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Your Loved-One Has Been Killed In A Car Accident

August 3, 2018

You get that devastating phone call. Your loved one has been killed in a car accident. No one plans for things like this. It happens unexpectedly and can truly emotionally scar you. Many Americans have gotten into an accident during their lifetime. When your loved one is killed at the hands of a negligent driver, […]

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4 Theories of Product Liability

July 28, 2018

When a product has a defect and has caused your children injury, it is a serious matter. We always tend to hear about children product recalls. It can happen with any product and to anyone. You have a right to file a lawsuit. Companies sometimes act negligently when creating their product in order to cut […]

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Injured At A Sports Venue During A Game: How To Recover Compensation?

July 27, 2018

Regardless of the sports, being injured in the middle of a game of your favorite California team is painful not only because it hurts physically, but also because, if your injury is bad enough, you will have to miss the game to go to the hospital. And while as sports fans ourselves, we totally get […]

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Being Hit By An Uninsured Driver

July 20, 2018

With so many cars on the road in the United States and the number constantly increasing, accidents are not only inevitable but something that has become a day to day occurrence. Finding yourself in a collision is not a matter of if it will happen, but more so when. We hope that in the unfortunate […]

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12 Causes Of More Than 475,000 Truck Accidents In The U.S., Explained By Attorneys

July 19, 2018

More than 3,600 Americans lose their lives in truck accidents all across the nation every year. That is more than our nation lost during the 9/11 attacks. Imagine a 9/11 occurring every year, and you get the number of annual truck accident deaths in the U.S. Fact: Each year, more than 475,000 police-reported truck accident […]

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Pedestrian Accidents Can Be Detrimental

July 14, 2018

In 2014, a San Francisco jogger died after being hit by a Golden State Transit bus. It struck her while she was in a crosswalk. The jogger had a green light and a “walk” sign. She had the right-of-way. Ultimately, there was a $4 million against the Golden State Transportation District for wrongful death. The […]

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Don’t Get Slammed By Uninsured Motorists

July 13, 2018

California roads are busy, especially in and around San Francisco. Car accidents happen. While getting in an accident is never a good thing, it can be even worse if you are hit by an uninsured motorist. Hopefully, the driver who isn’t insured sticks around. Sometimes though, it becomes a case of hit-and-run. Unfortunately, hit-and-run accidents […]

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Can You Sue San Francisco For Poor Road Conditions After A Bicycle Accident?

July 7, 2018

Of course, you can. A large number of bicycle accidents in San Francisco and all across California are caused by poor road conditions in the areas controlled and maintained by the city. However, suing the city for poor road conditions and recovering damages is not as easy as it might seem. “Many cyclists in San […]

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Comparative Fault In Defective Product Liability Cases In California (How Your Compensation Could Be Reduced)

July 6, 2018

Did you know that you can recover damages in a product liability lawsuit even if your negligence contributed to your injuries or you were partially to blame for your injuries? This is because California enacted the “comparative fault” legal doctrine for personal injury cases, including product liability. The comparative fault doctrine in California is also […]

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‘Look Both Ways Before Crossing The Street’ Is No Longer The No. 1 Rule For Pedestrians

June 29, 2018

We have all been taught to “look both ways before crossing the street” from our childhood. Both our parents and teachers kept telling us that this is the number one rule for you, as a pedestrian, when crossing the street or intersection. And although the rule is still important and can potentially save your life, […]

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