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Legislation that would bring a long-overdue update to California’s minimum auto insurance coverage and increase financial protection to Californians injured by other drivers has been introduced at the state Legislature. AB 3311 (Grayson) will update the minimum required coverage to 30/60/25 ($30,000 for a single injury or death; $60,000 for injury to, or death of, more than one person; and… Read More

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Pre-existing injuries or conditions do not have to hurt your case. Here's why.... If you are making a claim for any type of injury, you bring into issue your medical history of prior similar injuries or conditions. So, if you injured your neck or back, any past injuries to your neck or back become relevant. Any prior medical treatment to… Read More

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Make Sure Your Lawyer Talks To You About The Best Way To Prove The Seriousness Of Your Injuries You've been seriously injured. You have seen the doctors. You have received medical treatment; taken your medications and perhaps you have even had surgery. There are probably lots of medical records and bills that document and describe your diagnosis, your levels of… Read More

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A low speed impact does not mean that the occupant of the car wasn't injured. First in a series of articles on low speed collisions and the injuries they cause. You may have been sitting at a red light or stopped in traffic. You are minding your own business when suddenly you feel an impact to the rear of your… Read More

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Why taking the right steps after you have been injured in an accident are so important! If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, what you do next will count either for you or against you if you pursue a claim for injuries. In this situation, there are two main issues. The first is your… Read More

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Reasons why you should not give a recorded statement to an insurance company after your accident Attorneys always advise people to not give a recorded statement to an insurance company. It is a knee jerk reaction for every competent personal injury lawyer. But few clients ask why they shouldn't give a recorded statement to an insurance company. Lets explore the… Read More

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Protect Yourself When Cycling: Common Causes of Car-on-Bike Accidents in California Most accidents between cars and bicycles are due to the failure of drivers to use proper care in the presence of bicyclists. The three most frequent causes of car-on-bike accidents are: The driver of a car makes a right turn when a bicycle rider is riding across the street… Read More

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Paying Your Medical Bills After a Car Crash May Be Easier Than You Realize The unexpected medical bills you will incur after a car accident are rarely something that you will have anticipated or saved for. The responsible party's insurance company will not pay your medical expenses until you are ready to settle your claim. If you have medical insurance,… Read More

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Do You Have A Traumatic Brain Injury? Common Concussion Symptoms Following a Car Accident Watch For Seemingly Minor Head Injuries After Collisions A high percentage of people report the following symptoms after a car, truck or motorcycle crash: headache, dizziness, blurred vision, nausea, forgetfulness, their mind going blank for a moment in the middle of a conversation, using the wrong… Read More

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Don't Fear Your Deposition, Embrace It: Things to Know About Your Upcoming Deposition The greatest fear expressed by clients before their depositions is the worry that they will not remember enough and that they will ruin their case. Your deposition is not a proceeding that will determine the outcome of your case. You must, however, handle your deposition properly to prevent you… Read More

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