Personal Injury - Bisnar Chase Blog
The field of Personal Injury expands to any injury suffered due to negligence and that could have been prevented. This includes car accidents, premises liability, dog bites, defective products, and more. Bisnar Chase provides information about personal injuries suffered specifically in Southern California so as to keep readers aware and up to date on the news of the community. If you have information or comments about the stories contained here please feel free to leave a comment.
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Less than half of patients with a sports-related traumatic brain injury such as a concussion recover within two weeks. The new research study challenges current perceptions that most people with sports-related head injuries recover within 10 to 14 days. The research’s authors at Axis Sports Medicine in Auckland, New Zealand, analyzed recovery time in nearly 600 patients in New Zealand treated during a two-year period for sports-related traumatic brain injuries. More than three out of four were male and their average age was 20. About 7.5% were under the age of 12. …Read the rest »
In 2019, 5,714 postal employees were attacked by dogs and in a report conducted by City Watch LA stated that Governor Gavin Newsom’s shelter-at-home order might lead to an increase in dog attacks against mail carriers. The strict isolation requirements exempted essential workers such as those employed in law enforcement and certain other public service jobs and critical infrastructure industries including the United States Postal Service. Postal workers will still observe social distancing and sanitize hands and surfaces as they sort and process mail. …Read the rest »
Both Los Angeles and Orange County courts will scale down operations significantly over the next few weeks amid the coronavirus pandemic that has gripped the entire nation and the world. In Los Angeles, Presiding Judge Kevin C. Brazile announced that starting March 16, the court will begin scaling down operations to achieve social distancing in all 38 courthouses. …Read the rest »
From scouting stores for toilet paper to lining up outside the supermarket at 5 in the morning, the global pandemic known as the “coronavirus” or “COVID-19” has changed our lives dramatically. Schools, businesses, dentist offices, theaters, gyms, bars and restaurants are closed to patrons. Restaurants are only allowed to deliver and offer takeout. Life, as we know it, has changed within a matter of days.
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The family of a girl who was allegedly bitten by a dog while selling Girl Scout cookies has filed a personal injury lawsuit against the dog owner. According to an NBC Los Angeles news report, the lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court against the dog owner alleging negligence and strict liability, seeking unspecified damages. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of the girl by her guardian because she is still a minor. …Read the rest »
Deaths related to traumatic brain injuries from falls are increasing across the United States, according to a report released last week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Researchers used death certificate data from all 50 states and the District of Columbia and trends for deaths from traumatic brain injuries that were caused by unintentional falls. …Read the rest »
When it comes to effectiveness in protecting soldiers from certain types of traumatic brain injuries, your great-grandfather’s World War I helmet might be just as effective, if not more effective, a new study by Duke University researchers has found. According to a news report on PBS, the study looks at the effects of overhead explosions. But it still raises questions about why today’s military helmet designs, with all the technological advances we have today, are not significantly better when it comes to head injury protection compared to helmets used more than 100 years ago. …Read the rest »
Kobe Bryant’s widow, Vanessa Bryant, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the owner and operator of the helicopter that crashed in fog and killed the Los Angeles Lakers star and their 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, last month. According to a KTLA news report, the lawsuit, which was filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, said the pilot, Ara Zobayan, was negligent when he flew in cloudy conditions the morning of Jan. 26 and should have aborted the flight that killed all nine people on board. …Read the rest »
Children and adults at several Los Angeles schools suffered injuries when a Delta flight bound for Shanghai experienced engine issues and dumped jet fuel on Jan. 14. According to an ABC News report, at least 60 people were being treated after the aircraft dumped fuel over the schools as it prepared for an emergency landing. Firefighters and paramedics evaluated the people, who were affected by the fuel dump after the incident. There were no hospital transports or evacuation orders for the area. Officials said Los Angeles County Fire had 44 patients and city fire officials had 16. …Read the rest »