PALMDALE, CA - Two Deputies, Three Civilians Injured in Car Accident on Avenue Q and Orchid View Place

59 Killed, 527 Injured in Las Vegas Mass Shooting at Route 91 Harvest Festival

  Hordes of country music fans flocked to the three-day Route 91 Harvest Festival this past weekend in Las Vegas. While singing and dancing to Jason Aldean’s performance Sunday night, just roughly 400 yards from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, a hail of rapid-fire shots was heard. Thousands were left confused; the outdoor arena […]

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SAN DIEGO, CA – Damages Sustained in Two-Car Crash on 15 Freeway near Carroll Canyon Road

Emotional Stress Damages In A Personal Injury Case

If you’ve been injured by someone else’s wrongful acts, you’re probably aware of your ability to recover damages resulting from medical bills and lost wages. But did you know that you may also be entitled to “emotional stress damages” or “psychological damages” in many cases? Although these are not the terms that would necessarily be […]

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LOS ANGELES, CA - Bystander Killed, Two Injured in Street Race Crash on South Central Avenue near East 50th Street

Who Pays For Legal Fees From A Car Accident?

There are many accidents that result in someone being injured who did not cause the accident. These people have valid personal injury claims, yet it takes an experienced and competent attorney to get them the compensation they need and deserve. But who pays for legal fees from a car accident?   When You Are Partly […]

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Is Your Gym Liable If You Get Injured?

If you get hurt at the gym, you might be wondering whether or not you can sue the facility for the injury, and the answer is: it depends. While there is always an inherent risk for injury at a gym, fitness injuries that occur because an owner, manager, or staff member was negligent may entitle […]

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What Is Comparative Fault In A Slip And Fall Injury Case?

When you are injured in a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property, you must prove that the incident that caused your injuries was the fault of the possessor of the property (or those charged with the maintenance of the property). This usually requires showing that they negligently allowed the hazard to persist, or […]

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When Auto Accident Symptoms Do Not Improve

When most people think about automobile accident injuries, they usually think of broken bones, wounds, torn muscles and ligaments. These kinds of injuries are relatively easy to see, but there’s one type of injury that isn’t and it may end up being a permanent one. You may be entitled to compensation when auto accident symptoms […]

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How Does an Attorney Get Paid In A Personal Injury Case?

If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident or suffered some kind of loss, many overwhelming thoughts may be going through your mind. You have many options to consider and many details to think about. It is important that you talk to an attorney as soon as possible to determine whether […]

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When A Claim Results From Negligent Security

Often, criminal assaults are not the result of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, but rather they are the result of negligent security practices. Both homeowners and commercial property owners are required to provide a safe environment for guests. When they fail to keep the environment safe and someone is assaulted or injured, […]

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FRESNO, CA – 2 Killed in Motorcycle-SUV Collision at Willow Avenue and Tulare Avenue Intersection

5 Tips Every Motorcyclist Should Know

Motorcycle deaths have increased in the last 15 years, and annual deaths are reaching an all-time high. About 80 percent of reported motorcycle crashes result in injury or death for the motorcyclist, compared to about 20 percent for car crashes. Medical appointments, physical therapy, and loss of work are challenging enough after a motorcycle accident […]

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Can A Child Be Held Negligent In A Personal Injury Case?

While the law offers some protection to children who are being sued, they can still be held liable for their actions. It’s the parents, however, who usually foot the bill. The law assumes that children do not have the same well-formed judgment as adults, therefore it has fashioned special rules for liability and compensation in […]

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