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The COVID-19 (coronavirus) has no doubt impacted all aspects of our lives. Courts and judicial proceedings are not immune to the upheavals of this pandemic. In response, state courts across California are implementing a variety of measures to curtail public activity in many instances, and in others to shut down completely. Each court is making […]

California Prop 213

Proposition 213 is a California state law that went into effect on November 6, 1996. This law is intended to restrict uninsured motorists from collecting non-economic damages resulting from a motor vehicle accident, even if the collision was not their fault. This article explains Prop 213 and how it affects drivers in California in more […]

tax 2020

You were involved in an accident caused by the negligence or recklessness of another party. If you’re collecting a settlement or judgment, you may wonder if it is taxable income. The answer is, “it depends.” Personal injury settlements can be taxable, nontaxable, or partially taxable depending on various factors, such as how you were damaged, […]

distraction driving

There were more than 485,866 motor vehicle collisions last year in California. Most of these crashes were caused by simple distracted driving mistakes that were completely preventable. That’s why the state of California has enacted a list of laws aimed at dealing with and reducing distracted driving. What is Distracted Driving? California laws define distracted […]

car accident attorney

Main Components of Your Accident Case: Liability, Coverage and Damages When you get into an accident, you expect the party at fault to compensate you for your injuries. Although the ideal situation is for the liable party, or their insurance carrier, to simply tender a check for their policy limits, it is rarely a case. […]

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