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Joseph DeAngelo was a former Vietnam War militant and a police officer that started going the wrong way. Similar to the other serial killers in this Wrongful Death Serial Series, DeAngelo, also known as The Golden State Killer, murdered over a dozen individuals during the 1970s. To learn more about his crimes and whether or not he was ever charged by the victims’ families for wrongful death, watch this video!
Andrew Urdiales is the next individual to mark the Wrongful Death Serial Series. Killing a total of eight individuals, his terrible time committing murder and other grievous crimes spanned over a number of years. Watch this video to learn about Urdiales and how one woman wasn’t believed to be raped by a jury after escaping him.
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It’s no secret that newer cars are safer than the older ones, especially with all the new technological advancements that we are discovering and developing every year. But while they might be safer, just how much safer are newer vehicles? It’s important to look into what makes our modern vehicles safe as well as how far we’ve come in terms of auto safety. Here at Robert J. DeBry and Associates, a car accident lawyer might
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Are SUVs Safer Than Other Cars?

Posted on June 20, 2019

It might seem obvious that after an accident with a small and large vehicle, the damage and injuries sustained by the individuals in the larger vehicle are going to be lighter than the small vehicle and its occupants. Today, there are more SUVs on the road, whether this is because of trends and preference or due to the need for larger vehicles for larger families, you’ll see them everywhere. But are SUVs really that much

A Guide to Driving in Wet Weather

Posted on June 11, 2019

Wet roads and rainy weather conditions contribute to about 1.2 million auto accidents annually. While we may finally be passed the heavy snowfall that winter brings, it’s important to recognize that rain, whether it be heavy rainfall or a light drizzle, can pose significant threats to drivers. From hydroplaning to limited vision, proper safety precautions are crucial in ensuring not only your safety but the safety of other drivers around you. The question then is,
Up until this point in our Wrongful Death Serial Series, we have researched infamous serial killers that have come and gone over the years, but this next serial killer was already a somewhat recognized individual. Woodfield was a star athlete that ended up taking his talents as high as the NFL, however, he had a nasty side to him. Learn more by watching this Wrongful Death Serial Series video or by reading our infographic below.

Are Cars Getting Safer?

Posted on June 5, 2019

We’ve come a long way since the Model T began to hit the streets of Detroit, and in between the production of the first car in 1908 to the mass production of modern vehicles today, there have been significant improvements introduced to the automotive industry that are meant to make driving safer for everyone. Going back to the eventful day in the early 1900s, safety wasn’t necessarily a priority, what with the Model T only
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This week in our wrongful death serial series, we are going to be talking about Alexander Pichushkin, otherwise known as “The Chessboard Killer.” Alexander Pichushkin is a Russian serial killer believed to have killed at least 48 people and as many as 60. This blog is going to recap Pichushkin’s life and why he killed, causing several wrongful deaths. The Accident When Alexander Pichushkin was a child, he fell off a swing and damaged the
We have entered the deadliest time of the year to be on the road, Utah’s 100 Deadliest Days. For years, traffic safety officers, newscasters and even the car accident lawyers here at Robert J. DeBry have warned drivers about the deadliest days on the road in Utah. The 100 days span from Memorial Day through Labor Day. During this time, there are a few things that factor into the increase in fatal car accidents. THREE
Ed Kemper joins the list of serial killers who went on a senseless killing spree during the early 1970s. Killing 10 total victims, Kemper is no different than the others in our Wrongful Death Serial Series, but to learn more about him, watch the video or read the infographic below.