negligence

Study: The real smartphone danger for young drivers may be apps

For a long time we at Cutter Law have been issuing warnings about the dangers of texting while driving. But a new study suggests that another smartphone activity is replacing texting as the deadliest behavior – using apps. The organization is SADD – Students Against Destructive Decisions, in collaboration with Liberty Mutual Insurance. The apps… read more

Though careful, truck drivers experience many big rig accidents

  Studies have been done to see if truck drivers are more or less careful than other drivers, and the results have often shown that truck drivers do more than the average driver to be cautious and safe on the road. This makes sense, seeing as how accidents can have a drastic impact on their… read more

Showing that California drivers have been negligent

Trucking is a serious industry in California, and it comes with a lot of responsibility. Semi drivers are held to a higher level of responsibility than most drivers, due to the rules and regulations that govern the way that they can operate their vehicles. These include things like: – Keeping a log of the hours… read more

Dog spared after Murrieta biting incident

An Akita that attacked a 3-year-old boy inside of a Murrieta Lowe’s will not be euthanized. The dog, also 3 years old, was determined to be under “irresponsible” ownership, rather than being a danger to the community. The dog’s owner, a 62-year-old Murrieta man was arrested for suspected criminal negligence and was released on a… read more