How To Get The Most Out Of A Free Personal Injury Attorney Consultation
You’ve likely seen the call to action “Come In For A Free Consultation!” on many California personal injury attorney advertisements. Whether on TV, radio, billboard, or even the side of a bus. If you see this right after experiencing a personal injury, it may seem to be kismet. However, there are some things you should […]
How is a property owner responsible for safety?
If you have hurt yourself on the premises of a business or on a private property, it is likely that you have incurred substantial medical costs, suffered a loss of wages, and endured physical and emotional suffering as part of the process. Of course, this is extremely frustrating, especially if you believe that the property […]
I was injured in a park; what should I do?
When we are enjoying time in a park or otherwise maintained outdoor space, we tend to take it for granted that we are safe and do not need to watch out for injury. However, because of poor maintenance and negligence when it comes to outdoor spaces, people can injure themselves due to no fault of […]
Who is at fault in a bike and car collision?
Cycling can be dangerous, especially when on busy roads or when not observing the rules of the road. Bicycle accidents happen frequently, sometimes leading to minor injuries, and occasionally causing fatalities. Accidents involving cyclists can often be serious because a cyclist has little to no protection from the impact of a vehicle. This impact can […]
New fire safety requirements for rental units
Were you hurt in an apartment unit that had a fire? Depending on the way your property manager or landlord maintained the fire safety standards of your building, you might be able to file a personal injury claim to seek financial damages stemming from the fire. Fire safety standards are continually being updated and improved, […]
Were your kids hurt on the playground? We can help
Adults often have fond memories of the playground days of youth — hanging upside down from monkey bars, swinging high on a fine summer afternoon, or even warily eyeing the distance to the ground before whooshing down the “big slide.” But despite the joys in remembering simpler times, playgrounds were and remain fairly dangerous to […]
Falling from a ladder can cause personal injury or death
Did you know that falling from heights is the leading cause of death in the construction industry? According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), falls accounted for nearly 40 percent of construction worker fatalities in 2015. It is more than reasonable to assume that many others suffered a serious personal injury due to […]