Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney Blog

Why Do Business Customers Slip and Fall?

Personal Injury Attorney The term “slip-and-fall” is what personal injury lawyers refer to in accidents that result from a property owner’s negligence to prevent property users from falling on their premises. A slip-and-fall claim can be brought against a business, a homeowner, or other property owners, including municipal governments. Most slip-and-fall claims, however, are brought…

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Head-On Collision Lawyer

Car Accident Lawyer Woodland Hills, CA Have you been involved in a head-on collision accident? If so, you may have the legal right to pursue legal compensation from the negligent party. What is a Head-On Collision A head-on collision occurs when two cars’ front end meet. In general this happens because one driver is not…

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After a Trucking Accident

Trucking Accident Lawyer Being involved in a commercial truck accident can result in serious and sometimes even fatal injuries. After a collision takes places, you should consider seeking the legal advice of a skilled lawyer. A regular passenger vehicle does not have a chance against a large, weighted semi-truck and the injuries received could be…

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Does a Loss of Consortium Claim apply to the “Per Person” or “Per Claim” Policy Limit?

Woodland Hills personal injury attorney often has the unenviable task of explaining to clients that the courts recognize a spouse’s “loss of consortium” claim as a separate and independent tort.  However, for insurance purposes, a loss of consortium claim is considered “derivative.”  Therefore, under California Insurance Law, the “Per Person” limit applies—- not the “Per…

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Bicycle Crashes

Bicycle Accident Attorney When a car collides with a bicycle, occupants of the car are rarely injured. Bicycle riders, on the other hand, typically suffer serious — and sometimes fatal — injuries. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the number of fatal crashes with bicyclists in the United States increased every year between…

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