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Rising Motorcycle Accidents Prompt Urgent Need for Adequate Insurance Coverage

In an era where the cost of owning and maintaining automobiles continues to climb, more and more consumers are turning to motorcycles as a viable alternative for commuting and leisure. However, this shift in transportation preferences has come with a stark reality check: an alarming surge in auto versus motorcycle accidents. With this trend, a critical issue has emerged - inadequate insurance coverage among at-fault parties, leaving motorcyclists vulnerable to devastating financial and physical consequences.
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Hit and Run Accidents - Protecting Your Rights

I have been advocating for many years not only to my clients, but to my friends and family as well, that carrying the most uninsured motorist coverage possible is always in your best interests...
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You Are What You Eat, from a Legal Perspective

For those of you with weak stomachs, you may not want to read the rest of this article. What we must talk about today are injuries resulting from improper food preparation, contaminated...
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Ask a personal injury lawyer about automobile insurance

The stories I hear from potential clients are sometimes heartbreaking. Every year I receive calls from someone being sued because they did not have enough auto insurance...
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Maximizing Damages in Injury Cases with Photographs

While it may seem obvious to photograph injuries following an accident, many injury victims do not photograph the injuries, or do in incorrectly...
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Medical Malpractice Law Changes

June 27, 2022
Finally, after almost 50 years, medical negligence cases will see a significant law change which is way overdue for victims of medical negligence. In the 1970s, California legislators capped victims’ compensation for non-economic damages, or “pain and suffering” at $250,000. This cap has never been adjusted for inflation which would be well over $1,000,000.00 in 2022. Beginning in 2023, however, the cap for non-economic damages will be increased to $350,000, then adjusted annually. This is terrific news for injured victims at the hands of negligent health care providers.