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Do Pedestrians Always Have the Right of Way in CA?

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We’ve all heard the adage “pedestrians have the right of way.” Few of us look into what that actually means, or even if it is true. Below, we explain when and how pedestrians have the right of way in California, and what happens when they don’t. If you’ve been injured in a pedestrian accident… Read More »

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How to Write a Demand Letter For a Dog Bite Injury or Attack In CA

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Even before you file a lawsuit, you can start the negotiation process for compensation after a dog bite injury in California. One of your first steps, after gathering supporting evidence and identifying the responsible parties, will be to send a “demand letter” to the dog owner or their insurance company. Below, we offer tips… Read More »

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Are Dash Cams Legal in California?

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If you’ve been hurt in a car accident, every little bit of evidence helps. If you are very lucky, you might find footage from a nearby traffic camera, a security camera, or even a witness with cell phone footage. Hit and run accidents can be especially disheartening when you lack direct evidence of who… Read More »

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What to Say and What Not to Say to the Insurance Company After a Car Crash

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Talking to the insurance company after an accident can be a nerve-wracking experience. It is important to keep in mind that insurance providers are not your friends; they are there to protect their own financial interests. What you say to them after an accident does matter, and it’s important to go into any conversation… Read More »

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Teenage Car Accidents in Southern California

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Many states have considered changing or have already moved to change the minimum age for drivers from 16 to 18. Although drivers of any age can be negligent or reckless, there is good reason to believe that teen drivers are especially dangerous. Below, we discuss the dangers of teenage drivers and the response by… Read More »

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Accident Backing Out of a Driveway: Who Has the Right Of Way?

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Many accidents occur in parking lots, garages, and just off of residential or commercial driveways. When people start driving, they are often preoccupied with whatever they were doing just before driving, whether that was emailing or texting, looking for directions, or even getting their seatbelt on. Both minor and serious accidents can occur when… Read More »

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Stop Sign Law and Car Accidents in California

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Many people have heard the term “California roll,” referring to drivers who slow down at a stop sign, casually check left and right, and then keep going across an intersection without ever fully stopping. The term may have entered the pop-culture vocabulary, but nowhere in the law was the California roll made legal. Running… Read More »

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Should I Ride the Ambulance After a Car Accident?

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Most people do not think about whether they would ride in an ambulance until they experience a serious injury. Many people are surprised to find out that an ambulance ride is not free. In fact, the cost of an ambulance ride can range from $200 to $2,000. In Los Angeles, the charges average out… Read More »

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What is Comparative Negligence in Terms of Defective Products in CA?

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Comparative negligence is one of those legal terms that many people have heard but, outside of lawyers, most people do not fully understand. The concept is a go-to defense for manufacturers and distributors of defective consumer products who claim that the user was at fault when one of their products malfunctions and injures someone…. Read More »

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What Are the Types of Product Defects?

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Products liability law concerns products that injure customers because of a problem with the product itself. There are three general types of defective product claims: design defect; manufacturing defect; and marketing or advertising defect. A given lawsuit may allege one or more of these claims. Learn about the different types of product defects below…. Read More »

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