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Big Rig Collision on Highway 99, at Cross Creek Bridge, near Traver

On Wednesday, February 13, 2019, a rollover tractor-trailer collision happened south of Traver.  The Tulare County car accident occurred on Highway 99, at about 12:40 PM.

Porterville Car Accident at Main Street and Gibbons Avenue

Tulare County Personal Injury Lawyers of Nelson & Rozier have the following accident update; On Tuesday, February 12, 2019, an automobile collision occurred in Porterville.  The car crash took place on Main Street, at approximately 2:00 PM.

Kern County Accident Kills Two in Oildale, on China Grade Loop

February 11, 2019- An automobile crash ended in a double-fatality, in Oildale, on Monday.  The Kern County truck collision happened on China Grade Loop, during the nighttime hours.

Fresno County Pickup Truck Crash on North Avenue, near Sanger

Visalia, Hanford, Fresno Collision Lawyers of Nelson & Rozier has the following report; On Monday, February 11, 2019, a truck accident took place west of Sanger.  The Fresno County car crash occurred on North Avenue, at about 2:25 PM.

Automobile Collision on Highway 99 and Avenue 120, North of Pixley

On Monday, February 11, 2019, an automobile crash occurred north of Pixley.  The Tulare County car accident happened on State Route 99, at approximately 2:10 PM.

Rollover Van Accident at Highway 41 and Nevada Avenue, in Kings County

February 13, 2019- A rollover van accident took place southwest of Stratford, on Wednesday.  The Kings County vehicle crash happened on Highway 41, at around 3:25 PM.

The right of California patrons to feel safe during a night out

When we go out for a fun evening of entertainment, we don't think about the possibility that something will go wrong -- that a fire might break out at a dance venue or that a stage light could fall and hit members of the crowd. Nor should they have to fear for their safety from modern incidents of violence.

The bottom line is this: Every entertainment venue needs to prepare for all possible scenarios, big and small, to keep its customers safe. Here are five things theaters, concert halls, hotels and resorts should be doing to ensure patrons are as safe as possible.

  1. Hire a company to perform a risk assessment. The company should review on-site emergency procedures, evaluate staff training for emergencies, examine the setup and monitoring of security cameras, point out potential hazards, review public access to the facility, make sure fire exits are marked, identify points of entrance to be secured and review where emergency vehicles will park.
  2. Recognize that larger events bring higher risks. It is important that venues not scrimp on security and other preparations in big events. If big-name talent, other celebrities or dignitaries will be in the building, paying for extra security is vital.
  3. Review what other similar venues have done for similar events. Metal detectors? Bag searches? Frisking? All of these are possible steps you can take.
  4. Bring in enough police or security officers to monitor the expected crowd. If a huge crowd is anticipated, an ambulance should be on hand and the fire department filled in about all plans.
  5. See to it that all event staff is properly trained. They need to be aware of crowd management, how to spot anything that looks suspicious and just when to contact emergency personnel.

California drivers who do these things place you in harm's way

How many times a week do you get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle to drive on a California roadway? If you commute to work every day or are the parent of a school-aged child, you may feel like you need a calculator to come up with a number to answer that question. The average family today spends a lot of time in a car. Whether driving to school, sporting events, social gatherings or just running errands, it's possible but challenging to get by nowadays without driving.

You adhere to traffic regulations and do your best to stay alert and ready to react as safely as possible as you travel to your daily destinations. That may not be enough to keep you safe, however, if a distracted driver is nearby. There are several types of driving distractions that place you and other motorists and pedestrians at risk for serious injury. If you or your child suffer injury in a distracted driving accident, your community's legal resources may be a main source of post-accident support.

Tulare County Multi-Vehicle Crash on Visalia Road, near Farmersville

San Joaquin Valley Personal Injury Lawyers of Nelson & Rozier has the subsequent update; On Monday, February 11, 2019, a 3-vehicle accident occurred just west of Farmersville.  The Tulare County car crash happened on Mariposa Avenue, at about 1:35 PM.

Wrong-Way Driver Auto Collision on Ashlan Avenue, near Clovis

On Tuesday, February 12, 2019, a wrong-way driver accident happened near Clovis.  The Fresno County multi-car crash took place on Ashlan Avenue, at about 5:30 PM.

Bicyclist Killed in Van Accident at Oswell Street, in East Bakersfield

February 11, 2019- A bicyclist was killed in an accident on Monday, in east Bakersfield.  The Kern County vehicle crash occurred on Alloway Lane, at around 10:00 PM.

Multi-Vehicle Crash on Highway 41, near Bullard Avenue, in Fresno

Attorneys of Nelson & Rozier, Auto Collision, and Personal Injury Lawyers have the following report; On Monday, February 11, 2019, a vehicle accident took place in Fresno.  The multi-car crash occurred on Highway 41, at approximately 12:35 PM.

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