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Personal Injury Blog for Woodland Hills Accident Victims

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 11/01/2019

How to get past the "Trivial Defect" argument in your trip and fall claim. Any trip and fall can cause catastrophic injuries. Such falls can result in fractures of hands, arms, collarbones, knees and other extremities. They can also cause skull fractures and brain injuries. For older people, injuries such as hip fractures are common and can cause a rapid…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 03/19/2018

Prove the other driver is lying with data from his own car. The nighmare case for both attorneys and accident victims is where there are no independent witnesses in the case of a serious crash and the driver of the other car swears that he had the right of way and he was not speeding. Let's say you were making…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 02/24/2018

Lawyers are generally held in very low regard. Why is this? The biggest misconception about lawyers is, unfortunately, well deserved and has been earned by too many attorneys: That we're a bunch of money grubbing leaches on society. It is not just that the job of any attorney is to represent a client's interests as vigorously as possible makes us…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 02/17/2018

Hit by a car while crossing the street mid-block? Don't let them accuse you of J-Walking If you are hit by a car while crossing the street outside of a crosswalk, is it automatically your fault? In most cases, a person hit by a car under these circumstances is accused of "J-walking" and is accused by police and insurance companies…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 01/01/2018

New in 2018 in California: you must wear an available seatbelt, even if you are riding in a commercial bus In 2018, you can receive a fine of $20 for failing to wear a seatbelt while you are a passenger riding in a commercial bus. You can expect bus drivers to warn all passengers to buckle up!Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 12/21/2016

2017 California Law Bans Use of Handheld Devices While Driving Beginning January 1, 2017 California will ban the use of handeld devices by the operator of a motor vehicle. This is another step in the efforts of the state of California to rein in the increasing number of accidents and serious injuries caused by distracted drivers. What this means to…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 08/22/2014

A Defense Medical Examination or "DME" Is Used by the Defense to Prepare for Trial in Your Personal Injury Case. Insurance companies call them "Independent Medical Examinations." (IMEs); However, they are anything but independent. Under California law the Defendant in a personal injury case has the right to have the Plaintiff examined by a doctor of his own choosing. Theoretically,…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 07/20/2014

Mandatory Arbitration Clauses Are a Dangerous Trap. Learn Why Here. The last time you met with a new doctor, you were probably given an "arbitration agreement" along with all of the other paperwork you were asked to complete and sign. A similar arbitration agreement will also probably be handed to you the next time you are hired by a large…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 07/13/2014

Dynamic MRI's: How They're Different and Why You Should Consider One A recent client had persistent neck pain at work. It plagued her at home. It disrupted her sleep. Her doctors were unable to explain why, after two years follwing her being rear-ended in a car accident, she continued to have such problems. All tests had come out negative, including…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 05/18/2014

Our medical malpractice system is deeply flawed. Insurance companies force the expenses up on victims of malpractice before even considering settlement. Our client was in the emergency room with  an appendicitis. The ER doctor sent him upstairs for a CT scan to confirm her suspicions. A radiologist misread the CT scan and incorrectly reported that there was "NOTHING ON THE…Read More

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