When motorcycle accidents happen in California, riders and their passengers can be more than seriously or permanently injured. They can also be killed. Between lost wages, medical expenses, and the loss of the motorcycle, it can be a stressful experience. If you’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident in Woodland Hills, California, first read the answers to the following questions and then contact an experienced motorcycle accident attorney.
In California, dog bites are extremely serious matters. People who are bitten by dogs can suffer from permanent scarring or disfiguration, infections, amputations from severe back, emotional trauma, and other serious side effects. While dog bites are generally handled through California civil law, there are some cases involving dog bites that are considered criminal matters. Criminal charges can be a repercussion in addition to a civil lawsuit.
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Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg handles a disproportionate amount of dog bite and dog attack cases in the San Fernando Valley. Perhaps, the office’s location in suburban Woodland Hills and the surrounding neighborhoods in the San Fernando Valley, like Canoga Park and Tarzana, have a disproportionate number of dogs and families that…Details
Being involved in a truck accident in Woodland Hills can be devastating. Severe spinal cord injuries, permanent disability, lost wages, and even death are common results. A truck accident doesn’t just change the life of the victim. It impacts an entire family. If you or someone you love is involved in a truck accident, you need to immediately meet with a truck accident attorney. This will help protect your legal rights.
How Do Truck Accidents Happen When Their Drivers Are Trained?Details
If you’ve been named as the party responsible for a car accident in San Fernando Valley by an insurance company, you have the right to dispute their decision. Here’s what you need to know about car insurance disputes in California.
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A slip and fall occurs when someone loses their balance because of a slick spot or because they tripped over something on the property. As a result, they are injured in some way. Slip and falls in San Fernando Valley can be dangerous. Although back injuries are most common in slip and falls, traumatic brain injuries from hitting your head, broken bones, and other injuries may occur. While there are laws in place in California to help victims of personal injury, certain elements must be met and slip and fall is no exception. Read over the following legal elements for California slip and falls. If you believe that what happened to you has the following elements, you should call an experienced Woodland Hills slip and fall attorney because slip and fall claims are time sensitive.Details
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…Details
Being involved in an auto accident in California can leave you injured and confused. Would you know what to do? No one gets in the car and plans to get into an auto accident. They happen so fast that it can be hard to remember to do the basics. If you’re involved in an auto accident in Woodland Hills, California, follow these steps.
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Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg gets regular case inquiries about sidewalk trip and falls. Sometimes the injuries can be devastation. However, many potential clients assume that since the dangerous condition was on a public sidewalk, the City has to be liable. Not so fast! Not only do you have the burden of…Details
With the advent of smartphones and social media apps, many Southern Californians have become extremely comfortable sharing pictures, video recordings and other content about themselves on their social media accounts. Applications like Facebook and Instagram installed on a smartphone allow users to instantly take photos and videos of themselves, upload the content to their Facebook walls and social media accounts, tag other individuals included in the content, and indicate the exact location where the photo or video was taken. While the majority of this is innocent and fun, the truth of the matter remains that if a person has an ongoing personal injury case pending in court, these pictures and videos can be used against you in a court of law.Details