What if You’re Injured on a Bike Tour in Hawaii?

Glenn Honda | | Bicycle Accidents

What if You’re Injured on a Bike Tour in Hawaii?

Hawaii bike tours, specifically those down the mountain in Haleakala National Park Maui, have been a tourist attraction causing some controversy. While the bike tours traveling down the volcano may be a nuisance to drivers along the road, the biggest issue is the surprising number of cyclists involved in accidents. If you suffered an injury …

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Glenn Honda | | Personal Injury

Airline Negligence and Injuries During Flights

Hawaii is a prime tourist destination, and most visitors reach the islands by air. Inter-island air travel is also common for locals, military personnel, and tourists. Turbulence during flights can cause injuries, and those injured or their loved ones may wonder how to sue an airline for negligence. Recovery Law Center’s personal injury lawyers have …

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Glenn Honda | | Workers' Compensation

Can You Be Terminated While on Workers’ Comp in Hawaii?

In Hawaii, only under specific circumstances and a heavy burden of proof can an employer fire an injured employee on workers’ comp. Under most circumstances, employers must be willing to make necessary accommodations to hold an employee’s position and accept them back in the company. If you have questions about being terminated while on workers’ …

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Glenn Honda | | Personal Injury

Who Is Liable for a Parasailing Accident in Hawaii?

Parasailing is a wildly popular recreational activity throughout Hawaii that involves pulling leisure-seekers or thrill-seekers behind boats on parasail wings. Once someone is harnessed in, they’re connected to the boat via a towline and are left to their own devices — with very little to no control over the contraption they’re in. Generally, there is …

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Glenn Honda | | Car Accidents

T-Bone Accident Fault in Hawaii

T-bone accidents can be extremely serious. In fact, they account for 23% of all passenger car accident fatalities. (IIHS, Fatality Facts). In a T-bone accident, a vehicle occupant is struck from the side. The side of a vehicle typically doesn’t have the same structural protection as the front or back. In addition, T-bone accidents tend …

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Glenn Honda | | Car Accidents

Car Accidents With No Seatbelt in Hawaii

Hawaii understands the importance of wearing your seatbelt. Statewide, Hawaii has a 97.1% seatbelt use rate. That’s higher than the national average of 90.7%. In fact, Hawaii ranks first in the nation in seatbelt use. Seatbelts undoubtedly save lives. Still, a few Hawaii drivers are reluctant to use them. Will that affect their claim should …

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Glenn Honda | | Personal Injury

Who Is Liable for a Skydiving Accident in Hawaii?

Visitors to Hawaii take part in many recreational activities, including skydiving. Unfortunately, what’s meant to be a fun adventure can quickly result in injury if something goes wrong. If you or someone you know is harmed by a skydiving accident, you may wonder who is liable. Our Honolulu personal injury lawyers explain. Liability for Hawaii …

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Glenn Honda | | Our Firm

Attorney Glenn T. Honda Featured in Game Changers Journal

Recovery Law Center founding attorney Glenn T. Honda was recently profiled as a featured client in Crisp’s Game Changers Journal.  Crisp, a company specializing in law firm growth and culture, highlighted Honda’s steadfast commitment to clients as a standout part of his Honolulu personal injury practice.  “What is it that has kept Glenn on top …

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Glenn Honda | | Personal Injury

Injured on Vacation? This is What You Need to Do

When vacationing in Hawaii, the last thing you want to deal with is an unexpected injury. Unfortunately, life does not always cooperate with our wishes, and accidents don’t take time off. Getting hurt in an unfamiliar place can be particularly unsettling. But learning whether you have a legal right to compensation can be an empowering …

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Glenn Honda | | Motorcycle Accidents

Hawaii’s Electric Scooter Law Explained

A recent law passed by the Hawaii state legislature expands the use of e-scooters in the Aloha State. Some Honolulu residents consider e-scooters an annoyance. Others see them as safety hazards. But other decision-makers, including the state government, recognize a need for alternative transportation options. We should all expect to see more e-scooters on the …

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