Who has the Right of Way When Making a Left Turn?
Posted in Car Accidents on March 31, 2021
Even though most of us operate our vehicles on autopilot, the reality is that every driver needs to remain vigilant. This is especially true when making a left-hand turn. Left turns are challenging, as these often place the driver wanting to turn into difficult situations concerning the right of way. One mistake can lead to… read more
What to do When an at Fault Driver’s Insurance Won’t Pay
Posted in California,Car Accidents on March 26, 2021
If you or somebody you love has been injured in a vehicle accident caused by the careless or negligent actions of another driver, you deserve compensation from their insurance carrier. However, securing this compensation can be challenging, particularly if the at-fault driver’s insurance carrier decides that they do not want to pay. There are various… read more
How Do I Prove The Insurance Company is Acting in Bad Faith?
Posted in General on March 22, 2021
In the United States, we will find that each state has laws regarding the duties of insurance carriers. In general, all insurance carriers have an implied responsibility to act in good faith and fair dealing with every client. Unfortunately, there are times when insurance carriers do not uphold their duty to clients. When this happens,… read more
Does California Have a One Bite Rule?
Posted in California,Dog Bites on January 31, 2021
Dog bite injuries are often severe. Dogs have very powerful jaws that can inflict significant damage on the human body. States across the country use various laws in order to determine liability when a dog bite incident occurs. These laws have a major impact on a bite victim’s ability to recover compensation. Some states hold… read more
California Leash Law
Posted in California on January 27, 2021
Most people assume that their state has a leash law in place for dogs. However, what many people do not realize is that leash laws are typically not regulated at the state level. Only Michigan and Pennsylvania have statewide leash laws in place. In general, states let local jurisdictions decide how and when dog owners… read more
California Dangerous Dog Law
Posted in Dog Bites on January 22, 2021
Dogs have incredibly powerful jaws that can inflict severe injuries on unsuspecting victims. It is not uncommon for a dog bite injury victim to suffer from immense pain, deal with tremendous medical bills, and be left with significant scarring and disfigurement. California law does not have any requirements pertaining to specific dog breeds, but the… read more
Who Pays For a Rental Car After a Car Accident?
Posted in Car Accidents on December 31, 2020
If you or somebody you care about has been involved in a car accident caused by the actions of another driver in California, you may not be able to drive your car due to the damage caused in the incident. This can create incredible frustration and inconvenience for your life, particularly when you need your… read more
What to Expect When Your Car Accident Case Goes to Trial
Posted in Car Accidents on December 28, 2020
If you or somebody you care about has been injured in a car accident caused by another driver, you should be able to receive compensation for your losses. However, securing compensation can be difficult, particularly when dealing with aggressive insurance carriers and at-fault parties. The vast majority of car accident claims in California are resolved… read more
How To Prove You Are Not At Fault In A Car Accident
Posted in Car Accidents on December 21, 2020
If you or a loved one have been involved in a car accident caused by the careless or negligent actions of another driver, it is going to be crucial that you are able to prove that another party did indeed cause the accident. Unfortunately, proving you were not at fault for a crash may be… read more
Types of Torts in California
Posted in Personal Injury on November 30, 2020
While the word “tort” does not appear much in everyday language, you will most certainly see this term used when it comes to civil lawsuits. Tort is a legal term used to indicate that someone else has been harmed due to some type of wrongdoing, misconduct, or breach of their rights. However, there are various… read more