Safety Tips for Public Transportation in California

Posted On 01/19/2024 In Personal injury

Public transportation systems like buses, metro systems, subways, street cars, trolleys, and ferries are economical and eco-friendly options for transportation within the community for work, school, errands, and entertainment. The vast majority of public transportation rides safely transport passengers to their destinations without issue, but accidents and injuries sometimes occur, despite the many rules and regulations put in place to protect public safety.

Steps to Take After a Car Accident in Southern California

Posted On 01/11/2024 In Car Accident

A car accident is a traumatic experience with the terror of losing control, the force of the crash, and the sound of crushing metal and glass—all memories most car accident injury victims in Southern California never forget.

California’s Laws Regarding Cell Phone Use While Driving

Posted On 01/9/2024 In Car Accident

Distracted driving remains a leading cause of car accidents in California, despite a series of laws put into place during the past decade to prevent cell phone use behind the wheel.

Evidence to Preserve After an Injury Case in California

Posted On 01/5/2024 In Personal injury

No one begins their day expecting it to end in the hospital but unexpected injuries occur in an instant, sending around 40 million people to the emergency room in the U.S.

What Does “Duty of Care” Mean in a Southern California Injury Case?

Posted On 01/1/2024 In Personal injury

Personal injury law in Southern California and elsewhere across the United States is based on the premise that all people owe a duty of care toward others in their vicinity. When a person breaches—or fails to uphold—this duty of care, they’ve committed an act of negligence and put others at risk.

Yearly Car Maintenance Checklist for 2024

Posted On 12/29/2023 In Automobile

Properly maintaining your vehicle is essential, not only to protect yourself and your family from mechanical failures and expensive repairs but also to prevent a serious car accident. Not only could an accident resulting from poor vehicle maintenance cause injuries to yourself, your family, and others on the road, but it also leaves you liable for damages, including property damage and medical expenses.

Understanding California’s Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

Posted On 12/27/2023 In Personal injury

Like all states, California places limits on the amount of time after an injury occurs that the victim may make a claim for damages. In personal injury cases, the word “damages” refers to the consequences of an injury, including the victim’s medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering.

What’s the Difference Between HOV and Fastrak Lanes?

Posted On 12/19/2023 In Accidents,Automobile

Updated May 2, 2024

People new to California often call it a “car state.” This nickname stems from the fact that cities in California sprawl out over many miles rather than existing in small, concentrated areas with buildings built upward rather than outward, which is more common in East Coast cities.

Important California Traffic Laws

Posted On 12/15/2023 In Accidents,Automobile

California is known as a “car state” for a reason. Compared to cities in East Coast states, California’s urban areas are spread out over many miles rather than concentrated in a small area with buildings built upward into skyscrapers.

What to Ask a Personal Injury Lawyer

Posted On 12/13/2023 In Personal injury

Experiencing a sudden traumatic injury is painful and distressing, but when it is caused by someone else’s negligence, reckless actions, or intentional wrongdoing, the painful experience becomes even worse as victims face the complicated legal system to recover their injury-related losses.

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