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It's National Electrical Safety Month. Protect your home in 6 steps.

In a recent post, we talked about common causes of electrocution, and how most electrical injuries occur with little to no warning. While there's no way to eliminate the chances of getting struck by lightning, there are simple steps you can take to minimize the chances of an electrical injury in your home.

How Congress' efforts to gut class actions hurt the working class

Congress is considering a bill that would have far-reaching effects for the entire American justice system and potentially influence the lives of countless people - though it hasn't garnered the same attention as health care legislation or other controversial issues.

10 new California laws going into effect this year: part one

Part one of our list focuses on safety and personal injury.

Many people joke about California's love affair with new laws and regulations, and 2016 was a busy year for the legislature. State lawmakers passed 898 new laws that will go into effect in 2017, and we've gathered some of the big ones here.

How gender bias shapes wrongful death awards

In the personal injury space, not even death can end the unfair treatment of women and people of color.

The pay gap remains a hot topic in American society. With women and minorities earning substantially less than their white male counterparts, unequal pay shapes many people's lives. And according to a recent report in the Washington Post, it can also shape their deaths.

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