New Hoverboard Regulations Likely to Prevent Injuries and Accidents, Say the Law Offices of Burg & Brock

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Commenting on the recent article, the Los Angeles personal injury firm explains that legally classifying hoverboards more like bicycles and motorized vehicles may help protect riders and pedestrians from serious injury.

New hoverboard legislation take effect January 1st in California.

In such situations which may affect the lives of innocent pedestrians on California streets and roads, Mr. Brock notes that the Law Offices of Burg and Brock have earned a strong reputation protecting individuals in accidental injury cases.

According to a recent article published January 1st on KMEL, new hoverboard restrictions go into effect in California this year. These restrictions require riders to be 16 years of age or older, to wear a helmet if they ride on public property, and forbid them from riding under the influence of drugs or alcohol. According to Los Angeles based personal injury attorneys at the Law Offices of Burg and Brock, these laws should be a step in the right direction in preventing injuries and accidents on California streets and roads, especially with regard to pedestrians. However, Mr. Cameron Yadidi Brock cautions that, while these laws have most likely been put into place with the motivation and intent of protecting youthful and adult riders from injury, accidents are still, unfortunately, bound to occur. In such situations which may affect the lives of innocent pedestrians on California streets and roads, Mr. Brock notes that the Law Offices of Burg and Brock have earned a strong reputation protecting individuals in accidental injury cases. Additionally, the firm would like to highlight their expertise in a variety of related legal practice areas:

Vehicle accidents – Whether a case involves a motorcycle, car, or large truck, legal services may be available to those affected in accidents. Mr. Brock highlights his practice’s 98% success rate among over 5,000 legal cases won on behalf of its clients, largely in the unfortunate circumstances of serious injury, untimely death, and hit and runs.

Defective Product / Product Liability – Even in our modern era of stringent production regulations, there may be times when manufacturers will cut corners and unfairly expose innocent consumers to a wide variety of risks. For example, if a car made on an assembly line is intended to be identical to the others, but one of its seatbelts comes loose at the time of an accident, this may considered a product defect. Mr. Brock notes that, if the appropriate litigation conditions are met, legal action may be taken in order to assist the plaintiff.

Returning to the recent California legislation, the Law Offices of Burg and Brock explain that, while some of these new hoverboard laws may be inconvenient to some, it is wise to make safety the highest priority, especially in the eyes of the law. They note that those who have been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence resulting in any type of injury, including a burn or trauma to the spinal cord, can call the law firm at (888) 979-7979. Additionally, interested readers can learn more online at http://www.LegalDefenders.com.

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