One of the most dangerous and serious injuries that a person can experience is a concussion. As with all brain injuries, one of the most dangerous aspects of a traumatic brain injury (TBI), like a concussion, is that these injuries are somewhat unpredictable. Therefore, recovery time and scope is difficult to determine for sure, and […]read more
Accidents happen, but when you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence and are unable to work, the situation can become much worse than a typical fender-bender. Regardless of whether you sit at a desk all day or are active and moving around at work, injuries can keep you home for weeks or months while […]read more
A “slip and fall” is a type of premises liability claim, meaning that a person suffered an injury due to a defect or dangerous condition that is present on a property. These types of claims require aggressive representation and must be resolved within two years of when the injury occurred, due to California’s statute of […]read more
Accidental injuries suffered in a car accident or another type of serious accident can sometimes impact victims on a permanent basis. A permanent injury can make it difficult for you to earn money and can impact your enjoyment and quality of life for years to come. You could also be reduced to years of medical […]read more
Whether you’re a first-time parent or are welcoming a younger sibling to your family, one thing remains the same: you don’t want to see your children come in harm’s way. The best thing you can do is prevent accidents from happening in the first place, and an excellent preventive measure on the road is to […]read more
A settlement offer in a personal injury case is a negotiated agreement between parties to avoid going to trial. In exchange for money to cover expenses, the injured victim agrees not to sue or continue with their lawsuit. Settlements are supposed to be fair. Unfortunately, an insurance adjuster may decide to offer you, the accident […]read more
No one wants to go to court, but it is an experience that many people will be faced with at some point in their lives. In many instances, these cases will be civil cases. In California, there were more than 210,000 civil cases filed seeking unlimited damages in a given year. When you consider civil […]read more
Every year, thousands of Californians are injured in accidents caused by the negligence of someone else. Many of these people end up pursuing a personal injury or negligence claim. There exist four different elements that must be demonstrated to prove negligence in a personal injury case, according to the Cornell University School of Law. These […]read more
If you have experienced an injury as a result of someone else’s negligence, you may be facing costly medical bills, lost wages, and prescription costs. If you have hired an attorney to pursue your personal injury claim, you may be wondering how long it will take for the case to settle. The answer depends on […]read more
If you are having second thoughts about that lawyer you hired for your personal injury case, you have options. Under California law, you have the right to the attorney of your choice. If there was a retainer agreement signed and the attorney chose to take your case upon a contingency agreement, you should not have […]read more
In the state of California, with very few exceptions, you have two years from the date an injury was sustained to file a civil lawsuit. It’s a good idea to contact an expert in personal Injury law today so your claim doesn’t miss the deadline. What is the Statutes of Limitations? California sets a time […]read more
California law considers any harm or injury sustained due to another party’s actions, or failure to act, as a personal injury. If you have sustained such an injury, it’s important to know your legal rights, especially if it’s a very serious injury. Did you know that every ten minutes 3 people die and almost 850 […]read more
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