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No criminal charges in California balcony collapse

A California district attorney announced on March 29 that no criminal charges would be filed in a case involving a balcony collapse at a Berkeley apartment buiding. The accident occurred on June 16, 2015. It injured seven students and killed six.

Pianist settles lawsuit with California theater

According to reports, a famous pianist whose fingertip was severed by a faulty bathroom door at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood has settled the lawsuit she filed against the theater and its non-profit owner. The woman's fingertip on her middle finger of her left hand was reportedly severed on April 11, 2014, when she went to the venue to attend a film screening.

Proper floor maintenance may help avoid accidents

As California residents may know, maintaining the floor in a business correctly may help avoid falls and slipping. Reviewing floor maintenance procedures and making improvements might help. From choosing the proper floor cleaners and checking for needed floor repairs to planning ahead for inclement weather, maintaining floors properly is necessary.

Court says friends could be liable for man's fall from cliff

A man who fell off a cliff in California has sued the people who brought him there, claiming they acted with negligence and willful misconduct. Although the lawsuit was previously thrown out, an appellate panel recently ruled that the case will be allowed to move forward.

Stay safe when using fireworks this Fourth of July

Families throughout California are preparing for this weekend’s Fourth of July holiday by cleaning off the grill and stocking up on fireworks. Unfortunately, along with the fun and excitement of fireworks comes a very real risk of serious injury.

Ride injuries affect thousands of kids per year

It's summertime in California, and for kids that means school's out and it's time to play. For some young thrill-seekers, a trip to an amusement park like Disneyland, Six Flags or even the county fair can be the highlight of a fun-filled summer. But once in a while the thrills turn to spills and a child is hurt on a ride.

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