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April 2019 Archives

Premises liability claim filed after pothole causes a fall

It goes without saying that walkways and other property that have fallen under disrepair can be incredibly dangerous and may cause injuries to unsuspecting visitors. Premises liability laws in Hawaii say that owners of public property have a legal obligation to remove hazards and repair neglected or damaged property for the safety of visitors and customers. Also, if hazardous conditions are present, property owners must provide warnings, such as signs alerting patrons to the potential dangers. Unfortunately, hazardous conditions on public property injure thousands each year.

Car accidents: Police continue the fight against drunk driving

It is common knowledge that driving under the influence of alcohol is one of the most dangerous things a person can do. Unfortunately, thousands of people every year choose to drive while intoxicated despite the risks. Too many people die every year in Hawaii and across the country in car accidents caused by intoxicated drivers. According to recent statistics, over 37,000 people were killed in drunk driving accidents in 2017.

Car accidents: Fiery Honolulu crash makes headlines

It goes without saying that roadways in Hawaii are dangerous. Motorists never know what they may encounter as they travel these days. Unfortunately, not every driver is as focused and attentive behind the wheel as they should be. Car accidents can happen for a number of reasons, but one thing is for certain, crashes are happening more frequently across the state.

Woman files premises liability claim against Walmart

Hawaii is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. People from across the globe flock to this tropical paradise to enjoy the pristine beaches and amazing natural beauty. Hawaii is also home to first-class shopping and dining. All who visit these establishments are protected by premises liability laws. Despite these laws, too many people are injured every year in Hawaii due to hazardous conditions in public places.

Pedestrian accidents: Man struck on his own property

Unfortunately, Hawaii is near the top of the list of states with the highest number of accidents involving pedestrians. Walking is the main form of transportation for many Hawaii residents, so there are literally pedestrians everywhere these days. The rise in foot traffic has coincided with a dramatic rise in vehicular traffic, and one result is more pedestrian accidents.  Recently, a 64-year-old pedestrian was severely injured when he was hit by a vehicle on his own property.

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