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Who is liable for my truck accident?

Commercial truck accidents in California can be particularly traumatizing due to the large size and weight of the truck and the devastating damages that may occur. If you have been involved in a truck accident, you may be thinking about filing a lawsuit against the party or parties responsible for your injuries and damages. If your case is successful, you could recover damages for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other costs relating to the accident.

Filing a premises liability lawsuit against a store

Most of us have been in a situation where we have seen a lose shelf or wet floor at a store. Unfortunately, these dangerous conditions often lead to serious accidents and even more serious injuries. Stores have a responsibility to customers that shop there to make a reasonable effort to maintain the safe condition of their property. If a store fails to conduct regular inspections, fails to fix or eliminate dangerous conditions, or fails to warn of potential hazards, it could be liable for personal injury accidents that occur as a result.

How can one prove a wrongful death claim?

Losing a loved one in an accident may be one of the hardest things a person in California ever has to deal with. Some accidents are truly unpreventable, but the reality is that many personal injury accidents are caused by someone else's negligence and could have been avoided. When a person loses a loved one in a personal injury accident, they may want to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit against the parties responsible for their loved one's death.

Filing a lawsuit after a car accident: who may be held liable?

Many car accident victims in California are overwhelmed after a crash and are unsure what steps to take to make sure they get the compensation they need. Generally, many accident victims find that filing a personal injury lawsuit against the parties responsible for their accident allows them to recover compensation for their accident-related medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and other costs. The question is: who may be held liable? The answer often depends on who was at fault for your accident.

Common damages victims can pursue after a car accident

Many car accident victims suffer serious injuries that affect them for years after the accident. In addition to the physical pain and emotional trauma, they may also struggle to pay for the costly medical treatments they need. If an accident victim in Long Beach chooses to file a personal injury lawsuit against the negligent party, he or she may be able to pursue both economic and non-economic damages.

Alleged DUI driver crashes into Uber car causing personal injury

The holiday season in Southern California and across the nation can place people at risk for being victims of a drunk driving accident. This is especially true after people are returning home from various holiday events and celebrations. Drunk driving accidents can result in injuries and fatalities. In some cases, even if the victims were not driving, but instead were using public transportation or ride-sharing, they could still be injured or killed in a crash caused by a driver who was under the influence. People who are confronted with these problems should know what steps to take to pursue compensation in a personal injury lawsuit.

California truck ports violating rules can cause truck accidents

Trucks are a constant on the roads on Southern California and across the nation. While most truck drivers will adhere to the law to maintain safety and avoid motor vehicle accidents, there are various factors that can lead to a crash. One that is garnering attention is the number of drivers who are working too many hours. Regardless of how and why a crash occurs, the aftereffects can be significant and cause many problems for those involved. A personal lawsuit is often the only strategy to recover a sufficient amount to adequately compensate the victims.

California drivers ranked worst in the country

California is famous for its difficult traffic, but dangers that go beyond seeing a sea of red brake lights are a constantly lurking issue for those who drive in the state. Studies are useful to determine exactly how dangerous it is to drive in California and across the nation. While steps are being taken to ensure and improve safety, there are issues that arise and should be factored in when examining the driving circumstances. A recent study shows that California is viewed as having the worst drivers in the U.S.

Technology advances viewed as a rising cause of car accidents

In Long Beach, throughout California and across the nation, it is growing more common to see drivers whose eyes are everywhere but the road. They are looking down, clearly adjusting dials and pushing buttons. Most of these incidents are linked to smartphone and device use, but other distractions are available to drivers. These are marketed as devices to make life easier with apps for directions and other information built into the car. People who are injured or lose a loved one to a wrongful death incident in a car crash should be aware of the possibility that it was due to a distracted driver.

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