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How to File a Case after a Scaffolding Accident in California

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Scaffolding accidents cause nearly 5,000 injuries and deaths every year. When a person is injured while on scaffolding, he or she may be able to file an injury claim for monetary compensation. Depending on the specifics of the case, the claim may provide monetary compensation for a loss of wages and benefits, medical expenses,… Read More »

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The Devastating Effects of Pedestrian Accidents

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Pedestrian accidents are some of the most devastating types of traffic accidents in Southern California. These tragic accidents tend to have serious consequences, including life-changing injuries or fatal injuries. If you or someone you love was recently struck by a vehicle while out for a walk, jog, or run, it is important to know… Read More »

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The “Fatal Four” in Construction Accidents

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In the State of California, construction accidents are very common, and they frequently cause catastrophic injuries. Workers who are injured while on the job can typically find coverage under their company’s Workers’ Compensation insurance. When the injury is catastrophic, however, workers can seek other legal remedies. If the construction accident was the result of… Read More »

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Pedestrian Rights and Establishing Liability

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For the past few years, the State of California has been identified as one of the most dangerous states for pedestrians. According to the California Office of Traffic Safety, nearly 900 pedestrians lost their lives on state roadways in 2018, a 26 percent increase from what was reported in 2014. These figures are shocking… Read More »

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Who Can Be Held Liable After a Truck Accident in California?

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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration strictly regulates commercial truck drivers and trucking companies. The rules and regulations imposed by the agency control how the trucks can be operated and how they should be maintained in order to promote the safety and well-being of those who share the road with these large vehicles. Sadly,… Read More »

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An Overview of California Law on Premises Liability

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In California, premises liability law is a division of personal injury, which focuses on the injuries and damages a person can incur as a result of someone else’s negligence. Premises liability, however, is centered on the premise that the victim’s injuries occurred while he or she was on another’s property. Based on California law,… Read More »

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What To Know When Injured in a Defective Tire Accident

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In the State of California, defective tire accidents are those caused by flawed tires. Flawed tires can be caused as a result of manufacturing or design defects, but they can also be the cause of a lack of warnings, or as a result of another’s negligence. When a car accident has been caused as… Read More »

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Types of Compensation for Construction Workers

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The construction industry is one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. Whether a person is working at a construction site or is simply visiting one, being at a project site can be incredibly dangerous. When an accident happens, it is important to take immediate legal action to ensure the party responsible for… Read More »

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How to Obtain Compensation Through a Wrongful Death Claim

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In an instant, a terrible accident can claim the life of a loved one. Sadly, these accidents happen every day and in most cases, they are the result of another person’s poor decisions. When the negligence of another party leads to a person’s death, the victim’s loved ones may seek monetary restitution from the… Read More »

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How to Receive Permanent Disability Benefits in CA

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In the State of California, permanent disability benefits are provided to workers who have not been able to fully recover from a work-related injury or ailment. When a workers’ medical condition has caused physical limitations or has resulted in long lasting pain, the injured worker may be eligible for permanent disability benefits. When it… Read More »

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