Category Archives: Personal Injury Attorneys

What Are Economic Damages in a Personal Injury Case?

  • Mar 20 2021

Chances are, if you’ve been injured in a California personal injury accident, you are suffering a financial burden as a result. The best way to recover expenses and monetary losses after an injury accident is with the help of a personal injury lawyer.

Whether you were injured in a car crash, slip and fall, or other personal injury accident, you need to reach out to an experienced California personal injury attorney regarding your rights to financial compensation, including the recovery of economic damages.

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How Can a Personal Injury Settlement Affect My Bankruptcy?

  • Aug 21 2020

If you have been injured in a California personal injury accident, you have the right to file a claim for damages against the negligent party. Any compensation awarded will help offset immediate and future expenses and lost wages.

However, personal injury claims take time to settle, leaving you burdened by unpaid debt and perhaps seeking bankruptcy relief. You may find yourself overwhelmed and wondering, “How can a personal injury settlement affect my bankruptcy”? 

If you are juggling a personal injury claim and bankruptcy,

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Seven Reasons a California Personal Injury Attorney Might Refuse Your Case

  • Jul 9 2020

It can be very frustrating for an attorney to tell you that he is not going to take your case. However, the attorney may have a valid reason for refusing your case. A California personal injury attorney must consider several factors when deciding whether to accept a case. In some cases, the attorney may need to conduct further investigation to determine if the attorney wants to accept or refuse your case.

Reasons Why An Attorney May Not Take Your Personal Injury Case

Some of the reasons why an attorney may refuse to represent you regarding your accident or injury include,

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Understanding Your Privacy Rights as a Personal Injury Litigant

  • Oct 4 2018

Anyone who has had the misfortune of being forced to file a personal injury lawsuit can tell you that the process can tough. Many plaintiffs anticipate that the hardest part of their lawsuit will be convincing a jury to believe them, so they are often surprised when they are forced to turn over a large volume of personal information to the attorneys of the party they are suing. Hiring an attorney who is skilled in protecting your privacy during a lawsuit is something most people do not think about when looking for an attorney,

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,

The Repercussions of Concussions – What You Need To Know About Brain Injuries

  • Aug 18 2016

Recent suicides of football players have triggered multiple investigations into brain injuries and the array of consequences that players face as a result of repeated head trauma.  Studies are being conducted on the corpses of deceased football players to evaluate the connection of brain injuries and mental illness, as well as the plethora of other conditions that are now coupled with head trauma.

One particular study was performed on Kosta Karageorge, an individual who played football for Ohio State University.  Karageorge had endured multiple “traumatic brain injuries” (TBIs) as a “defensive lineman.”  Tragically,

Parachute Accident Sucks Navy Seal Vet From Plane

  • Jul 30 2016

Who is liable in a parachute accident death?

When you go skydiving– whether for pleasure or as part of a military mission– there is an expectation that the parachute will open and function properly. And if there is any concern about the primary chute opening, the existence of the reserve chute offers added safety and security. Barring horseplay or any reckless, careless, or contributory negligent behavior on the part of the parachuter or others, the proper performance of the parachute is expected.

But what happens if something goes terribly awry?

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