The Secret To Ensuring A Fair Settlement For Your Auto Accident Injuries

Generally speaking, for a claim to be considered a personal injury claim, there must have been must have been damage to a person or their property. Personal injury claims are filed against a third party or entity, such as a business, for wrongful or negligent actions. Common personal injury cases are:

  • Auto accidents
  • Slip and fall
  • Dog bites
  • Construction accidents
  • Uninsured motorist accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
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Understanding Your Auto Insurance Coverage Options

As a responsible car owner in California, there are a number of different types of auto insurance coverage you can purchase. While some are not necessary, others can be quite the lifesavers.

Liability Insurance

Liability insurance protects the insured in the event he or she is sued for claims that come within the coverage of the insurance policy. Most states require liability insurance.  Liability insurance covers medical bills, proper damage, and more. All drivers must have a specific minimum amount of liability insurance, determined by the laws of the state they are in.

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Fail to File the NEW right Document (2017) after your Accident-Lose Your License!

In August 2014, Woodland Hills personal injury attorney, Barry P. Goldberg, published an immensely popular Article “Fail to File the Right Document after your Accident-Lose Your License.” That Article is still widely read and very popular on the Internet getting literally hundreds of reads every month.  It turns out that the public (and some lawyers!) are…

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Hit and Run Accidents in Canoga Park

Hit and run accidents are all too common in the San Fernando Valley, and Canoga Park is no exception. Sadly, many victims of hit and run accidents do not report their injuries or property damage to their insurance company, as they are not aware that they can recover financial compensation.

Insurance and hit and runs

Auto insurance is required for drivers in California. Indeed, the state has set minimum auto liability insurance requirements that must be met by drivers in order to comply with the law. Drivers must carry at least, $15K personal injury/death to one person.

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What happens when you are injured by an “Aggressive Driver”?

Woodland Hills Personal Injury Attorney Barry P. Goldberg must separate out aggressive driving from “road rage” on a regular basis.  The term “road rage” is often confused with “aggressive” driving.  Understanding the difference between ‘aggressive” driving and “road rage” is important when deciding what claims to pursue. What is Aggressive Driving? Aggressive driving is intentional…

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