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What Are the School Bus Laws in California?

April 29, 2022 Personal injury

Since school bus accidents can be devastating, California has laws in place designed to protect children, bus drivers, and other vehicles. Therefore, it is critical for every driver sharing the road to have an understanding of the following school bus laws. 

Can You Sue for a Minor Dog Bite Injury in California?

April 29, 2022 Personal injury

After a dog bite injury in California, the pet’s owner is liable for the accident, even if it is minor. In other words, yes, you can sue for a minor dog bite injury.

Is Lane Splitting Legal in California?

April 29, 2022 Personal injury

California is actually the only state where lane splitting is legal, at least without restrictions. Other states, such as Utah and Montana, have laws that allow lane-splitting but refer to it as “lane filtering,” which is only legal under certain, highly restricted conditions.

What is Post-Concussion Syndrome?

April 29, 2022 Personal injury

Concussions are typically categorized as mild traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and are not life-threatening in most cases. However, there can be long-term effects that do not resolve within a few weeks or months.

AP News – Suit: Officials ignored warnings before children’s slayings

David S. Casey, Jr. recently spoke to AP News on a recently filed wrongful death case against the County and City of Los Angeles. The suit was filed on behalf of Erik Denton, father of three small children who were allegedly killed by their mother last year.

Who Has the Right of Way at an Intersection in California?

When driving in California, there are right of way laws that motorists and pedestrians are required to obey to keep themselves and others on the road safe. Failing to observe them can result in penalties, or worse, a severe accident.

What Is a Subrogation Claim?

January 25, 2022 Personal injury

A subrogation claim is how your insurance company attempts to recover reimbursement from the at-fault party’s insurer for the benefits they have paid out under your policy. A literal definition of the word “subrogation” is to stand in the shoes of someone else. 

Does “not remembering an Incident” win an MSJ for Defense?

By Eric Ganci

In litigation, if Defense thinks Plaintiff filed a lawsuit against Defendant, and Defendant thinks with Plaintiff’s case there is “no triable issue as to any material fact”, Defendant can file a Motion for Summary Judgment.