Posts From 2019

J&Y Law Firm lists three apps that make driving safer.

Three Apps That Make Driving Safer

  • Aug 19 2019

New car tech helps prevent car accidents in numerous ways. However, there are also apps that make driving safer. Everyone wants to believe they are a safe driver; however, just one small distraction could result in a deadly traffic accident. Because many safe driving apps are free to download and use or cost very little to purchase, our California personal injury attorney suggests that you may want to research several of the following apps to help decrease your chance of being involved in a traffic accident.


J&Y Law Firm discusses the best way to prevent hot car child deaths.

Preventing Hot Car Child Deaths

  • Aug 16 2019

As of the beginning of August 2019, 26 children have died in hot cars in the United States. An average of 38 children die each year because of vehicular heatstroke. A record of 53 children died in hot cars during 2018. In California, there have been 49 reported child heatstroke deaths in vehicles since 1998. No deaths have been reported in California in 2019, but three children died in hot cars last year.

A serious mistake caregivers and parents make is assuming that this tragedy could never happen to them.


J&Y Law Firm discusses the best ways to prove a wrongful death claim.

How Do You Prove a Wrongful Death Claim?

  • Aug 15 2019

The death of a loved one or family member can be difficult for anyone to experience. The loss and grief can be almost unbearable. However, when the death was preventable, there is an added level to the grief and loss. Had it not been for the negligence, carelessness, or wrongdoing of another person, your loved one would still be with you. If you are unsure whether your loved one’s death qualifies for a wrongful death claim, talk to a California wrongful death attorney.


J&Y Law Firm discusses whether or not mandatory bike helmet laws prevent injuries.

Do Mandatory Bike Helmet Laws Reduce Injuries?

  • Aug 12 2019

It is estimated that wearing a bike helmet reduces the chance of a head injury in a bicycle accident by 50 percent. The chance of a neck, head, or face injury is reduced by 33 percent when wearing a bicycle helmet. Twenty-one states currently have some form of mandatory bike helmet laws, including California. Our California personal injury attorneys handle bicycle accident claims, including claims involving traumatic brain injuries and other head injuries.

California’s Bike Helmet Laws

All minors,


J&Y Law Firm discusses the rules of motorcycle accidents that'll help you protect your legal rights.

Rules of Motorcycle Accidents – How to Protect Your Legal Rights

  • Aug 8 2019

Thousands of people are injured or killed in motorcycle accidents in the United States each year. California had the second-highest number of motorcycle fatalities for 2017. Deaths from motorcycle accidents in California increased by 11 percent from 2015 to 2016. If you survive a motorcycle crash, you need to know how to protect your legal rights so that you can receive compensation for your damages from the person responsible for causing the crash. Our California motorcycle accident attorney presents the Top Five Rules of Motorcycle Accidents to help you protect your right to fair and just compensation after a motorcycle accident.


J&Y Law Firm lists the important things you should consider when seeking car accident compensation.

Important Things to Consider When Seeking Car Accident Compensation

  • Aug 5 2019

If you have been injured in a car accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, financial losses, and damages. In most cases, car accident claims are settled with the insurance provider for the at-fault driver. However, there are some cases in which an accident victim may need to contact a California personal injury attorney to discuss filing a personal injury lawsuit.

If you are in the process of seeking car accident compensation, it is helpful to know the following five factors that could impact your ability to recover compensation for an injury claim:

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J&Y Law Firm gives us 15 bicycle safety tips for this summer.

Preparing for Summer – 15 Tips for Staying Safe on a Bicycle

  • Jul 23 2019

Bicycling is a popular form of transportation and recreation in California. Many people ride their bicycles year-round in many areas of the state. However, bicycling seems to increase during the summer months when school is out for the summer break. Therefore, it is a good time for our California bicycle accident attorney to review some of the basic bicycle safety tips.

Bicycling Safety Tips to Keep You Safe

  • When you need to cross a roadway,

J&Y Law Firm discusses the good samaritan law in California.

Helping Accident Victims – Understanding California’s Good Samaritan Law

  • Jul 21 2019

A Good Samaritan is someone who lends a hand in times of need or distress without compensation or personal benefit. However, some individuals were being sued for their actions, even though they were genuinely trying to help. Many states, including California, enacted Good Samaritan laws to try to protect people who voluntarily rendered aid to others in an emergency. Unfortunately, California’s first attempt at a Good Samaritan law was flawed. Changes to the law have expanded the protection, but not in every situation. Our California personal injury attorney discusses the change in the law below.


J&Y Law Firm discusses whether or not pot increases the rate of car accidents in California

Does Pot Increase the Rate of Car Accidents in California?

  • Jul 18 2019

The answer to the question depends on the source you review. Some studies claim that legalized pot increases the rate of car accidents. Other studies state that there is little to no increase in car accidents that can be directly attributed to the legalization of marijuana. One thing is for certain. If an impaired driver causes an accident, victims of the accident can protect their right to recover compensation by discussing their case with a California car accident attorney.

Studies Related to Pot Use and Car Accidents

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J&Y Law Firm discusses how you can appeal a verdict on a personal injury case.

Can I Appeal a Verdict in my Personal Injury Case?

  • Jul 15 2019

While most injury cases settle without going to court, a few cases proceed to trial. At the end of the trial, a jury decides the case based on the facts presented at trial and the law as explained to the jury by the judge. If you do not agree with the jury verdict, your California personal injury attorney discusses options with you for appealing the verdict.

Who Can Appeal a Personal Injury Verdict?

Both the plaintiff (the person who filed the lawsuit) and the defendant (the party sued) can appeal a verdict in a personal injury case.



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