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Challenge Accepted! 2020 Scholarship Announcements Delayed

By Aghabegian & Associates on June 2, 2020

Since we announced the Challenge Accepted! Scholarship, the legal team at Aghabegian & Associates, PC has been hard at work reading through the amazing essays you all submitted. You have all demonstrated an inspiring amount of determination in your daily lives and we are grateful for you sharing your experiences with us. However, to give each of you the time you are owed and to thoroughly review each application, we have decided to push back the announcement dates for the finalists and winner.

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Why Soft Tissue Injuries Can’t Just Be ‘Walked Off’

By Aghabegian & Associates on May 26, 2020

Soft tissue injuries have a reputation for being easy to heal from. Because the mild forms often don’t require surgeries or casts, many assume that getting over a soft tissue injury is just a matter of waiting a few days and maybe spending a little extra time resting in bed. But the truth of the matter is that soft tissue injuries can take months, or even years, to recover from and may leave you with lasting damage.

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Know Your Worth: How Insurance Companies Offer Low Settlements

By Aghabegian & Associates on May 13, 2020

No one likes dealing with insurance companies or reading through the complex legal language that make up insurance policies. They are often extremely complicated, use vague or ultra-specific wording, and are hardly accessible to the everyday reader. This is done on purpose to keep accidents victims from pursuing a claim and it can be very successful.

Ultimately, no one wants to have to contact an insurance company. We like to treat is as an invisible safety net for injuries that will never happen. But when we do collide with that net, we often find that insurance companies are readily prepared to simplify our wounds or dismiss our claims.

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Posted in: Auto Accidents

Post-concussive Syndrome: Why That Car Accident May Still Be Affecting You

By Aghabegian & Associates on April 29, 2020

After suffering through your concussion, you finally feel like you’re back on your feet and on your way to a full recovery. But then out of nowhere, your headaches come back and they’re even worse than before. You start to have issues concentrating, and your vision is going blurry. Despite the fact that the accident that caused your concussion was weeks ago, you are getting worse, not better. Eventually, a medical review by your doctor may demonstrate that you’re suffering from post-concussive syndrome, otherwise known as PCS.

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Posted in: Auto Accidents

Safety Tips for Joggers and Bikers in Glendale

By Aghabegian & Associates on April 15, 2020

Biking and jogging are extremely popular in LA County, and Glendale is no different. But anyone who’s just going for a casual stroll through our neighborhood can attest to at one point nearly being struck by a distracted or careless driver. While we cannot control the actions of drivers, we suggest a handful of safety practices to keep everyone safe when out for a jog or bike ride, especially in the early morning or late evening. The Glendale Police Department has also outlined a number of tips for pedestrians and their children through the “Look to Live” campaign.

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Posted in: Auto Accidents

Slip and Falls Are More Dangerous Than You Think

By Aghabegian & Associates on April 1, 2020

Almost everyone has heard of a slip and fall accident, and many may have even experienced it firsthand. In fact, falls are the leading cause of emergency room visits, accounting for eight million hospital trips every year. Slip and fall accidents make up over one million of these fall emergency room visits, making them an incredibly common accident.

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What are the Laws Regarding Work Zones in California?

By Aghabegian & Associates on March 6, 2020

With over 170,000 miles of public roads in California, it’s no question that road construction and renovation crews are busy all year round – especially on the I-10 and I-5. And while the constant renovations provide us with continually improved roads, there is the perpetual downside of dealing with “work zones” that give us limited pathways through wider roadways. It is essential to know the laws regarding these work zones, both for you and the construction company – as an accident in these zones can be catastrophic.

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Posted in: Auto Accidents

Aghabegian & Associates, PC Announces Challenge Accepted! 2020 Scholarship

By Aghabegian & Associates on March 2, 2020

We at Aghabegian & Associates, PC are excited to kick off our 2020 scholarship: Challenge Accepted! We all face challenges and tests in our life. We all have moments where we’re forced to make a tough choice. But it’s the truly bold among us who face those challenges and hard choices head-on, without flinching. The legal team at Aghabegian & Associates, PC have dedicated our lives to taking on those big moments. Time and time again we choose to stand by our clients, fighting for the underdog against goliath insurance companies with never-ending resources. Every day brings a new test that seems impossible to overcome, but with our expertise, experience, and grit we find a way to get justice for our clients.

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Rush Hour in Los Angeles Equals More Than Just Traffic

By Aghabegian & Associates on February 28, 2020

If you’re like most Angelenos, you understand the horror of rush hour traffic in one of the worst traffic areas in the US. Between the 101, 105, 110, 210, 57, 5 and other freeways – there’s no avoiding the stop-and-go traffic at certain times of the day unless you’re one of the lucky few who work from home or on a schedule that avoids rush hour. Unfortunately, rush hour doesn’t just mean wasting your valuable time in traffic – it also means a significantly increased risk of being involved in a vehicle accident. One out of every four accidents in Los Angeles occurs during rush hour, possibly due to the increased stress, fatigue, frustration, and distraction that occurs when people are stuck on one of our many heavily traveled freeways.

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Posted in: Auto Accidents

How Much Do Dog Bites Cost?

By Aghabegian & Associates on February 14, 2020

Dogs are, undeniably, man’s best friend. The amount of love, affection, and happiness they can bring to you and your family is boundless. But what happens if they abuse that friendship and bite you or another person? With almost 90 million dogs owned as pets in the US alone, the unfortunate truth is that dog bites are very common – especially in children aged five to nine. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports that roughly 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs annually and that California is the top state for dog bite injuries in the US, almost double the number when compared to every other state.

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