5 Types of Premises Liability Accidents
Posted in Premises Liability on June 7, 2023
Premises liability claims arise when property owner negligence causes someone to sustain an injury. There are many different ways that these claims can arise, but we want to discuss some of the most common types of premises liability accidents that occur. These incidents can lead to extensive injuries that cause major medical bills and time… read more
California “Jaywalking” Law
Posted in Pedestrian accidents on May 9, 2023
California passed the “Freedom to Walk Act” in 2022, and the law took effect in January of 2023. The goal of this law is the reduce the number of police confrontations and major fines related to jaywalking, as these citations tended to impact some areas of the state more than others, typically areas with a… read more
What Is A Failure To Yield Motorcycle Accident?
Posted in Motorcycle Accidents on April 25, 2023
Accidents involving traditional vehicles and motorcycles often lead to significant injuries and property damage. A leading cause of motorcycle accidents is the failure to yield the right of way. A driver can fail to yield to a motorcyclist in a variety of scenarios. Here, we want to examine a failure to yield motorcycle accident and… read more
Safe vs Unsafe Lane Changing in California
Posted in California,Car Accidents on April 21, 2023
Unsafe lane changes are a leading cause of vehicle accidents, though this is a type of driving maneuver that most individuals carry out regularly. Changing lanes can be challenging, particularly when there is plenty of traffic on the roadway or the speed limit is higher. Here, we want to discuss safe versus unsafe lane changing… read more
Can You Sue For Head Injuries If You Weren’t Wearing a Helmet?
Posted in Motorcycle Accidents on April 20, 2023
In the state of California, every motorcycle operator and their passengers are required to wear a U.S. Department of Transportation-compliant motorcycle helmet when riding. When we examine the information available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we can see that motorcycle helmets are 37% effective in preventing fatalities in motorcycle riders, and… read more
How To File An Injury Claim With Airbnb
Posted in Personal Injury,Premises Liability on March 27, 2023
The last thing any person expects when they rent an Airbnb is that they will sustain an injury on the property. Here, we want to examine the intricacies involved with injury claims against Airbnb or against the property owner who used Airbnb to facilitate the rental between the two parties. We want to review the… read more
How Long Do You Have To File a Slip and Fall Claim in California
Posted in Slip & Fall on March 24, 2023
If you or somebody you care about sustains an injury caused by a slip and fall incident in California, you may be able to file a lawsuit against another party to recover compensation. If the careless or negligent actions of a property owner led to the slip and fall accident occurring, you need to file… read more
Can You Sue a Hotel If You Are Injured During Your Stay?
Posted in Personal Injury on March 22, 2023
If you or your loved ones stay at a hotel, the last thing you expect is that an injury will occur. You certainly will not expect an injury or illness caused by the careless or negligent actions of the owners were operators of the hotel. Here, we want to discuss what it takes to file… read more
How Much Is Your Car Accident Case Worth?
Posted in Car Accidents on February 20, 2023
If you or somebody you love sustains an injury or property damage in a vehicle accident caused by the negligence of another driver, you should be able to recover compensation. This compensation could come through a settlement with the at-fault driver’s insurance carrier or as a result of a personal injury lawsuit against the other… read more
How Much is Your Catastrophic Injury Case Worth?
Posted in Catastrophic Injury on January 12, 2023
Catastrophic injuries are those that significantly affect a person’s quality of life. Generally, these types of injuries are defined as severe and usually lead to some sort of permanent disability, scarring, or disfigurement. Due to the nature of the severity of catastrophic injuries, these claims are typically worth more than traditional personal injury cases. Here,… read more