We are almost at the end of 2019. As we look toward a new year, we want to wish everyone a happy and safe New Year. With that in mind, we would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone of a few simple tips that can help you increase your health and wellbeing in 2020.
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching. What are your plans for the Thanksgiving holiday this year? Are you traveling or are you preparing a huge feast at home for family and friends? If you are serving Thanksgiving dinner this year, it can be helpful to review some of the common safety tips to ensure that your Thanksgiving dinner is a success this year.
Sometimes it is too easy to get bogged down in the stress of preparing for the holidays instead of enjoying the season. Shopping, cleaning, wrapping, decorating, cooking, and dealing with bored children can quickly take the fun out of the holiday season. Make sure that you find time this year to enjoy the magic of the holidays with family and friends.
Below is a list of holiday traditions that many families enjoy each year. We hope that you find something your family can enjoy as you celebrate this magical time of year.
A San Francisco woman has filed a lawsuit in the San Francisco County Superior Court for an alleged dog attack near Josiah Avenue in June 2016. The complaint alleges that the woman suffered damages because of the dog, including medical expenses and special damages. She is alleging the defendants are responsible for her damages for their failure to contain their dog under premises liability laws.
If you have been injured in a dog attack, you may be entitled to recover compensation for your injuries. Call (916) 999-9000 for a free appointment with a Sacramento dog bite attorney.
When you are a guest on someone’s property, you don’t expect to be injured in an accident. Unfortunately, there are incidents in which guests are injured in a slip and fall accident on private property. When you are injured on private property, you have the same right to recover compensation for your injuries and damages as you do if you are injured on public property. However, you must prove liability in order to receive compensation. If you fail to prove liability, you won’t receive any compensation for your injuries in a slip and fall claim.
A Sacramento slip and fall attorney can investigate the circumstances of your fall on private property to determine if you have a valid claim under California’s premises liability laws. Contact our office to schedule a free consultation with one of our Sacramento slip and fall attorneys.