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  • Who Should I Call First: A Personal Injury Lawyer or My Insurance?
    Who Should I Call First: A Personal Injury Lawyer or My Insurance?

    Although the following information below can apply to many different scenarios involving an injury, let’s assume you are injured in a car accident . You did everything you needed to at the scene, like ...

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  • What is the 'Made Whole' Doctrine?
    What is the 'Made Whole' Doctrine?

    Like several other states, California abides by the “Made Whole” doctrine when it comes to personal injury lawsuits – but, what is this doctrine, who does it affect, and how does it work? Put simply, ...

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  • What Are the Three Types of Product Liability Claims?
    What Are the Three Types of Product Liability Claims?

    Take a second to think about a product you use every day. It can be a personal electronic device, a household appliance, or even a hygiene product – anything at all. Now, consider how it could cause ...

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  • Debunking Common Myths about Wrongful Death Lawsuits
    Debunking Common Myths about Wrongful Death Lawsuits

    It’s never easy when a loved one in your life dies, but matters can be made much more complicated when someone is responsible for their death. In such a situation, people can file wrongful death ...

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  • Who Is Liable in a Construction Vehicle Injury?
    Who Is Liable in a Construction Vehicle Injury?

    Everything we do involves some degree of risk. If you drive a car, you could get into an accident. Even if you stay home all day, you risk the damage of being sedentary. All jobs, then, have their ...

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  • Vehicle Accidents and California’s Comparative Negligence Laws
    Vehicle Accidents and California’s Comparative Negligence Laws

    In personal injury cases, the discussion often centers around liability. Liability is the legal way of saying “responsibility.” If someone is hurt, it’s the court’s job to decide who is responsible, ...

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