Law Offices of John Rosenberg A Professional Law Corporation

Call Now For A Personalized Consultation

(818) 530-1770

Law Offices of John Rosenberg A Professional Law Corporation

Personal Injury Blog for Woodland Hills Accident Victims

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 08/19/2014

For too long, courts in the state of California have been too lenient on hit and run drivers that cause accidents, serious injuries, and even deaths. Yes, hit and run drivers face possible prison sentences and fines of $1,000.00 or more, but such punishment is rarely enforced. Most hit and run drivers are not caught, and for those that are…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 07/24/2014

As of January 1, 2015, California high school students will have additional protection from head injuries and brain trauma sustained in school sports programs. Nationwide, hundreds of thousands of high school students sustain concussions in football programs. Most are a result of practice, not during actual games. Most concussions are not accompanied by unconsciousness, and most concussions and head injuries…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: 05/15/2014

The Los Angeles Times reports that there were 1,919 dog bite claims filed last year with insurance companies in California, higher than any other state. Claims paid on dog bite cases totaled $64.7 million. Dog bite claims have risen throughout the country in 2013, with total claims paid totaling $484 million nationally. The number of claims rose across the nation by…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 05/12/2014

Don't Let the Insurance Company Avoid Paying You for the Loss of Use of Your Vehicle Most people know that in the event of a car, truck or motorcycle crash, the at fault party or their insurance company must pay for a rental vehicle while your vehicle is being repaired, or until they have paid you for the total loss…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 04/23/2014

Drop-Down Insurance Policies Reduce the Coverage You Pay for Without Your Knowledge When you buy an automobile insurance policy, you expect to get the coverage you paid for. Some California insurance companies sell liability insurance with what is called a "drop-down" provision that reduces the liabliity coverage in the event of a collision where your car is driven by someone…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 04/21/2014

UPDATE: Since this article was posted, General Mills has dropped its insistence that customers that interact with them through the internet are barred from class action suits or from filing lawsuits over their products. They have apologized to their customers for their anti consumer act. This interesting item was just reported by the American Association for Justice: General Mills has…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 04/21/2014

The holding in a new case in the California Court of Appeal, Bock v. Hansen, 2014 DJDAR 4280, (April 2, 2014) holds that an insured can sue a claims adjuster for negligent misrepresentation or intentional infliction of emotional distress. This is a landmark holding because it holds insurance claims adjusters and claims representatives, [the people that you speak to about your…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 04/19/2014

The most important question a lawyer can ask you at your first meeting is: What is the most important thing that you want to accomplish in your claim? If you have met with lawyers in the past to discuss pursuing a claim for bodily injuries, I'll bet you've never been asked that question. Why do I consider it an important…Read More

Page 2 of 4:«1234»