Monthly Archives: February 2014

Brain Injuries Still Persist After Concussion Symptoms Stop According to Medical Study

Brain injuries are among the most dangerous medical conditions people can sustain in accidents. A study published in the online edition of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, revealed that people continue to suffer from brain … Continue reading

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Increase in Fatalities of San Francisco Pedestrians

A total of 21 pedestrian fatalities occurred in San Francisco last year, according to a report presented to the Police Commission in January. It is the highest number of pedestrian deaths since 2007. The increase in pedestrian fatalities was attributed … Continue reading

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New California Distracted Driving Law Prohibits Minors From Using Voice-Activated Apps on Cell Phones

A new legal restriction is being imposed on teen drivers who want to use their cell phones. California legislators added a provision to the Distracted Driving Law that makes it unlawful for drivers under 18 years old to use voice-activated … Continue reading

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California Legislators Introduce RCFE Reform Act of 2014 to Combat Elder Abuse in Assisted Living Facilities

Assisted living facilities in California have been plagued by inadequate oversight and the lack of regulation enforcement. The Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly, or RCFE, Reform Act of 2014 is a package of legislative bills that will attempt to … Continue reading

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