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Comparative Negligence in California Personal Injury Cases

When individuals sustain injuries caused by the actions of others, they should be able to recover compensation for their medical bills, last income, and various other expenses. However, when there is more than one party at fault for the incident, we have to turn to comparative negligence laws. Each state around the country has laws in place that determine how to handle what happens when multiple parties are at fault, and California operates un... Read More

Determining Fault in a Rear-End Collision

Rear-end collisions often result in significant property damage or injuries for those involved. However, determining fault after a rear-end collision occurs can be more challenging than most people think. It is not always the rear driver who is completely responsible for the incident. Here, we want to discuss how to go about determining fault after a rear-end collision occurs, and how a San Bernardino accident attorney can help your case. How... Read More

What Injuries Are Usually Preventable In Personal Injury Cases?

Injuries occur in a wide variety of ways. In many cases, injuries happen due to the careless or negligent actions of other individuals or entities. Sometimes, individuals injure themselves by making a mistake. The reality is that most injuries individuals sustain are preventable. Here, we want to discuss some of the most preventable injuries, as presented by the National Safety Council (NSC). Preventable Injuries and Deaths According to the ... Read More

What Is the Burden of Proof in a California Personal Injury Case?

Anytime a person sustains an injury caused by the actions of another entity or individual, they should be able to recover compensation for their medical bills, any income they lose, and other expenses. However, personal injury victims need to know what it takes to win an insurance claim or lawsuit, and this revolves around the burden of proof. Defining Personal Injury Burden of Proof for Civil Lawsuits Everything you know about the burden of... Read More

Can I Claim Compensation for a Pedestrian Accident in California?

Pedestrian accidents are not uncommon in California. All too often, the careless or negligent actions of other drivers on the roadway lead to incidents that injure pedestrians who have very little protection against the force of a vehicle. Here, we want to discuss the types of compensation that may be available to pedestrians if they are injured due to the careless or negligent actions of other drivers, as well as the process of recovering thi... Read More

Common Injuries Sustained by Pedestrians in Accidents

Pedestrians are considered vulnerable roadway users in California. This means that anytime a pedestrian is around the roadway or near other vehicles, they face significant risks of sustaining injuries. All it takes is one wrong move by a careless or negligent driver for a pedestrian to sustain severe injuries. Here, we want to discuss the most common injuries that pedestrians are likely to incur in the event they are struck by a vehicle. Lace... Read More

What are the Most Dangerous Roads in California for Motorcyclists?

Motorcyclists face significant risks in California. Yes, there are plenty of wonderful places to ride, especially when considering the weather and the scenery. However, certain roadways throughout this state present more dangers than others when it comes to motorcyclist hazards. Here, we want to list some of the most dangerous roads in the state for motorcycle drivers and passengers. SR-39 / Orange County State Route 39 is a state highway fo... Read More