Category: personal injury

What Evidence Will We Need to Prove My Bike Injury Claim?

personal injury | May 26, 2024

After a bicycle accident occurs, you may be able to receive compensation if the incident was caused by someone else. However, recovering compensation means you have to prove liability (fault) for the incident. If you have been harmed in a bicycle crash, we encourage you to seek a free consultation with an attorney so you…

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Levels of Spinal Cord Injuries

personal injury | May 17, 2024

Spinal cord injuries can leave victims significant pain and suffering, as well as long-lasting disabilities, but not all spinal cord injuries are exactly alike. In fact, there are several different levels of spinal cord injury that are important to understand, as these different levels can have specific effects on victims. Complete vs. Incomplete Spinal Cord…

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Common Causes of Bicycle Accidents in California

Bicycle Accidents,personal injury | March 22, 2024

Bicycle accidents can leave individuals in our area with severe injuries. Information from the California Office of Traffic Safety shows that there were more than 8,600 total reported bicycle accident injuries in 2022, the most recent reporting year of data on file. Unfortunately, bicycle accidents can occur in a wide variety of ways, and often…

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Examples of Comparative Negligence in Personal Injury Claims

personal injury | March 18, 2024

Personal injury claims often involve incidents of shared negligence. In other words, more than one party contributed to the incident that led to the injury. When this happens, the process of figuring out who receives what compensation and how much becomes more complicated. Here, we want to discuss a few examples of when comparative negligence…

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What is Comparative Negligence?

personal injury | March 15, 2024

When a personal injury claim arises, individuals who are harmed may be able to recover compensation if they can prove that another party caused their injury. However, injury claims are not always cut and dry. There are times when more than one party shares fault for causing an injury, and this can complicate the process…

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Diving Accidents

personal injury,Premises Liability | August 14, 2023

Pools are popular, both for exercise and recreation. Recreational swimming and diving are common activities, particularly among children and teens. However, data shows that thousands of children and adolescents receive treatment for dive-related injuries each year. In this post, our Sacramento swimming pool accident lawyers will review the most common types of injuries that occur…

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Cruise Ship Accidents

personal injury,safety | May 30, 2023

Millions of Americans take cruises each year, and thousands of these individuals sustain injuries or even lose their lives as a result of cruise ship accidents. Before you book your next cruise, it is important to look at some of the most common accidents and injuries that occur on cruise ships as well as whether…

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What to do After a Boating Accident

personal injury,safety | May 29, 2023

If a person sustains an injury or property damage in a boating accident caused by the negligent or intentional actions of another party, they should be able to recover economic and non-economic compensation for their losses. However, there are various steps that boat accident victims should take both immediately following the incident as well as…

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What are the Leading Causes of Fatal Boating Accidents?

personal injury | May 26, 2023

According to information available from the US Coast Guard, there were 658 total reported deaths as a result of both accidents during the most recent reporting year on file. When examining these fatalities, it is important to look at the main causes of these incidents in order to increase awareness and safety on the waterways…

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