The 2023 Super Lawyers® Publication has named 4 Bentley & More LLP attorneys to its list of 2023 Southern California Super Lawyers® including Greg Bentley, Keith More, Clare Lucich, & Jose Gonzalez. The list represents the annual top 5 percent of attorneys throughout Southern California and recognizes the remarkable lawyers who have achieved a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
Co-Founders Greg Bentley & Keith More have been recognized consecutively over 10 tears and represent the Top 100: 2023 Southern California Super Lawyers®. In addition, Mr. More has also been recognized as the Top 50: 2023 Orange County Super Lawyers®.
In addition, Partner Clare Lucich has been recognized by her peers as Top 100 Up & Coming and Top 50 Women Up & Coming in Southern California.
Individuals can sustain brain injuries in a wide variety of ways. In many cases, these injuries are relatively minor concussions that leave no long-lasting symptoms. However, for moderate to severe brain injuries, individuals can sustain long-term effects, particularly if the injury is not properly treated. Here, we want to review possible long-term effects of a mild traumatic brain injury.
What is a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury?
In most circ...
Many states across the country have a one-bite rule in place when it comes to dog bite incidents, which means it may only be possible to hold the dog’s owner responsible for injuries if the dog has previously bitten somebody before. However, California does not operate under the one-bite rule. Here, we want to discuss how the state of California handles dog bite incidents when it comes to liability.
What is a One-Bite Rule?
Across the countr...
Concussions are considered mild traumatic brain injuries. Though not typically as severe as other types of brain injuries that occur, individuals must still take concussions seriously. As evidenced by the recent injury and controversy surrounding Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, concussions can lead to serious complications, particularly if individuals do not receive prompt medical treatment.
How Concussions Happen
Drivers end up yielding the right of way to others just about every time they get behind the wheel of their vehicles. However, even though yielding is something that regularly occurs, do you know what the law actually says about yielding in California?
Here, we want to give you the information you need to know about yielding the right of way in California.
What the Law Says About Yielding
When we examine Vehicle Code Sections 21800-21804...
Individuals can sustain concussions in a wide variety of ways. Typically, we think of concussions occurring when a person strikes their head against another object, but that is not always how these injuries happen. Concussions can occur even if a person’s head does not come into contact with anything else. Here, we want to look at how these types of concussions occur and the importance of seeking medical care if you suspect you or a loved one ...
The very nature of operating a motorcycle means that injuries are more likely to occur in the event an accident happens. Typically, we think of serious injuries like brain trauma, spinal cord injuries, broken or dislocated bones, or lacerations when it comes to motorcycle accidents. However, road rash is a significant injury that can lead to incredible pain and suffering. Here, we want to examine how road rash occurs and whether or not individ...