Posts Tagged 'Berg Injury Lawyers'



5 Common Back Injuries Suffered in Car Accidents

The human body is not designed to absorb the force created when traveling in a car and abruptly stopping. Your back is particularly vulnerable to injury in a car crash. Although many back injuries may heal themselves, and others are treatable, some back injuries may negatively impact your quality of life, especially if they are […]

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Understanding Burden of Proof in Civil Lawsuits

If you’ve been injured due to someone’s actions or negligence, you may be eligible for compensation by filing a civil lawsuit. This can help pay for your medical bills, lost wages, and other damages the incident caused. You may receive a better outcome of your civil lawsuit by hiring an attorney to manage your case. […]

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Who Is it at Fault for a Lane Change Collision?

Determining liability is not always straightforward in a lane change collision. You’ll need to know which California laws apply to unsafe lane changes. You must also know what factors are at play when establishing liability for a collision that occurred during a lane change. One of our experienced California car accident lawyers at Berg Injury […]

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What Types of Trucks Do You Need a CDL to Drive?

Since 1992 drivers have been required to obtain a commercial driver’s license (CDL) to operate certain commercial vehicles. These include vehicles like semi-trailers, tanker trucks, and buses. California requires truck drivers to have a CDL if they drive any single vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 26,001 pounds or more. You also […]

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Is There an Average Wrongful Death Settlement Amount in California?

Clients frequently ask what the average wrongful death settlement amount is in California. Because each case is unique and every victim is different, there is no definitive answer. However, several common factors are used to determine a settlement amount, which can help estimate what you are owed. Unlike other types of settlements, wrongful death cases […]

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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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