Was a Deadly Venice Beach Crash Avoidable?

Five years ago, a man frustrated by a botched drug deal decided to jump the curb and drive down the Venice Beach boardwalk. Not long after, he had plowed into over a dozen people, leaving one tourist dead. Now, the City of Los Angeles is facing the consequences of what many believe was a preventable [...]

July 21st, 2018|Catastrophic Accidents|0 Comments

Do Insurance Companies Always Cooperate After a Car Crash?

Having auto insurance coverage is a requirement for California drivers, which helps pay for damages caused by a motor vehicle accident. However, this is only true if the insurer pays claims in a timely fashion. So, what happens when an insurance company delays payment after a car crash? When Insurance Companies Don’t Cooperate In October [...]

July 7th, 2018|Car Accident|0 Comments

Will Scandals Ever Stop Plaguing Uber?

Uber met with public enthusiasm when its ride-sharing app originally debuted. The online service seemed like a viable answer to the travel needs of people all over the country. However, as the years have gone by, several incidents and lawsuits have tarnished the company’s reputation. Now, these cases have many wondering just how safe Uber [...]

June 28th, 2018|Consumer Safety|0 Comments

What Can You Do to Help Stop Elder Abuse?

Did you know that a federal investigation found that California had the second highest number of potential nursing home abuse cases go unreported to the authorities? This disturbing fact highlights why we must all remain vigilant against elder abuse. Which measures can you take to prevent abuse and negligence in a nursing home? How You [...]

June 14th, 2018|Elder Abuse|0 Comments

Who Is Liable If I Am Severely Injured Due to Inadequate Road Shoulders?

In most car accident cases, the injured party will have to prove that the other driver’s negligence caused the car accident. However, who is liable if bodily injury was caused by poor road conditions? Proving liability will be important if you wish to be compensated for your injury costs. Make sure to contact an attorney [...]

May 21st, 2018|Car Accident|0 Comments

Bicycle Accidents: Do I Still Have a Claim If I Wasn’t Wearing a Helmet?

When a cyclist is struck by a vehicle, he or she could sustain severe injuries that could be costly. The injured cyclist may file a claim in order to be awarded compensation to pay for medical costs. To receive the proper compensation, the injured party may have to prove that they did not share liability [...]

May 7th, 2018|Bicycle Accidents|0 Comments

Who is Liable if Poor Road Conditions Cause Me to Crash My Car and Get Hurt?

On an almost daily basis, California drivers are dealing with pot holes, missing guardrails, and other poor road conditions. These road conditions can lead to a car accident. People injured in the accident will seek compensation for their injuries and, as lawsuits begin to be filed, these types of car accidents can get very complicated [...]

April 21st, 2018|Car Accident|0 Comments

What Do I Do If I’ve Been Hit by a Car at an Intersection?

Let’s say you’re on a walk and decide to cross an intersection using the nearest crosswalk. Suddenly, an impatient driver decides they don’t want to wait for the light and rushes to cross, hitting you in the process. Victims of these pedestrian accidents usually sustain injuries ranging from mild scrapes to broken bones and in [...]

April 7th, 2018|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Common Myths About Wrongful Death Claims

When a loved one dies due to someone else’s negligence, surviving family could be compensated for damages. These can include loss of support or companionship, loss of income, or funeral expenses. If you’re filing a wrongful death claim, you might have heard of a few common myths that may affect your claim. Here are a [...]

March 30th, 2018|Wrongful Death|0 Comments

What are “Pain and Suffering Damages” and How Are They Calculated?

A key component to most personal injury cases are pain and suffering damages. These damages are covered by monetary value rather than prison time, since personal injuries are considered civil and not criminal cases. If you’re filing a personal injury case and are unsure if your pain and suffering will be compensated, here’s a little [...]

March 15th, 2018|Personal Injury|0 Comments