Automotive technology is advancing at warp speed. Airbags and back-up cameras are now common. Manufacturers are producing luxury vehicles that are not only electrically-powered, but that are pushing the boundaries in the new features department with offerings like pop-up, rear-facing backseats. And...
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Skateboard Accidents in California

Who is liable in a skateboarding accident? Skateboarding is a fun recreational activity and method of transportation.  It is estimated that more than 11 million people worldwide skateboard on a regular basis.  With its temperate climate, California is home to a high number of people that skateboard for pleasure or to and from school, work,...
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J&Y Launches New Personal Injury Website

San Francisco, CA (Law Firm Newswire) September 26, 2016 - J&Y is beginning the academic year with a burst of creative energy.

Their brand new website presents this well-established firm of superb personal injury attorneys in a crisp new setting. In just under a decade, the practice has become...

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