Category Archives: Personal Injury

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.


A girl helping her friend check her injured ankle while sitting on the running track

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?


California Has Mismanaged Its Veterans Home Properties, Audit Finds

  • May 27 2019

The Los Angeles Times reported that according to a state audit, eight residential facilities designated for veterans have been “mismanaged” by the California Department of General Services (DGS). The head of the California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet) agreed with the audit findings and stated that the department would make changes. Veterans injured because of the mismanagement can contact a California personal injury attorney to discuss their legal rights.

How Were the Properties Mismanaged?

The eight residential facilities benefit California military veterans by providing medical care and rehabilitative care for veterans.


man with paralysis on wheelchair

What are the Lifetime Costs Associated With Paralysis Injuries?

  • May 19 2019

Spinal cord injuries are the leading cause of paralysis in the United States. Approximately 291,000 people in the U.S. live with a spinal cord injury, with about 17,730 new cases of spinal cord injuries each year. Motor vehicle crashes and falls account for roughly 71 percent of spinal cord injuries.

Accident victims who suffer a spinal cord injury often face a lifetime of challenges, including how to pay the costs associated with paralysis injuries. Many accident victims seek the help of a California personal injury attorney to recover compensation from the party responsible for the accident to help pay for the costs and expenses related to their injuries.


Man assaulted by Los Angeles Firefighter

Man Choked by Los Angeles Firefighter to Get $7.4 Million

  • May 8 2019

As reported by The Los Angeles Times, a man who was attacked and choked unconscious was awarded $7.4 million in a civil case. The lawsuit relates to an attack on Halloween 2015 in the Chatsworth area involving a 22-year old man, two off-duty firefighters, and three other men. The lawsuit highlights the importance of consulting with a California personal injury attorney whenever a person sustains an injury caused by another person or party.

Violent Assault Caught on Video

On Halloween night in 2015,


Close up of young female reaching over to put on a seat belt, practicing good safety habits.

The Honda CRV Seat Belt Issue – What You Need to Know

  • Apr 15 2019

Honda has had a few claims against it for defective or faulty seat belts. In one case, a woman drowned because she could not get her seat belt undone after a car accident. That case was reversed on appeal.  In another recent case involving a seat belt, a jury awarded a woman who was paralyzed during a crash $37 million. Honda has vowed to appeal the decision. Now another case has been filed against Honda related to an issue with the vehicle’s rear center seat belt.


Is Your Child the Victim of School Sexual Assault?

  • Mar 19 2019

School is supposed to be a safe, nurturing place for our children. Many parents work hard to ensure their children have access to the best schools that will position their children well for future success in life. Unfortunately, school can also be the source of incredible personal injury harm to our children: sexual assault.

At first, it may seem shocking or even unbelievable that any child could be sexually assaulted at their school. After all, most teachers and school administrators are good people who go above and beyond to care for their students,


Close Up Of Children's Feet In Soccer Match

Who Is Responsible When Your Child is Seriously Injured in an Athletic Event?

  • Mar 12 2019

If you have a child, it is likely that they are involved in some sort of athletic activity, whether through school or some other recreational sporting club. Sports are a great way for kids to stay healthy, learn valuable social skills, practice commitment and discipline, and have fun. However, they also pose incredible personal injury risks for our children.

The Stanford Children’s Health Hospital estimates that 3.5 million children are injured while playing sports every year,


Close-up Of A Businessperson's Hand With Hand Injury Using Laptop

Is Your Employer Liable for an Injury Caused by their Employee?

  • Feb 18 2019

Each year, many employees are injured on the job, and each year we receive many questions from employees wondering if they “really” deserve compensation for their injury. After all, it’s part of the job, right? Wrong. Whether your job involves heavy construction or pushing paper is irrelevant to whether or not you deserve compensation for an injury caused by your work. Suffering physical harm is never in anyone’s job responsibilities, and if you’ve been injured because of your job you deserve to know what your options are.


Police officer making an arrest, escorting a young man in handcuffs toward the back seat of his police car, at night.

Can You Sue for Police Brutality or Misconduct? Yes!

  • Feb 1 2019

Law enforcement officers have a dangerous job, and they do incredible work to keep our communities safe. The men and women on the front lines of fighting crime deserve the utmost respect and our gratitude for the difficult and necessary actions they must take every day. While the overwhelming majority of police officers are professionals who treat citizens with respect, there are unfortunately some law enforcement officers who do not bring honor to the blue uniform.

It seems like police brutality, misconduct, and officer involved shootings are always in the news.



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