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What Are the Steps of a Personal Injury Case?

Suffering a personal injury isn’t just painful; it’s also an unexpected hassle you wouldn’t be having to cope with if the person responsible had simply acted responsibly instead of recklessly. This imposition is often one of the most frustrating aspects of being the victim of a personal injury.

Burning Man Tragedy – Is the Festival at Fault?

Every year thousands of people flock to the desert of Nevada to experience the eccentric community and culture that is the Burning Man festival. However, the festivities were interrupted this year when Aaron Joel Mitchell ran into a blaze of fire and was tragically killed. On this week’s episode of All Things Legal, personal injury […]

Protect Yourself from the Takata Recall

One of the biggest benefits of buying new is the certainty of knowing you’re driving a perfectly functioning vehicle off the lot of your local dealership. After all, car companies like Ford, GM and Toyota built empires on creating reliable vehicles, right? Unfortunately, many underestimate the importance of remaining aware of automobile recalls and overestimate […]

Charlottesville and the Consequences of Free Speech

The country has been in shock as backlash has erupted over the recent events that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia just two weeks ago. A group of nationalist protesters took to the streets waving Confederate flags and chanting Nazi slogans such as “blood and soil” and “Jews will not replace us.”  The demonstration was met […]

What Should I do in a Bicycle Hit and Run?

Craig Ashton sat down with Edward Schade on a recent episode of All Things Legal to discuss the hit-and-run law that every biker should know. In early June, seasoned bicyclist and running legend Bill Finkbeiner was walking on a bike trail in Sacramento when he was struck from behind by an oncoming bicycle. The bicyclist […]

Staying Safe on the Water This Summer

Summer is here, and the days are heating up. It’s time to take a break from the land and hit the water for some fun. Whether you’re swimming, boating or riding a jet ski, you can enjoy all the water has to offer this summer at your local lake, river or beachfront. However, cooling off […]

Does the Communications Decency Act hurt people and businesses?

In this week’s episode of All Things Legal, Craig Ashton discussed the broad and outdated guidelines of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) that have since allowed for defamatory statements and the solicitation of illegal acts to have a place on public websites. The CDA was initially installed to prevent minor’s access to the pornographic material; […]

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