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Welcome to “The Future”

By Ross Jurewitz on September 20, 2017

“We’ve got to keep our eye on the future,” Mr. Dan Harris profoundly uttered while delivering the keynote at a meeting of business leaders in the San Diego area. “The growth of Southern California depends on keeping our young people here, giving them desirable work opportunities, and making sure they don’t go away to Denver or Austin or Atlanta or Seattle. We’ve got to keep our young, creative class here, in San Diego and L.A., and all parts in between. They are the lifeblood of our economy.” When Mr. Harris gave this speech in 2003 he was 72 years old. Read the rest »

The Need for Proper Crosswalks

By Ross Jurewitz on September 15, 2017

The recent news of a San Diego-area 5-year-old who was killed crossing the street in Vista, California, saddened many people in the region. Such a tragic loss will have a permanent impact on the community. The child’s mother recently spoke with news outlets, calling on the city to add more traffic lights and crosswalks to make the area safer. Read the rest »

Posted in: Hazardous Roadways

Mind the Falling Trees

By Ross Jurewitz on September 7, 2017

Why slog your way through a boring ol’ workout on a treadmill in the bowels of some office building full of grey walls and harsh fluorescent lighting, when you can enjoy the many trails found in and around the San Diego area? There’s a trail for everyone around our delightful city, from the experienced naturalist photographers to the day-walkers who love a casual stroll through nature. Read the rest »

Posted in: Personal Injury

Amusement Park Accidents Aren’t Much Fun

By Ross Jurewitz on September 1, 2017

Summer is a great time for families to visit Southern California’s amusement parks and fairs, where you can enjoy food, games, and thrilling rides. Unfortunately, every year, rides malfunction—sometimes with tragic consequences. The worst part is that many of these accidents could have been avoided if proper care was exercised by the parties involved. Read the rest »

Midsize SUVs – They’re Safe, Right?

By Ross Jurewitz on August 31, 2017

As parents, we have to make hundreds of decisions every day that have an impact on the safety and health of our children.

But few decisions have implications that match the importance of what cars we purchase. We want to know our vehicles will protect our loved ones as we drive back and forth from school, athletic events, friends’ houses, and vacation destinations. Read the rest »

But He’s So Cute!

By Ross Jurewitz on August 25, 2017

There’s nothing quite like packing up the kayak, or hitching up the motorboat, and spending a sunny afternoon exploring the beautiful waters off the coast of Southern California. And while nothing can be more exciting than coming into contact with a wild ocean creature, sometimes human interaction can lead to large fines, injured animals, or injured humans.

Here are some definite do’s and don’ts that you should keep in mind in the event that you come into contact with sea life. Read the rest »

Posted in: Personal Injury

Give Me a Sail and the Rolling Wind

By Ross Jurewitz on August 19, 2017

The waters off the coast of Southern California have mesmerized people of all ages for hundreds of years. Many have journeyed a lifetime just to get a glimpse of the beautiful, pacifying blue sea. And you may one day feel that desire to make your own discoveries on the Pacific Ocean. Like Balboa 500 years before you, you may find yourself gathering a small band of trusted friends, packing provisions such as cold beverages and sandwiches, and perhaps even enlisting a native guide or a pack of trusty dogs for your journey.

Well, maybe not the native guide or the pack of dogs, but like Jacques Cousteau said, “The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” And, darn it, from time to time, you simply want to take a boat out!

But, just like driving a car on the roads and freeways, there are rules to remember—because accidents do happen. Here are a few things to keep in mind when hitting the water. Read the rest »

Posted in: Boat Accidents

Time for an ATV Safety Check

By Ross Jurewitz on August 14, 2017

California, with all of its national and state parks and protected recreational areas, is a popular place for outdoor activities. Of those, operating all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) can be both exhilarating and dangerous. That’s why everyone—experienced drivers and novices alike—can always do with a reminder of best practices when using ATVs. Read the rest »

Posted in: ATV Accidents

Hands-Free Devices Are Distrac—Wait, What Was That?

By Ross Jurewitz on August 8, 2017

You and your spouse have loaded up the kiddos. You’ve brought plenty of snacks and drinks and blankets and pillows, along with games or books or anything that will help pass the time. You’ve done your vehicle maintenance—yep, everything looks good there. You’ve got a heck of a long journey ahead of you, so it’s time to strap in and hit that long road.

Once you and the family are settled in, maybe an hour or so down the road, the hypnotic effects of driving take over, and even the minor distractions of children singing and playing and whining seem no challenge to your steely reserve. After all, you’re focused on far more important things. Read the rest »

Posted in: Distracted Driving

What’s Lane Splitting? Is It Legal?

By Ross Jurewitz on August 3, 2017

The recent death of a 31-year-old San Diego man in a motorcycle crash has brought attention to the practice known as lane splitting. In this particular instance, the motorcyclist was driving in between lanes of traffic when he collided with the back of an SUV. The impact caused him to veer into the center divider, and he was thrown into oncoming traffic.

This tragedy is just one example of the potential risks involved with lane splitting, which is defined as the act of a two-wheel vehicle passing other vehicles by riding between them along a lane line. Motorcyclists might do this while traffic is completely stopped at a light, during rush hour, or when traffic is moving, often at speeds exceeding 65 mph—like our motorcyclist above. Read the rest »

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