FAQ about Personal Injury Claims

If a victim is injured in an incident caused by another party’s negligence, the victim can often file a claim or lawsuit against the party or parties responsible for the incident in order to obtain financial compensation for the losses they have suffered from the injuries. The following are some of the more frequent questions…

Truck Driver Sleepiness Behind the Wheel

It is not uncommon for a truck driver to get sleepy while on route to their delivery destination. Carrying thousands of pounds of cargo, plus enduring long stretches of roadways can quickly lead to fatigue. Feeling exhausted while behind the wheel can endanger others on the road. Here we cover aspects of truck driver sleepiness,…

Three Types of At-Home Elder Abuse

Elder abuse is one of the most under-reported forms of negligence. According to one study, victims only report one out of every fourteen cases.  The percentage could be even lower in home-based abuse cases.  Many victims do not want anyone to “get in trouble.” Furthermore, many victims, in their advanced age, have mental impairments, so…

Distracted Driving

Atlanta’s rush hour traffic consists of stop and go, stop and go, stop and go, etc. If you are travelling on I-85 and happen to notice that the person behind you is talking on his cell phone, you tend to not think much of it.  The fact of the matter is that it seems that…

Woodland Hills Trucking Accident Lawyer

Know Your Options When Your Insurer “Low-Balls” Your Uninsured Motorist Claim!

Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg loves handling Uninsured Motorist claims because it is one of the few circumstances where the insured has leverage over his or her insurance company.  Barry definitely knows what to do when your insurer makes a “Low-Ball” offer in your Uninsured motorist claim—– demand Arbitration! (The same applies…

Barry P. Goldberg Donates to LAPD Devonshire PALS

San Fernando Valley, California – Attorney Barry P. Goldberg donated $1,000 to the Los Angeles Police Department Devonshire PALS Youth Program as part of his law firm’s December Charity Donate-a-Thon.

The Greg Smith LAPD Devonshire Youth Center is a safe and welcoming environment where children of the Northwest community can attend after school programs, interact with police officers and learn valuable life skills. The staff, volunteers, and police officers who work at the center are committed to teaching our youth leadership, integrity and character. The program includes access to computer labs, sports programs, tutoring opportunities, mentoring and more. Mr. Goldberg was overwhelmed by the organization and its focus, sharing that it offers “all the things we take for granted as parents that we forget are not available to the less fortunate—safe place to go after school. Abundant study resources. Tons of desirable programs like guitar lessons, sports, advanced art classes.