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How can I Preserve Evidence for My Personal Injury Claim?

To build a strong personal injury case, an injured victim must prove that someone else’s negligence caused their injuries. Whether someone was injured in a car accident, a slip and fall, or a bicycle accident, it is the injured party’s responsibility to collect the evidence necessary to hold the negligent party liable for their injuries. Read More »

Who is Liable in a Self-Driving Car Accident?

More than nine out of 10 car accidents are caused by driver error. Although autonomous vehicles (AV) could potentially eliminate some causes of car crashes, such as speeding and drunk driving, self-driving cars will never be accident-free. In fact, more than 30 accidents involving AVs occurred in the state of California since 2014. One of Read More »

Aftermath of Catastrophic Injury and Legal Process

When someone is injured in an accident, they face challenges, such as not being able to work, having to pay for medical expenses, and possibly obtaining compensation from the person who caused the accident. When catastrophic injuries are involved, the aftermath and legal process can be even lengthier and more arduous. Types of Catastrophic Injuries Read More »

Elements and Proof of Negligence in Wrongful Death Lawsuits

When a person dies as a result of someone else’s negligence, the family members of the decedent may sue the negligent party in a wrongful death lawsuit. To successfully recover compensation for damages, including medical bills and loss of income, survivors must establish the legal elements of wrongful death. Survivors of those who died due Read More »

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A Message to Our Clients About Coronavirus COVID-19

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