Personal Injury

Jul 19 2022

Not All Injuries are Obvious

When someone is involved in a car, motorcycle, truck, or bicycle accident, there are usually clear signs of an injury: bleeding, a broken bone, road rash, loss of consciousness, etc. But internal injuries such as organ damage may not be immediately apparent. That’s one reason why it’s essential to get a medical examination as soon after an accident as possible.… Read More

Personal Injury

Jan 20 2022

What Not to Say to an Insurance Adjuster

It is common to assume that the insurance adjuster handling your claim after an accident will be on your side and want to help you secure the best possible settlement to cover your medical treatment and additional expenses. Unfortunately, this is not generally the case. Typically, insurance companies want to save money by avoiding paying… Read More

Personal Injury

Jan 20 2022

What Is the Discovery Phase of a Personal Injury Case?

There are several phases to a personal injury lawsuit. The money that you can recover can make a world of difference when you’re paying your medical bills and worrying about your lost wages. The better you understand the process, the greater your chances of success. When you work with a California personal injury attorney, you’ll… Read More

Personal Injury

Jan 10 2022

What Documents Do I Need for my Personal Injury Case?

If you’ve been injured in an accident, you may need to gather documentation to negotiate with the at-fault party’s insurance company or to prove your case in court. Proper documentation can be the key to a successful claim or litigation. An experienced California personal injury attorney can help guide you through the process of pursuing… Read More

Personal Injury

Jan 1 2022

What You Should Know About Requesting an Accident Report

Immediately after a car accident, it’s easy to be overwhelmed and in shock. In California, you must report certain incidents to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). If the police attend your accident, the reporting responsibility becomes theirs. This is true whether the local police department, sheriff’s department, or Highway Patrol is on the scene.… Read More

Personal Injury

Dec 10 2021

Five Ways to Prove Your Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord injuries can be caused by a car or bike accident, a medical error, a construction accident, or in many other ways. The effects of such an injury are often permanent and life-altering. The medical expenses for treatment and rehabilitation can seem impossible to repay. If your injury was caused by someone else’s negligence,… Read More

Accident Attorney

Oct 12 2021

Dealing with a Brain Injury After a Car Accident

Unfortunately, a traumatic brain injury (TBI), is one of the more common and most serious types of injuries that can occur after a motor vehicle accident. A brain injury is defined as an injury to the brain that occurs after birth and is not congenital, genetic, or the result of a degenerative condition such as… Read More

5 Benefits of Hiring a Local Personal Injury Lawyer

If you’ve suffered a traumatic injury after an accident you are probably overwhelmed with many difficulties. One of the most pressing is figuring out how to get the compensation you will need to get you through this challenging time and make you whole going forward. This is where an experienced, compassionate and local personal injury… Read More

Do’s and Don’ts for Preventing Bike Accidents

In 2019 there were 846 bicyclists who died in traffic accidents according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Many of these crashes could have been avoided if both drivers and cyclists obeyed traffic laws and were diligent about watching out for one another. Below are some do’s and don’ts for preventing bike accidents:… Read More

School’s Open: Tips for Motorists

It’s back to school time and just as children are preparing for a new morning routine, drivers commuting to work need to adjust as well. The Automobile Association of America’s (AAA) annual campaign, “School’s Open – Drive Carefully” offers the following tips for drivers to protect children traveling to and from school: Build extra time… Read More