Personal Injury Archives
Whether you were hurt by medical malpractice, in a slip and fall, or by any other negligent act, you can file a claim for damages. Many people choose to file a claim on their own, thinking their case is straightforward enough to do so.
California was one of the first states to issue a stay-at-home order when the COVID-19 pandemic first hit. While the order was intended to keep everyone in the state safe, employees that work from home are still susceptible to injury.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, federal legislators enacted the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).
An accident can happen in an instant and when it does, it can change your life. Many accidents are preventable and are caused by the negligence, or carelessness, of another person.
Car accident cases are extremely complex, with several steps involved. One of the first things a personal injury lawyer will do when working on a case is conduct a thorough investigation to determine which party was at fault for the crash.
As a business owner, you spend the majority of your time running your business. You do not have the time for lengthy litigation that involves a discrimination claim, and you cannot afford the distraction it will become to your employees as you try to maintain daily operations.
It was in September 2019 that Assembly Bill 5 (AB-5) was signed into law, and it came into effect on January 1, 2020.
Traumatic brain injuries, commonly referred to as TBIs, are some of the most severe injuries a person can suffer in an accident.
Motor vehicle accidents are sudden, unexpected events. While drivers often experience varying degrees of shock in the immediate aftermath, it is important to be aware that the things you do or say during this time can have a major impact on your rights when filing a claim.
A slip and fall accident can be embarrassing if it happens in a public place. To avoid calling attention to yourself, you may be tempted to brush off the incident and downplay any injuries you suffer as a result.