Every day when we hop in our cars to head to work, we run the risk of being involved in an accident on the streets of Los Angeles. No matter how carefully we drive, there's always the other guy who might not take as much care. An accident could be a minor fender bender, or it could lead to something much more serious, such as a traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Most children are naturally adventurous and friendly. That means that they will approach not just the humans they encounter, but also the animals. Whether you are playing at a beach, visiting a park or spending time with friends, your child is almost certain to make the acquaintance of nearby animals.
A 57-year-old woman who likely was collecting recyclables was struck and killed by an alleged hit-and-run driver in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles recently.
Lately, our Southern California weather forecast has had a lot more of the wet stuff in it than we're accustomed to. Those of us who live here don't have the best reputation when it comes to driving in the rain.
At some point, every day, we are all pedestrians.
There's nothing more enjoyable than jumping on your motorcycle, hitting the open road and taking in the surroundings. Unfortunately, since you're not the only person on the road, there's always a risk of being part of an accident.
A woman and her daughter were killed early on New Year's Day when their pickup truck was hit on a Southern California freeway by a BMW being driven by a suspected drunk driver.