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Blog Posts in October, 2017

  • Motorcycle Accidents: The Most Common Causes

    || 18-Oct-2017

    Riding a motorcycle can be an enjoyable experience. It’s a reason there are so many riders throughout California. However, there can be problems, especially when it comes to accidents. While the frequency of collisions from motorcycles are on the same level of frequency as other kinds of accidents, they can be more likely to lead to injuries or even death. In fact, the federal government in ...
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  • The crash happened on election day. Our client had just picked up his 6-year-old daughter from school and was on his way to vote. He wanted his daughter to participate in this important civic duty. A tractor trailer ran a red light and t-boned our client on the driver’s side. The force of the impact crushed the driver’s side door and trapped our client inside his car. Thankfully his ...
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  • Many people have heard the old adage that a personal injury case is worth three times the medical bills. That is simply not true. Each case—just like each person and each injury—is unique. The value of a case depends primarily on two factors, how long the injuries last and how severely they disrupt the person’s life. We recently forced an insurance company to pay the full ...
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  • Medical Malpractice: Preventable Mistakes During Surgery

    || 4-Oct-2017

    If you are having surgery done, the expectation is that the procedure will be done successfully by your doctor and their team. However, this is not always the case. While no one wants to hear that an error occurred during the process, it can happen. And in these instances, it can be easy to call it medical malpractice. The problem is that it is complicated to determine what is considered medical ...
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