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Slip and Fall Deposition Questions a Defendant’s Lawyer Might Ask

Slip and Fall Deposition Questions a Defendant's Lawyer Might Ask A deposition is a face-to-face meeting with the defense’s legal team. You’ll be asked questions, under oath, about your personal injury and how your slip and fall happened (and likely recorded or videotaped). This is for the defense to determine what your claims are about. They’ll also

December 2nd, 2022|0 Comments

When to Call the Police for a Car Accident in California

When to Call the Police for a Car Accident in California Per California law, you must call the police if you were involved in a car accident that caused an injury or death. But you should always contact law enforcement, even if the accident is minor. A police officer’s account and an accident report, filed within 24

November 25th, 2022|0 Comments

Examples of Non-Economic Damages

Examples of Non-Economic Damages In a personal injury lawsuit, you can claim various types of damages. These include economic damages, which are quantifiable and based on tangible losses. Another type is non-economic damages, or special damages, that aren’t as easy to calculate compared to documented financial losses, expenses, or charges. Non-Economic Damages Defined Non-economic damages are non-monetary

November 18th, 2022|0 Comments

Do I Need to Notify the DMV If My Car Is Totaled in California?

Do I Need to Notify the DMV If My Car Is Totaled in California? You are required to notify the DMV if your car is totaled in California. It is an important step in filing an insurance claim, accepting a settlement, or keeping the car. Failing to notify the DMV may result in serious fines and penalties. 

November 11th, 2022|0 Comments

What Are the Most Common Injuries in a Vehicle Rollover Accident?

What Are the Most Common Injuries in a Vehicle Rollover Accident? A vehicle rollover is the most dangerous and deadly kind of accident. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 30% of passenger vehicle occupant fatalities occur due to rollover crashes. Speeding, impaired/distracted drivers, and aggressive driving are common causes of rollovers, which involve cars

October 28th, 2022|0 Comments

The Insurance Company Says My Car Is Totaled? What Does This Mean?

The Insurance Company Says My Car Is Totaled? What Does This Mean? You were in a car accident, but the good thing is no one was seriously injured. However, the insurance company says your car is “totaled” (even though it doesn’t look destroyed). This term can be misleading, which is why we will explain exactly what this

October 21st, 2022|0 Comments

What Are the Latest Bird Scooter Requirements?

What Are the Latest Bird Scooter Requirements? As Bird scooters appear in cities across California, the potential for accidents is increasing. There are requirements in place to help you safely share the road and park your scooter. We’ll detail the latest Bird scooter requirements and how to have a safe, uneventful ride. How to Use a Bird

October 14th, 2022|0 Comments

What Are the Restitution Laws in California?

What Are the Restitution Laws in California? If you’ve been a victim of a crime that caused financial harm, California law entitles you to compensation. The court can issue a restitution order in which the defendant is required to cover medical bills, lost wages, or the value of stolen or damaged property. Other economic losses may be

September 30th, 2022|0 Comments
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