Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney Blog

Regulation of Driverless Cars

Some experts predict that autonomous vehicles will dominate roadways by 2040.  That event will bring lifestyle changes not seen since the Ford Model T. Your morning and afternoon commute will become work time or leisure time as opposed to the current stress time!  DUIs, car accidents, and traffic tickets will decrease. That could mean car…

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Employee must be Driving in the Course and Scope of Employment to Hold Employer Liable.

Woodland Hills personal injury lawyer Barry P. Goldberg is continually looking for viable resources of recovery for his severely injured clients.  One inquiry is always whether the adverse driver was in the scope of employment at the time of the accident in order to access an employer’s potentially larger insurance policy.  There are many recognized…

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California Supreme Court Clarifies a Common-Sense Victory for Policy Holders and Injury Victims.

Woodland Hills personal injury lawyer Barry P. Goldberg has advanced expertise in insurance coverage law.  This expertise is a critical compliment to a personal injury practice.  Mr. Goldberg has been tracking the Liberty Surplus Ins. Corp. v. Ledesma & Meyer Construction Co., Inc. (S236765; 9th Cir. No. 14-56120) case for several reasons. On June 4,…

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The Anguish of a Wrongful Death

The early death of a loved one can cause significant anguish and turmoil for the surviving family. The premature fatality of a cherished person may have happened due to the fault of another person or entity. Wrongful death can be described as someone having passed because of negligence or carelessness, in which legal action can…

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Important New Case—An Insured Plaintiff that Treats with Providers Outside His Insurance Plan are Considered “Uninsured” for the Purpose of Determining Economic Damages.

Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg has been vigorously fighting to obtain fair compensation for his clients in light of recent California Supreme Court decisions that severely limit the admissibility of medical bills to the very low negotiated rate of a health insurer.  Many accident victims chose to reject their own health insurance…

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