Personal Injury

Understanding Electric Scooter Laws in California

Electric scooters are a fun and scenic way to get around California’s cities and towns. As this new mode of transportation has grown in popularity, it has become necessary to develop laws that help keep those who ride these electric scooters, as well as pedestrians, safe from personal injury. If you are considering riding an… read more

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Common Neck and Back Injuries Following a California Car Accident

As you carefully navigate through traffic, a collision’s sudden, abrupt impact may catch you off guard. Immediately after the accident, you may feel fine. However, hours, days, or even weeks later, the aches and pains from your accident become noticeable. Neck and back injuries are commonplace among those involved in California car accidents.  Despite all… read more

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5 Ways to Take Care of Your Mental Health After a Car Accident

After being involved in a car accident, your mental trauma may be just as serious as your physical injuries. Protecting your mental health after a crash is essential so you may move on and heal. With our 30 years of experience working with people injured in car accidents, we understand that taking care of your… read more

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4 Myths About Spinal Cord Injuries

When a foundational bodily structure like your spinal cord is compromised, you’re forced to change how you live to accommodate your new limitations and needs. You’ll likely spend a lot of time learning how to adapt to your condition. However, many who suffer from spinal cord injuries, as well as the people who care for… read more

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How Are Lost Wages Calculated After a California Car Accident?

Thousands of auto accidents occur annually in California, many of which result in injuries for those involved. Suffering an injury can create a resulting domino effect where missing work reduces your income, limiting your ability to pay bills, buy groceries, and afford transportation. Fortunately, accident victims may pursue compensation for lost wages if their accident… read more

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Can a Pedestrian Be Held Liable for a Car Accident?

If you were in an accident involving a pedestrian, you might ask yourself who is at fault. It’s often easy to assume the driver is wholly responsible for the accident, but this is not always the case. Pedestrians are also responsible for paying attention to their surroundings, following walking signs and signals, and obeying walking… read more

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When Should You Report a Hit-And-Run in California?

All car accidents are nerve rattling events, but a hit-and-run car accident can be completely unnerving. After being involved in a hit-and-run, you may feel a sense of panic about what to do next. It may be difficult to know which steps to take first.  One of the most important actions you should take after… read more

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Who Is Liable for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Hotels?

Whether you are booking a stay at a hotel for business or travel, when you check in to your hotel room you should be able to trust you are in a safe place. Unfortunately, that is not always the case.  Carbon monoxide is known by many as the silent killer, and even if carbon monoxide… read more

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What Happens if My Rideshare Driver Causes an Accident While Texting?

Rideshare services like Uber and Lyft have forever altered the transportation ecosystem in California. This industry burst in popularity over the last several years, perhaps due to the expedience, security, and dependability of the applications that exist at our fingertips. All it takes is a swipe or a tap, and you can hail a car… read more

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4 Mistakes to Avoid in a Hit-And-Run Accident

After being injured in a hit-and-run accident, you may experience a sense of helplessness. When a driver flees the scene of an accident, it becomes challenging for the other party to seek the fair compensation they deserve for their losses. However, it is not impossible. When you know the right steps to take after a… read more

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