Posts From June, 2020

Woman with a serious personal injury from an accident at a doctor's office.

Timeline of a Personal Injury Lawsuit

  • Jun 19 2020

Personal injury lawsuits are affected by many factors, differing from case to case. The extent of your injuries and cooperation between parties are two largely determining factors in how your case will advance.  

There is some consistency in the process, however, and relying on an experienced California personal injury attorney to handle the details while you recover is invaluable. 

Seek Medical Care

The first thing to do when injured in an accident is to seek medical attention.


Teen driving and on the phone.

Teen Brain Development & The Impact On Safe Driving

  • Jun 16 2020

For many teens, driving is a rite of passage, signaling another step toward independence and maturity as they move toward their adult years.  

However, the growing rate of car accidents involving young drivers calls into question the safety of allowing teens behind the wheel. As statistics and California car accident attorneys can attest, teen drivers are more likely to be involved in car accidents than older drivers. 

Long thought to be a result of inexperience, teen driving accidents are now being linked to the underdeveloped teenage brain.


Bottom half of a motorcycle.

What Is My Motorcycle Accident Case Worth?

  • Jun 12 2020

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident in California, you should probably talk to a California motorcycle accident attorney to discuss how much your motorcycle accident case is worth. While every case is different, injuries resulting from motorcycle crashes are often severe and you may be entitled to compensation. 

Factors Affecting Your Motorcycle Accident Claim

When talking with an injury lawyer about filing a motorcycle accident claim, two important factors will be considered: liability and damages.


Drunk man holding car keys, about to drive.

Is a DUI Conviction Enough to Prove the Drunk Driver Is at Fault?

  • Jun 9 2020

A DUI conviction is not necessarily enough to prove that a drunk driver is at fault. A driver’s negligence must be the cause of an accident for the driver to be legally liable. It is possible for someone to get a DUI conviction from an accident that someone else caused. We understand that this can be confusing, but a California car accident lawyer can evaluate the facts of your case and determine who might be liable.

How Liability for a Car Accident Gets Determined

A person involved in a collision could be blatantly careless but not automatically be at fault if something else caused the accident.


What to do if You Injure Yourself on a Broken Public Sidewalk

  • Jun 5 2020

One minute you are out walking the dog, and the next thing that you know, you have stumbled on a broken section of the sidewalk. You land hard, suffering significant injuries. Whether you have broken bones, a back injury, or fall into the street and get struck by a car, the harm from falling due to an unrepaired sidewalk can be substantial.

If you got hurt on a defective area of a public sidewalk, a California slip and fall accident attorney can evaluate whether you might have a claim for compensation and determine who might have to pay money damages for your losses.


Woman smoking an electronic cigarette.

Juul Nationwide Lawsuits Update

  • Jun 2 2020

Juul Labs Inc., which makes most of the e-cigarettes in the United States, is the subject of hundreds of lawsuits around the country. Originally, makers of e-cigs touted the devices as safer than traditional cigarettes, but there have been health and safety issues with this product.

If you or your underage child suffered side effects from vaping, a California Juul liability attorney can evaluate whether you might be eligible for money damages from the manufacturer. Here is an update on nationwide lawsuits against JUUL:

One of the most significant claims is that Juul targeted its marketing to minors.



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