Going to Trial vs. a Settlement

Posted On 12/4/2023 In Personal injury

If you’ve been seriously injured in an accident caused by another party’s negligence, reckless actions, or purposeful wrongdoing, you shouldn’t be left responsible for the undue damages. In personal injury claims, the word “damages” refers to all the economic consequences to the victim, such as their medical expenses and lost wages, plus the non-economic consequences like pain and suffering.

What to Do If I Was In a Crash With an Uninsured Driver in California?

Posted On 12/1/2023 In Automobile

Serious car accidents often result in far more than simple property damage to a vehicle. Many accidents cause serious physical injuries and significant financial impacts, including medical costs and lost wages due to time away from work during recovery.

What Does Negligence Mean in Personal Injury Law?

Posted On 11/28/2023 In Personal injury

Experiencing a serious injury is always painful and unexpected, sometimes sending your life spiraling in an unanticipated direction. If the injury occurred at home through no fault but your own, then you’ve no option but to rely on your medical insurance and to take a loss on any missed income and injury-related expenses during your recovery period.

Navigating Liability After an Injury On Public Transit

Posted On 11/24/2023 In Personal injury

Despite California’s reputation as a car-culture state, it’s also a mecca for massive public transit systems such as Los Angeles County’s Metro Transportation Authority, and San Francisco’s Municipal Railway as well as thousands of shuttles, coaches, streetcars, and rail services.

Southern California’s Dangerous Intersections

Posted On 11/15/2023 In Accidents,Automobile

Los Angeles is known as a “car city,” in comparison to Eastern urban meccas like New York, where residents heavily rely on public transportation. Compared to New York—built upward due to a lack of ground space—Southern California’s towns and cities spread out across a larger distance, making car travel necessary for the majority of residents.

Common Causes of Car Accidents in SoCal

Posted On 11/6/2023 In Accidents,Automobile

California is a beautiful state for driving. Whether you’re a resident heading out for your daily work commute or a tourist visiting the Golden State to take in the breathtaking views and exciting West Coast culture, knowing the greatest risks on the roadways in California can help you avoid them.

Tips for Choosing the Right Personal Injury Attorney in Southern California

Posted On 11/1/2023 In Personal injury

Experiencing a sudden traumatic injury can send your life spinning off course in a moment. When the injury results from someone else’s negligence or wrongful actions, it’s even more distressing. Not only do you deserve financial compensation for the consequences of the injury—known as “damages” in a personal injury claim—but you also deserve justice.

Do First Time Offenders Go to Jail?

Posted On 08/2/2021 In Criminal Defense

Being arrested is stressful, and as a first-time offender, you are most likely feeling frightened and overwhelmed by your pending criminal charges. Rest assured that an experienced Phoenix criminal defense lawyer can guide you through this unfortunate event in your life with valuable counsel and skills to help you avoid any unnecessary jail time, fines, and blemishes on your record.

What are the Steps in the Criminal Prosecution Process?

Posted On 07/21/2021 In Criminal Defense

When you or a loved one face criminal charges, your future is uncertain. However, knowing the process behind criminal prosecution can relieve some of your anxiety and put your mind at ease.

What is Considered to be a Criminal Offense?

Posted On 07/16/2021 In Criminal Defense

When discussing court cases, it can often be confusing to determine the difference between a “civil case” and a “criminal offense.” After all, both civil and criminal cases involve courts, so is there really a difference?

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