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Pokémon Go Study: Game Is a Major Distraction for Drivers and Pedestrians

Pokémon Go is a game that has taken the entire world by storm.  Millions of people continue to play it on a daily basis.  While the game is obviously fun, somewhat addictive for some players and requires some light exercise, it also involves danger.  Media outlets have published a high number of Pokémon Go stories in Read More

Fatal Car Accidents Trend Upward – Be Careful This Labor Day Weekend

Estimates indicate that more than 2 million residents of Southern California will drive to different destinations for Labor Day Weekend.  Nearly 300,000 people are expected to visit San Diego County beaches alone.  This is the holiday that marks the unofficial end of the summer season, and people tend to take advantage of the extra day Read More

Blue Cut Fire Continues to Ravage San Bernardino County

It’s the time of year when conditions in California are right for wildfires to burn.  Unfortunately, that’s what’s happening in San Bernardino County as what is being called the Blue Cut fire continues to rage out of control.  At this point, the fire is burning across an estimated 30,000 acres and it appears to be Read More

Study: Drowsy Driving Can Be Just as Dangerous as Drunk Driving

Advocacy groups and law enforcement have both spent decades raising awareness to the dangers of driving under the influence.  Everyone who drives a vehicle should understand that concept by now.  People who are arrested for DUI face severe consequences in every state.  That’s because driving while intoxicated is not only negligent, but reckless.  There are Read More

Five of the Biggest Data Breaches in U.S. History

Data hackers have become more sophisticated as technology advances. Newer technologies strive to protect users from security breaches, yet data infiltration is still an epidemic. The biggest data breaches affect tens of millions of people in one hit – exposing private data such as credit card numbers, medical records, and personal information. Take it from Read More

Erskine Fire Attorneys: Update on Dangerous Kern County Wildfire

Wildfires are one of the scariest forces of nature.  People can see them coming and smell them coming.  People understand the dangers these wildfires force upon anything and everything in their paths.  Despite all of this understanding, there is little if anything people can do when a wildfire approaches.  The best choice to make, obviously, Read More

Shining a Light on Elder Abuse in June

It’s no secret that the population in the United States is getting older.  The Baby Boomer generation is enormous, and people who were born during this time frame are now reaching their golden years.  Given the millions of people in this age group, the need for elder care and other support services is only going Read More

Driving Law Myths: Fact or Fiction

In the state with America’s longest coastline, beautiful beaches, and great surfing, it’s no surprise that driving while barefoot in California is legal. There’s a myth that driving or riding a motorcycle without shoes in California is against the law, when in fact law enforcement has no problems with it – although it’s not recommended Read More

Summer Safety

With summer here, many families are planning trips. If you plan to travel to an amusement park, county fair, or just a crowded place, follow these 5 tips to keep your children safe. 1. Take a photo of them that morning; this will make it easier to remember and describe their current clothing. 2. Wear Read More

Martin Buchanan Receives Best Lawyers Honor

Martin has been named as the 2014 San Diego Appellate Practice “Lawyer of the Year” by Best Lawyers in America.  Only one lawyer in each practice area and metropolitan area receives this honor.  According to Best Lawyers: “Lawyers being honored as ‘Lawyer of the Year’ are selected based on particularly impressive voting averages received during the exhaustive peer-review Read More

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