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
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 Car Inspection Laws
Posted in California,Car Accidents on September 19, 2020
Each state has laws regarding vehicle safety inspections. However, California tends to have more stringent laws than other states. Every driver in California, particularly those who are moving to the state for the first time, should understand their obligations when it comes to these safety inspections. Drivers must also understand that there are smog inspection… read more
Can I File a Personal Injury Claim for COVID-19?
Posted in California on August 31, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly altered the way of life for most people throughout the country and here in California. What was once thought of as a virus that may not last long term has now become a part of our daily lives. That may be the case for a while to come. As of… read more
Understanding a Salvage Title
Posted in California,Car Accidents on July 23, 2020
Car accidents in California are not uncommon. Most people will get into an accident more than one time throughout their lives. In those cases, people get into an accident, and then an insurance carrier will cover the expenses to fix their vehicle. However, what happens when a vehicle will cost more to repair than the… read more
If I Get Into An Accident in California While Borrowing A Car, Who Pays?
Posted in California,Car Accidents,Personal Injury on July 10, 2020
Car accidents are certainly not on anyone’s list of things they want to happen, but the reality is there are times when accidents do occur. When people are involved in car accidents, the incident often involves a vehicle that they own or lease. But what happens if you get into a California car accident when… read more
Can I File A Personal Injury Claim If An Accident Was My Fault?
Posted in California,Car Accidents,Personal Injury on July 5, 2020
No one wants to get into a car accident. Unfortunately, these incidents do occur. In most cases, one or more drivers are at fault for an incident. Still, many people believe they are not able to file a personal injury claim if they had any responsibility for the accident. This is not true. Under California’s… read more
What To Do After A Pedestrian Accident in California
Posted in California,Car Accidents on June 24, 2020
Pedestrian accidents happen unexpectedly, and they can lead to devastating injuries for victims. If a person is injured in a pedestrian accident that is caused by the negligence of somebody else, then they should be able to recover compensation through an insurance settlement or through a personal injury lawsuit. However, these cases can become complicated,… read more
Understanding Subrogation Claims on Personal Injury Settlements
Posted in California,Personal Injury on May 3, 2020
If you or somebody you love has been injured due to the negligence of another person, company, or entity, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses. However, the last thing you want to worry about after recovering compensation in a favorable settlement or verdict is that a large chunk of the damages awarded… read more