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

Car Accident

Jan 19 2022

What to Do if You’re in a Car Accident

No one plans to get into a car accident so when one happens it can shake you up and may impede your ability to think clearly. There are certain steps you should take to protect yourself and your loved ones. Keep these tips tucked away in the back of your mind just in case you… Read More

Truck Accident

Jan 17 2022

Common Types of Truck Accidents

Sacramento sees a large amount of truck and large commercial vehicle traffic due to the significant role it plays in agricultural distribution in the U.S. In fact, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, there were 13,565 accidents involving large trucks or buses on California roads in 2019, making California one of the most… Read More

Car Accident

Jan 17 2022

Watch for These 7 Signs of Distracted Drivers

The most recent statistics show that each year 920,000 motor vehicle accidents are caused by distracted driving. While the first image that might come to mind is someone texting or talking on their cell phone, there are many other forms of distracted driving. Eating, putting on makeup, reading the paper, adjusting the GPS, and even… Read More

Car Accident

Jan 14 2022

Injuries Frequently Sustained in Car Accidents

Did you know that it’s estimated that each year victims of car accidents rack up about $18 billion dollars in lifetime medical costs for injuries suffered from crashes? There are many different types of injuries. Some of the most frequently experienced include: Soft Tissue Injuries—this includes any trauma to skin, muscles, ligaments, or tendons. Whiplash,… Read More

Car Accident

Dec 29 2021

5 Steps to Take Immediately After a Car Accident

There’s an extra high volume of traffic at this time of the year. People out visiting, shopping, going to restaurants and parties means a greater chance of getting into a car accident. Whether it’s a minor fender bender or a major accident there are steps you need to take to protect yourself legally and to… Read More

Brain Injuries

Dec 20 2021

Five Ways to Prove Your Traumatic Brain Injury

If you have suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) as a result of someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible for compensation for your injuries. However, proving the extent of your injury and that someone else is at fault may be harder than you expect. Insurance companies will fight hard to prove that either you… 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

Drunk Driving

Dec 8 2021

DUI Accidents Increase During the Holiday Season

It probably comes as no surprise to learn that the highest number of DUI accidents occur during the month of December. Tragically, many of these involve severe injuries and even fatalities. The reasons are obvious. There are many more social gatherings during the holidays such as family get-togethers, office parties, and other celebrations and most… Read More

Car Accident

Dec 1 2021

Five Tips for Talking to Your Doctor About Your Car Accident Injuries

If you have been in a car accident recently, here are some things that may help you make a quicker recovery and also increase your chances of securing compensation for your injuries. Make an appointment immediately. Some accident victims are rushed to the hospital in an ambulance, but others walk away from the scene seemingly… Read More