Determining Fault in Multi-Car Accidents

Multi-car accidents are often extremely frightening for all involved and increasingly common in high-traffic and heavy construction areas such as Woodland Hills and Canoga Park. When multiple vehicles, whether they be cars, trucks, big rigs, or motorcycles, are involved in a car crash, more of than not, several victims suffer serious injuries and property damage and some escape a multi-car accident without a single scratch.

One of the most common questions we are asked about multi-car accidents is: Who is at fault?

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How California Law Tries to Protect the Public from Dog Bites

In California, dog owners have a legal obligation to ensure that their dog is under their control at all times. If the dog isn’t in a fenced in yard, it must be on a leash that is no longer than six (6) feet in length. That being said, there are designated dog parks where owners may allow their dogs to play off their leash, but the dogs must still be supervised. Violating the lease law could result in a fine of at least $100 for first offenses. If a dog bites someone, the owner may be held legally liable. The victim may be entitled to receive financial compensation for the bite.

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Concussions: The Most Common Injury in California Car Accidents

Concussions may seem like nothing more than a minor inconvenience, it’s important to recognize that concussions can, indeed, be very serious. They can be so serious that they cause permanent injury to the brain. A recent study involving driving simulators and people who had concussions show that even after taking time to recover from their concussions, they still had slower response times behind the wheel.

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Gross Negligence is Required to Overcome a Liability Waiver.

Woodland Hills Personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg is regularly consulted for almost every imaginable way people are injured.  Sometimes potential clients are very seriously injured in voluntary activities they have undertaken for their own enjoyment or advancement.  However, many of these “activities” can be quite dangerous and serious injury or death can result. Also,…

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