Slip and Fall Claims and Homeowners’ Insurance

Premises Liability | August 22, 2022

Slip and fall incidents can lead to significant injuries, and they are often caused by the negligent actions of a property owner or operator. Sometimes, individuals slip and fall at a person’s home. In these cases, victims may be able to recover compensation through a homeowners’ insurance claim. Here, we want to discuss how these…

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Who is Most Susceptible to Slip & Fall Injuries?

Premises Liability,safety | August 19, 2022

Slip and fall injuries can happen anywhere and to anyone. However, there are some parts of the population that are more susceptible to slip and fall injuries than others. Here, we want to discuss how slip and fall injuries affect certain populations, including older individuals as well as those who work certain types of jobs….

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Discovery in a Slip and Fall Lawsuit

Premises Liability | August 15, 2022

Slip and fall injuries can lead to significant setbacks. Not only can they affect a person’s day-to-day activities, but they could prevent an individual from going to work and earning income for some time. In some cases, slip and fall injury victims may have to file a lawsuit to recover compensation. This process begins with…

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Proving Fault in Stair Accidents

Premises Liability | August 9, 2022

Stairs are everywhere, and they can lead to significant injuries if they are hazardous or defective. There are various ways that stairs can be dangerous for individuals. However, if an individual does sustain an injury on defective or hazardous stairs, they will have to prove fault in order to recover compensation from the property owner…

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What If You Slip and Fall on Government Property?

personal injury | August 9, 2022

Government properties are all over the place, and you likely enter government properties without even realizing it. Yes, this includes the obvious places like courthouses, the DMV, tax offices, and police departments. However, other places, like public parks, public swimming pools, and school buildings, are also government property. If you sustain a slip and fall…

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Can a Spinal Cord Injury Be Repaired?

injuries | July 29, 2022

Spinal cord injuries can be devastating, and they can occur in a wide variety of ways. When a person sustains a spinal cord injury, it can range in severity. Incomplete spinal cord injuries can lead to partial paralysis, though complete spinal cord injuries often cause permanent paralysis below the site of the entry. Here, we…

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What is Dram Shop Liability?

compensation,Drunk Driving Accidents | June 29, 2022

When most people think of drunk driving accidents, they think of liability falling squarely on the impaired driver. However, there are times when other parties can be held responsible for a drunk driver’s actions. This can include servers, store owners, and any other person who supplies alcohol to the individual in question. Here, we want…

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Proving Wrongful Death in a Civil Case

wrongful death | June 14, 2022

Anytime a person loses their life due to the intentional or negligent actions of another individual or entity in California, the family members of the deceased may be able to file a civil wrongful death claim in court. This is separate from a criminal action that an individual may face for the death, which is…

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What is a “No Contact” Motorcycle Accident?

Motorcycle Accidents | May 27, 2022

When most people think of motorcycle accidents, they picture incidents involving collisions with larger vehicles on the roadway. However, it is certainly possible for motorcycle accidents to occur without the motorcyclist coming into contact with another vehicle or any object at all. That does not mean that another driver is not at fault. Here, we…

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