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How to Spot a Negligent Driver

|  Posted on September 19, 2018  |  in Uncategorized
Negligent drivers are around every corner in San Jose, California. In a single year, the City of San Jose reported 5,093 deaths and injuries from traffic collisions. Hundreds of these cases involved drunk, speeding, and negligent drivers. You’ve probably encountered bad drivers on most of your drives and commutes – whether you knew it or not. Learning how to spot a negligent driver can help you avoid an accident and even save a life. Our San Jose car accident attorneys recommend using these signs to spot negligent driving and stay safe on San Jose’s roads and highways. Drifting Between Lanes One of the most common mistakes distracted, negligent, and drunk drivers make is the inability to stay in their own...
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Airbnb Rules and Regulations in San Jose

|  Posted on August 28, 2018  |  in Uncategorized
Whether you’re considering listing or renting a San Jose home on the popular space-sharing site Airbnb, it’s important to understand your rights and responsibilities according to state and local laws. Sites such as Airbnb are relatively young, with the company and its users still figuring out issues relating to property accidents and liabilities. Protect yourself from legal trouble by learning the rules and regulations your Airbnb stay could involve. Risks of Staying in or Hosting an Airbnb Airbnb involves potential risks whether you’re the individual listing your space or finding a place to stay in San Jose. As the owner of the property, you need to understand the citywide laws that may apply to listing your residence. For example, San...
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How to Help Keep Your Teens Safe During the “100 Deadliest Days”

|  Posted on August 13, 2018  |  in Uncategorized
According to the National Safety Council, the 100 days of summer between Memorial Day and Labor Day are the deadliest of the year for teens. Why? The number of teen-driver car accidents skyrockets during these hot summer days. School is out, road trips and vacations are underway, and thousands of inexperienced teen drivers hit the road – many for the very first time. This creates the perfect storm for tragic teenage traffic accidents. Here’s how to keep your teens safe during the “100 deadliest days.” Purchase a Safe Vehicle Purchase or let your child drive a safe vehicle with modern technologies to help prevent collisions. Newer models with driver-assist technologies such as automatic braking or lane-keeping can help your teen...
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Tips to Avoid Getting Sick from Public Swimming Pools

|  Posted on July 3, 2018  |  in Uncategorized
Before you and the family hit the local public pool to cool off on a hot San Jose summer’s day, take a few precautions to avoid coming away with more than just a suntan. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), pools and water playgrounds contain parasites – waterborne diseases that cause outbreaks and illnesses. One type of parasite can survive and thrive even in well-maintained swimming pools. Take these steps to minimize your chances of getting sick from public pools. Know What You’re Up Against Knowledge is power when it comes to combatting diseases in public pools. In the past 15 years, there have been about 500 documented parasite outbreaks linked to swimming pools, water playgrounds,...
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