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Is Uber or Lyft Cheaper in LA?

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Whether you need transport to LAX, or a late-night pick-up from your favorite bar, rideshare services are fast, convenient and affordably priced. Uber and Lyft dominate the app-based ride service connecting passengers with drivers, and if you’re like most people on a budget, you’re thrilled to have an alternative to... Read more »

7 Reasons Construction Accidents Happen

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Along with mining and logging, construction ranks among the most dangerous industries to work in. The latest figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show that some 180 workplace fatalities took placed in southern California last year, including Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura and Orange Counties. Many of... Read more »

Is Your Sunroof Putting You in Danger?

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Roughly 40 percent of all 2017 model year trucks and passenger vehicles sold in the U.S. came equipped with a sunroof – an optional feature that has been gaining popularity in recent years. While sunroofs have tons of merits (fresh air and sunshine, for one), are these sought-after options putting... Read more »

5 Attributes of an Effective Expert Witness

When it comes to personal injury litigation, the success of your claim hinges largely upon the quality of your legal counsel and testifying experts. Here at Ellis Law, we have spent the past two decades achieving favorable outcomes for complex cases involving defective products, workplace injuries, negligent property maintenance, vehicle... Read more »

3 Ways a Truck Can Total Your Car

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18-wheelers weigh up to 30 times more than the average passenger car, tipping the scales at a monstrous 80,000 pounds. The trailer hitched to the powerful truck engine measures 54 feet long — compare that to the typical family car which spans less than 16 feet. There are nearly 6... Read more »
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