With the excitement of Halloween right around the corner, it’s easy to forget the safety precautions we should be taking to ensure a fun-filled and injury-free night. As the dedicated injury attorneys of a respected California personal injury law firm, we’ve seen the consequences of overlooked safety measures and we hope to help members of […]
Going back to school is an exciting time for parents and students alike. New friends, new teachers, and new opportunities await. But as schools reopen, it’s crucial not to overlook one important aspect: traffic safety. With more cars on the road during drop-off and pick-up times, not to mention school buses and children walking or […]
Under California law, a time restriction, or a statute of limitations, is placed on filing personal injury lawsuits. This ensures that legal actions are initiated when the evidence is still accessible and witness accounts are still vivid. In general, for a personal injury lawsuit in California, you have a two-year window to initiate legal proceedings. […]
As the summer season unfolds with its sunny allure and invites everyone outdoors, it’s important to remember that safety should always come first. As a personal injury law firm in California with a keen interest in safety, our personal injury attorneys have compiled this guide on preventing injuries during outdoor activities this summer. While we […]
The new year has brought some recent changes to existing California personal injury law statutes, mainly related to what is known as “time-limited demands.”
Within the framework of personal injury law, such demands may be referred to as “time-limited settlement offers,” “policy limit demands,” “time limit demands,” or “998 offers to compromise,” all of which have long been regulated by California’s Code of Civil Procedures (Section 998).
It is not uncommon for crime victims to suffer injuries due to the conduct that has made them victims in the first place. It is less common for crime victims to be informed that they may be able to hold the perpetrators of that conduct liable in civil court. Far too often, the misperception persists that the only way to achieve justice for a crime that causes injury is for the perpetrator to be held accountable in criminal court.