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Dangerous Roadways- Who’s Accountable?

  Accountability for dangerous roadways depends on several factors, including the location of the roads, the party who owns and manages them, and the origin of the danger. Typically, government agencies and private enterprises that are responsible for designing,...

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Traumatic Brain Injuries- It’s Not All In Your Head

  Cases in which the plaintiff has suffered a traumatic brain injury typically arise in the context of personal injury claims founded on negligence theory. Negligence-based personal injury claims may include those arising from motor vehicle accidents,...

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Most Common Auto Defects

  What Constitutes a Car Defect?   People rely on their vehicle to travel safely every single day. However, automobile manufacturers often sell vehicles that have defects that can lead to injuries or death. In instances where no one is injured by an...

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What to Do After a Car Accident

Many of us have experienced the shock of a collision. It happens to even the most cautious drivers. Sometimes it comes with great physical injury and suffering and other times it follows with only property damage. Whether you are in a fender bender or a 10-car...

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Mitigating the Impact of Wildfire Loss

    Anyone west of the Rocky Mountains should be concerned about wildfires. Even if you live in a city, you could be subject to loss of income if your economic well-being is impacted directly by an unpredictable wildfire. If you have been to the city of Santa...

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Who’s at Fault?

ISSUE SPOTTING PAST THE COLLISION TO FIND DEEPER POCKETS California has more uninsured drivers than any other state and with California’s minimum bodily injury insurance limits of $15,000/$30,000 ($15,000 per person and $30,000 per occurrence), the chance that the...

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