Posts From January, 2018

New California Startup Offers Reward for People Who Report Texting Drivers

  • Jan 29 2018

What are my rights if I am injured by a texting driver?

Texting while driving remains a tremendous problem nationwide.  According to the National Safety Council, cell phone use is believed to result in 1.6 million crashes each year.  An estimated one out of every four car accidents in the United States are now linked to texting and driving.  One Sacramento-based company is launching a creative idea aimed at reducing the number of texting drivers.  Our Los Angeles personal injury lawyers discuss the “Text to Ticket” app and how you can combat distracted driving below.


Reckless Stunt Bikers on the Roadways

  • Jan 29 2018

What is worse than a California motorcycle accident?

A California motorcycle accident that was entirely preventable.

Often in a motorcycle accident that involves a car, the relatively unprotected biker will suffer serious personal injury. If the accident was caused by the negligent, reckless, or intentional actions of the other driver, the biker can pursue a personal injury lawsuit and may be entitled to recover expenses related to the accident. Such expenses include medical costs, anticipated future medical costs, lost income, future lost income, property damage,


Common Misconceptions About Slip and Falls in California

  • Jan 27 2018

What damages could I receive in a slip and fall accident case?

Every second of every day, someone across America will fall, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  Falls are the number one cause of injuries and death for older Americans, and often result in serious injuries among younger people as well.  Slip and falls remain a field of law that is shrouded in mystery for many.  There are numerous misconceptions about slip and fall cases and premises liability law as a whole.  Our California slip and fall attorneys at J&Y discuss some of the top misconceptions about slip and falls below.


Common Types of Car Accidents in California

  • Jan 25 2018

When should you sue after a car accident?

Millions of car accidents happen across the nation every year. Over 32,500 people are killed in car accidents annually, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, and millions of others are injured. Car accidents can happen due to a wide variety of circumstances, but some scenarios occur time and time again. Our Los Angeles car accident lawyers discuss the most common types of car accidents in California below. By being aware of the causes of car accidents, you can help to avoid being injured in a crash.


What is the biggest cause of California construction accidents?

  • Jan 21 2018

Large cities like Los Angeles and San Diego are constantly growing. But there is a price to pay for all that construction as California construction accident attorneys see all too often.

When a construction site worker is injured or killed on the job, there can be many potential parties to the victim’s personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit depending on the circumstances of the case. Potential responsible parties can include property owners, contractors or sub-contractors, project managers or supervisors, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, and more.

Construction sites are overrun with loud,


How To Choose A Personal Injury Lawyer – Infographic

  • Jan 9 2018

How to Choose A Personal Injury Lawyer

When you or someone you love gets injured, finding the right personal injury lawyer for your case can seem like an overwhelming task. With so many options available, all offering very similar promises, it is important that you properly assess your options and take the time to find the perfect fit for your particular situation.

We hope this infographic can serve as a valuable resource for anyone looking to find the right personal injury attorney for their case. If you prepare the facts of your case,



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