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Every year thousands of people flock to the desert of Nevada to experience the eccentric community and culture that is the Burning Man festival. However, the festivities were interrupted this year when Aaron Joel Mitchell ran into a blaze of fire and was tragically killed. On this week’s episode of All Things Legal, personal injury […]

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Craig Ashton sat down with Edward Schade on a recent episode of All Things Legal to discuss the hit-and-run law that every biker should know. In early June, seasoned bicyclist and running legend Bill Finkbeiner was walking on a bike trail in Sacramento when he was struck from behind by an oncoming bicycle. The bicyclist […]

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Craig Ashton and Ed Schade spent some time on a recent episode of All Things Legal discussing the impact of body cams on police enforcement. Recent headlines involving police misconduct reiterate the need for accountability of law enforcement through body cams. Additionally, the evidence that can be obtained by body cams can be critical in […]

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Insurance companies tend to classify proactive treatment as “excessive care” and deny claims, opting instead for traditional drug treatments and medications. “It’s a lot less expensive to medicate somebody than [it is] to proactively treat them,” Craig Ashton from the Law Firm of Ashton & Price explains. One of the most common complaints in personal […]

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A fatal accident after a short high speed chase in Folsom demonstrated just how dangerous high speeds can be. Early Thursday morning on December 15th, officers checked the license plate number on a car they observed driving in the Arden-Arcade area. When they found that the plates had been reported stolen, the officers attempted to […]

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Many Americans think of police protection as a basic right. But do businesses have that same right to police assistance? Is there a point at which businesses have a responsibility to handle criminal issues internally? This was the topic of discussion for Craig Ashton, Ed Schade, and Tim Hodson on a recent episode of All […]

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A few weeks ago, the Sacramento Bee reported in their Sacto 911 section that two people riding a motorcycle on Madison Avenue early on the morning of September 26th were struck and killed by a drunk driver going the wrong way on the westbound lane. While it’s unknown how fast the drunk driver’s car and […]

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An article recently published in the Sacramento Bee reinforces an oft-forgotten aspect of serious injuries: it’s not just the initial pain and suffering of a crippling or disfiguring injury that throws your life into turmoil. The true cost can only be measured in the long term. Originally published in the Philadelphia Inquirer, author Thomas Leibrandt’s […]

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Given Ashton & Price’s lengthy experience head injury cases, it’s no surprise that the All Things Legal team takes a particular interest in legal situations like the NFL’s legal difficulties with the spate of brain injury diagnoses in ex-players. Well, the situation just got even more complicated, according to an article about BMX rider Dave […]

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Just about everything these days has a national day, week, or month. Bicycling is no exception, as May is National Bike Month. But given the health benefits—both physical and mental—of getting out and working those pedals, the pastime enjoyed by millions of Americans is more than deserving of the recognition. This gives enthusiasts an excuse […]

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Sacramento is a big place with a lot of people. While this makes for a very vibrant community, the downside of a large population is that unfortunate circumstances play out on a regular basis. On a recent episode of All Things Legal, Craig Ashton and Ed Schade discussed an unfortunate DUI accident that happened in […]

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