Blog Posts in 2015

  • This One Winter Mistake Might Cost Your Baby's Life

    Most parents don’t know that winter coats and car seats can be a deadly combination. An NHTSA crash test lab in Michigan has shown that infants who are strapped into car seats when wearing winter coats may appear to be securely strapped in when they are actually dangerously loose. BABY'S WINTER COAT MIGHT BE WARM... IT'S ALSO POTENTIALLY DEADLY IN AN AUTO CRASH . According to highway safety ...
    Continue Reading
  • Your Hoverboard Christmas Gift Just Burned Down a House

    It’s 2015 and Hoverboards are sweeping the nation. With fire and explosions. The Hollywood blockbuster Back To The Future Part II predicted this. Unlike the board Michael J. Fox used to escape Biff Tannen, today’s hoverboards don’t float. Instead, they are sophisticated two-wheeled devices that use microchips to self-balance while angsty teens ride them. THIS HOVERBOARD HAS A TOP SPEED OF 16 MPH ...
    Continue Reading
  • I Was Injured in a Spaceship Accident. Who Can I Sue?

    Sure, most of us can only dream about visiting the heavens in a spaceship. This one is pretty far-fetched, but at RMD Law LLP , we like to think outside the box. It’s what makes us effective lawyers . Let’s say you had a great space vacation, but you had a rough re-entry into the earth’s atmosphere (like Sandra Bullock did in the blockbuster film Gravity ), and now you’re having back pain. A trip ...
    Continue Reading
  • 5 Mistakes You're Making While Driving on Ice and Snow

    The Sierras have seen record amounts of snowfall in the past few weeks. The LA Times reports that Mammoth Mountain has already seen several major winter storms, and the slopes are open for business with a solid base of 22 inches. I’m excited about all the snow. I’m an avid skier, and El Niño looks like it will be keeping me deep in the powder this season. Of course, if you will be hitting the ...
    Continue Reading
  • Things at RMD Law Got a Little Spooky This Halloween

    I hope everyone enjoyed Halloween weekend. I know that attorney John Rajaee and I sure did with our Star Wars Death Star pumpkin – complete with working lasers! Halloween is a big weekend for car accident attorneys. With so many people walking on foot, drivers who are used to driving faster through their neighborhoods are often caught off guard. Other accidents result when drivers have a bit too ...
    Continue Reading
  • Well, That Was Fast: A Self-Driving Tesla Just Came Close to Killing Some People.

    Just a few days have passed since Tesla Motors released an “autopilot” feature for its Model S Sedan, and WIRED reports that the feature has already come close to causing some bad crashes. This is a video of Tesla’s autonomous driving mode steering the car into an oncoming traffic lane. As you can see, only the quick thinking of an actual human saves the occupants of both cars from a massive ...
    Continue Reading
  • When Good Dogs Do Bad Things

    Not all dogs that bite people are bad dogs. As a personal injury attorney in Orange County, I see my fair share of dog bite cases. While it is true that there are some breeds that are inherently more dangerous than others, all breeds of dogs are capable of attacking people and causing injury. If you have been bitten by a dog , regardless of the dog’s nature or breed, you are entitled to be ...
    Continue Reading
  • How Does a Personal Injury Case Work in California?

    As an experienced Orange County personal injury lawyer, I have settled hundreds of cases, and I will probably be going on my thousandth case very soon. Personal injury cases are second nature to me now. Sometimes, when I am handling a case for my clients, I have to remind myself to explain exactly where we are. My clients often wonder how a personal injury case works, and I am happy to talk to ...
    Continue Reading
  • Santa Ana Police Get $300K to Fight Traffic Accidents

    Traffic-Related Deaths Have Climbed in Recent Years, Affecting the Safety of the Orange County Community. Between 2010 and 2014, deaths involving bicyclists alone soared by 16%. California won the dubious honor of being the most dangerous state in the nation for cyclists. The trend holds true on a local level in Orange County, with police stating that additional deaths have been caused by ...
    Continue Reading
Page 1 of 1