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How Long Should You Feel Sore After an Accident?

California has the highest annual number of fatal crashes in the United States, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). As the most populous state in the country, California had more than 27 million registered license holders in 2019. Car accidents are more common in high volume traffic, and even minor collisions can […]

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Is California a No-Fault State for Car Accidents?

Each state has different laws for resolving accident and insurance disputes. For auto accidents, states have either no-fault or at-fault insurance laws. California is an at-fault state, which means the driver deemed responsible for the accident is liable for paying the costs of potential injuries and property damage sustained by other parties. To receive compensation, […]

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How Do Attorneys Prove Psychological Suffering?

Psychological trauma refers to the mental anguish that one party inflicts on another. There is no exclusive lawsuit for psychological trauma, but it forms an important part of personal injury lawsuits involving emotional distress. If you have suffered psychological trauma, consider enlisting the services of lawyers to help you file a lawsuit.  What Is Psychological […]

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Why Do Insurance Companies Lowball Injured People?

If you’re dealing with an insurance settlement following an accident, it can be stressful. Often you need to pay several expensive bills for medical treatment, and you may not have the money to pay for them. Unfortunately, insurance companies know this and may try to take advantage of you. The California personal injury lawyers at […]

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6 Simple Tips for Dealing With Bay Area Traffic

If you live or work in the Bay Area, you know the reality of being stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic for 30 minutes or even longer and are familiar with the chronic congestion choking the area. The drive from San Jose to Mountain View can take more than 2 hours instead of 20 minutes door-to-door due […]

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California’s Court of Appeals Amazon Product Liability Decision: Latest News

The recent decision by California’s Court of Appeals regarding Amazon’s product liability in defective products sold by third parties on its platform may have profound repercussions not just for Amazon but for operators of all e-commerce sites. The April 26, 2021, decision in Loomis v. Amazon.com LLC went against Amazon in a development likely to […]

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