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Winning Damages Even if You Are Partly at Fault for a Car Crash

People who negligently injure others or who cause property damage can be held legally responsible. The person hurt or suffering a loss is usually entitled to monetary compensation. However, it’s Read More

Identifying Signs of Traumatic Brain Injury After an Accident

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is severe harm resulting from a heavy blow or forceful jolt to the head, with or without a piercing of the skull. Although some symptoms Read More

Proving Fault in a California Automobile Negligence Lawsuit

California law provides for determining liability in automobile accidents based on a pure comparative negligence system. That is, a party who is at fault for the collision is responsible for Read More

What You Should Know Before Trying to Settle an Auto Accident Claim

By most estimates, only 3 to 5 percent of auto accident cases go all the way to trial. That means that if you’re involved in an accident, the amount of Read More

Accidents Dropped, but Fatalities Rose During the Pandemic

When COVID-19 first spread across the United States in the spring of 2020, businesses closed and daily routines were upended. Lockdowns, work-from-home arrangements and other measures designed to “stop the Read More

How to Prove the Other Driver’s Fault in a Car Crash Injury Lawsuit

Being in a car accident can have a devastating impact on your life — physically, emotionally, and financially. If someone else’s negligence or recklessness behind the wheel caused in your Read More

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