Premise Liability FAQ

December 29, 2014

Get answers to some common questions about premise accidents and liability. If you have suffered an accident resulting in injury while on someone else’s property, you may have the ability to bring a suit against them and recover compensation. You would have to prove that they were aware of a danger on their property (or […]

Airbag Injuries: Who Is Liable?

December 26, 2014

Depending on the circumstances of the accident, you may be able to target multiple parties in an airbag injury lawsuit. Over the past few months, airbag injuries have gained a lot of attention as seven major automakers issued airbag recalls affecting more than a million vehicles. Airbags are of course intended as a safety feature, […]

SoCalGas Found Liable for Brain and Burn Injuries

December 22, 2014

Jury awards $19.8 million to a man injured when his home exploded. Pengxuan Diao was asleep when a SoCalGas employee arrived to service the gas system on the San Gabriel property where he and others lived. While working, the employee somehow opened a valve on a gas line that lead to the back house that […]

What is a Personal Injury Demand Letter?

December 18, 2014

A personal injury demand letter is the first step in securing a fair settlement from an insurance company. If you have been injured in a traffic accident or premises accident, typically your best potential source of compensation will be the liable party’s insurance coverage. If the insurance company does not make you an offer, or […]

Two Serious Bus Accidents Involve Starline Tours

December 15, 2014

Standing on double-decker tour buses leads to serious injuries and death. On July 16, Lauren Guerra filed a bus accident injury lawsuit against Starline Tours, alleging that their negligence resulted in her experiencing disfiguring facial injuries during a tour last year. Guerra says that she was riding up on the top, open level of the […]

Could Budget Cuts Lead to Premises Accidents on State Property?

December 13, 2014

New state budget disappoints due to low property tax revenue and could put the public at risk. Earlier this year, Governor Jerry Brown and California legislators introduced a budget that promised up to $200 million for maintenance activities at various public universities, state parks, and other government-funded institutions. The University of California and California State […]

Driver Fatigue Suspected in Fatal Bus Crash

December 10, 2014

Officials continue to investigate the causes of a recent northern California bus accident. According to the California Highway Patrol, a recent bus accident that killed one person and injured dozens more may have been caused by driver fatigue. The bus, which was traveling from Los Angeles to Pasco, Washington, crashed about 100 miles short of […]

Rush Hour Car Accidents in LA

December 5, 2014

With an accident every minute during the evening rush hour, you need to know what to do in the event of an auto accident. The Los Angeles area is notorious for its traffic. In fact, according to a study from Texas A&M University, seven of the top ten most congested roads in the country are […]

Understanding the 4 Categories of Brain Damage Symptoms

December 3, 2014

A traumatic brain injury can cause a variety of severe symptoms affecting a victim’s independence and quality of life. According to the CDC, around 1.7 million Americans experience a traumatic brain injury each year, primarily from blows to the head suffered in car accidents, falls, sports accidents, etc. Some other individuals may experience an acquired […]

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