Posts From June, 2019

What Does a Typical Personal Injury Case Look Like?

  • Jun 30 2019

Each personal injury case is unique; however, there are several similarities in cases involving personal injuries. One of the most common similarities is that the deadlines to file a claim involving personal injury is restricted by law. Because the statutes of limitations (deadlines) for personal injury claims vary by claim, it is wise to seek the advice of a California personal injury attorney as soon as possible to avoid losing the right to file a claim against the party who caused your injury.

Types of Personal Injury Cases in California

There are several different types of personal injury cases that may be filed in California.


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What Can I Do If I’ve Been Injured in a Hit and Run Accident?

  • Jun 24 2019

Being in a car accident caused by another driver is frustrating. However, when that driver “hits and runs,” the frustration increases. Not only do you need to deal with the consequences of the accident, but you also bear the cost of repairing your car and medical expenses. Is there anything you can do after a hit and run accident to recover compensation or injuries? You can contact a California car accident attorney to discuss your options for filing an uninsured injury claim to help recover the money you lost because of a hit and run driver.


Seven Common Amusement-Park Injuries

  • Jun 18 2019

Amusement parks are popular year-round in most of California. Children, teenagers, and adults love amusement park rides, including roller coasters, bumper cars, Ferris wheels, water slides, and a variety of spinning, twirling, and flying attractions. Unfortunately, amusement park injuries are common. Visitors sustain injuries ranging from bumps and bruises to serious brain injuries and broken bones. In some cases, amusement park injuries may result in death.

When an injury at an amusement park is the result of negligence or wrongdoing, one or more parties may be held liable for damages.


Walking in LA – Five Things to Understand About Pedestrian Accident Injuries

  • Jun 17 2019

Walking in Los Angeles can be extremely dangerous. According to an article in the Los Angeles Times last year, while over traffic deaths decreased slightly, the number of pedestrian deaths increased substantially. During 2017, 134 pedestrians died in accidents involving motor vehicles, which was the highest number of pedestrian deaths in 15 years. While LA is taking steps to make streets safer for pedestrians, pedestrians continue to sustain catastrophic injuries and fatal injuries on LA streets.

It is important to know certain steps you should take after a pedestrian accident,


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California Car Accident Attorney – What Types of Evidence are Needed in a Car Accident Case?

  • Jun 10 2019

California is an at-fault insurance state for car accident claims. You must prove that the other driver caused the collision to recover money for an injury claim. Therefore, collecting evidence for your car accident case is a critical step in receiving money for your medical bills, lost income, physical pain, emotional suffering, and other damages. A California car accident attorney can help you gather the evidence you need to prove that the other driver was responsible for causing the crash.

Evidence Used to Prove Fault in a California Car Accident Case

Many forms of evidence may be used to prove the cause of a car accident.


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Waivers and School-Related Injuries – Know Your Rights

  • Jun 2 2019

If you have a school-age child, you have probably already signed a waiver of liability or assumption of risk waiver for your child to go on a field trip, participate in a school sport, or take part in another school activity. Schools and businesses use liability waivers to limit their liability for a variety of activities. However, do these waivers prevent lawsuits for all school-related injuries? The best way to know for sure is to consult a California personal injury attorney.

Are You Required to Sign a Waiver of Liability?



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