Category: Laws

California Car Insurance Laws

Car Accidents,Laws | May 11, 2022

Most individuals know that they have to carry insurance on their vehicles at all times in order to remain legal on California roadways. However, what type of insurance do you need? How much insurance is required? Do you have to carry uninsured motorist coverage? Here, we want to examine California car insurance laws so that…

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Mediation of Personal Injury Claims

Laws,personal injury | March 30, 2022

Any person who sustains an injury caused by the negligent or careless actions of another individual or entity in California should be able to recover compensation for their losses. However, recovering compensation can be challenging, particularly when it comes to standing up to insurance carriers and well-funded at-fault parties. Even though most injury claims are…

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Do I Have to Go to Court for a Personal Injury Claim?

Laws,personal injury | March 29, 2022

Sustaining an injury can be an incredibly stressful experience, particularly if the injury was caused by the actions of another individual or entity in California. In these situations, injury victims should be able to recover compensation through an insurance settlement or a civil personal injury lawsuit. However, will you actually have to go to court…

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California Moped Laws

Laws | November 8, 2021

Mopeds are akin to useful, motorized bicycles that allow their users to travel with ease. Though they might not seem as dangerous as vehicles like motorcycles, mopeds also pose risks that could injure riders. California is one of the few states with specific laws surrounding low-powered motor vehicles like mopeds, recognizing the need to safely…

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California Subrogation Law

Laws | September 20, 2021

If you sustain an injury caused by the negligent actions of someone else, you will likely be able to recover compensation through an insurance settlement or through a personal injury lawsuit jury verdict. However, the process of recovering compensation takes time. While a case is ongoing, injury victims are often left scrambling to pay for…

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What Is Res Ipsa Loquitur?

Laws | July 19, 2021

Most people left their Latin studies behind in school, if they even had any Latin at all. So when you see “res ispa loquitur,” chances are you probably have no idea what that means. “The thing speaks for itself.” That is the translation of res ispa loquitur. However, simply giving you the translation does not…

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California Wet Floor Sign Law

Laws | July 16, 2021

Wet floors present significant dangers for any person who does not know that there is a hazard present. We have all seen “wet floor” signs before. When most people see a wet floor sign, they know that they need to take extra precautions to ensure that they do not step onto any slippery surface. Slip…

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California Lemon Law

Laws | April 7, 2021

Nobody should ever have to worry about whether or not a car they purchase in California is faulty, particularly a new car. We expect new cars to operate safely when they come from the manufacturer or off of the dealer’s lot. Unfortunately, there are times when faulty vehicles make it into the hands of consumers,…

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What Are the Different Types of Negligence?

Laws,personal injury | February 24, 2021

When personal injury claims arise, it is crucial to establish liability in order for the victim to recover compensation for their losses. Determining liability requires proving negligence. The concept of negligence can be difficult to understand, particularly because there are various “types” of negligence that you may hear about. Each state has different laws regarding…

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California Window Tint Laws

Laws | July 31, 2020

Window tint serves many purposes. Not only does having darkened windows on your vehicle tend to make the car look better and allow for more privacy, at least in some people’s opinions, but appropriate window tint can also help increase your visibility on the roadway. However, it is important to understand that California window tint…

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