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Avoiding Accidents as a Pedestrian: Tips and Tricks

Posted September 8, 2023
Walking to a destination within your community is a health-conscious and eco-friendly choice. It’s also a great way to increase energy, circulation, and overall fitness without the need for special training or a gym membership. But when a fast-moving metal vehicle weighing an average of 4,000 pounds collides with an unprotected pedestrian, the results...
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A Guide to Slip and Fall Claims in Southern California

Posted September 2, 2023
A sudden unexpected fall is a traumatic experience. You may sustain painful injuries and temporary or even permanent disability. When the fall occurs in a public place, embarrassment is a troubling addition to an already painful situation. Despite the feelings of embarrassment most fall victims cite as one of their first emotions after a...
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Will My Driver’s License Be Suspended If I Don’t Have Insurance?

Posted August 22, 2023
With today’s high cost of living in California and elsewhere, it could be tempting to cut a few corners, but cutting out your car insurance isn’t the way to budget. In fact, dropping your coverage could end up costing you far more in the long run. If a law enforcement officer pulls you over...
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The Importance of Evidence in Car Accident Claims

Posted August 18, 2023
In California, it matters who caused a car accident. Like many states, California has a fault-based insurance system that uses comparative negligence laws to allow injury victims to claim damages even if they were partly at fault in the accident. For example, if you’re found to be 20% at fault and your damages amount...
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How Long Does a Personal Injury Case Take?

Posted August 15, 2023
Serious injuries are painful and traumatic. Often, the process of a personal injury case seeking compensation for your damages only adds to the distress, but gaining compensation either directly from the insurance company of the party at fault or through a lawsuit is necessary to recover the losses associated with the injury. If you’ve...
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How Can I Prove I Was Rear-Ended?

Posted August 10, 2023
Each year there are more than 1.7 million rear-end car accidents in the United States, causing about 500,000 injuries and 1,700 deaths. The majority of these impacts occur when the vehicle in the front is completely stopped and the vehicle that hits them is driving at full speed. The driver in the front vehicle...
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