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Was a School Liable for a Shooting When the School Knew the Shooter? C.I. v. San Bernardino City Unified School.

By Eric Ganci

School Shooting – C.I. v. San Bernardino City Unified School

I cannot overstate the gravity and sadness of this August 10, 2022 filed decision C.I. v. San Bernardino City Unified School (from the California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, cited as 2022 WL 4077374).

Can I Make A Claim For PTSD After A Car Accident?

September 21, 2022 Personal Injury Blog

In California, you have the right to pursue a claim if you are diagnosed with PTSD after a car accident. However, since PTSD is an emotional injury and symptoms can take weeks or months to appear, it can be challenging to link it to the accident and prove the amount of compensation you deserve to recover. 

How To Find The Right Personal Injury Lawyer

September 21, 2022 Personal Injury Blog

Finding the right San Diego injury lawyer to represent you in your personal injury case is crucial. Not only do you want someone you can trust, but who also has the experience and skill to recover the compensation you deserve.

Should You Take The First Settlement You’re Offered After An Accident?

September 21, 2022 Personal Injury Blog

After an accident, the at-fault party’s insurance company may quickly offer you a settlement if there is evidence that their policyholder is to blame. Although it can be tempting to accept, the first settlement offer is typically much lower than your claim’s actual value.

What Is A Contingency Fee?

September 21, 2022 Personal Injury Blog

If you were recently injured in a preventable accident caused by another person’s negligence, you may be considering pursuing a claim and hiring a personal injury lawyer. If so, a term you will commonly encounter is “contingency fee.”

What Is Demonstrable Evidence And How Does It Affect My Case?

September 21, 2022 Blog,Personal Injury Blog

To successfully recover compensation in a personal injury case, an essential element is demonstrable evidence. This type of evidence establishes the defendant’s (at-fault party’s) liability in causing your harm. 

Common Types of Demonstrable Evidence

Demonstrable evidence can come in many forms, but its main feature is that it is visual.

Can a Parent Be Liable For Injury When Parent’s Child Invites Another Child to Their House?

By Eric Ganci

Hoffmann v. Young, 8/29/22

…or stated more in full: Can a parent be liable for injury when parent’s child invites another child to their house…and that child gets injured in recreational activity?

How To Access Your Medical Records In Calfornia

August 24, 2022 Personal Injury Blog

Medical records are a crucial piece of evidence in every personal injury lawsuit, as they provide the verified information that backs up your claim for damages. However, accessing medical records isn’t always easy, and they can be somewhat difficult to obtain.