March 22, 2021

How Is Liability for an Accident Determined?

In California, you have the right to collect compensation if you suffer injuries in an accident that someone else caused. However, you will need to prove that he or she was liable for the accident. Liability is one of the most important questions in a personal injury case, because the at-fault party must pay...
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March 15, 2021

How to Preserve Evidence for a Personal Injury Claim

For a personal injury case to be successful, you will need to have strong evidence to corroborate your story. Evidence is critical to establish fault, prove the extent of your injuries, and estimate how much compensation you will need. Without enough evidence, the court or insurance company will likely dismiss your claim. However, you...
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What Are the Different Ways to Collect on a Personal Injury Judgment?

After you win a personal injury lawsuit, you will still need to find a way to collect the compensation you earned. Although the courts do not handle this process, many financially stable defendants are able to pay the judgment without any issues. However, not everyone will be able or willing to pay your settlement...
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February 5, 2021

What Is a Summary Judgment?

A legal motion is a written request that asks the court to make a decision about a case. During a personal injury lawsuit, both the injured plaintiff and the at-fault defendant have the right to file motions concerning their case, such as a motion to move the trial to another date or to dismiss...
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December 23, 2020

What Is Lawsuit Lending?

After suffering a personal injury, it’s common to be short on cash. From medical bills your insurance does not cover to lost wages during your recovery and treatment, cash flow problems can impede your ability to recover. Many injured plaintiffs turn to lawsuit lending while waiting for their claims to reach a settlement. However,...
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June 27, 2019

San Diego Surgeon Points to Recent Scooter Deaths as Public Health Threat

Electric scooters have become an increasingly popular fad among residents in many different states. Electric scooters are advantageous in their ability to quickly transport users to different destinations without waiting for public transport or having to ride share. They also emit less pollution than cars, making them a green option for those trying to...
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June 26, 2018

Are Electric Scooters Allowed on the Roads in San Diego?

If you’ve spent any time commuting or visiting San Diego, you’ve likely noticed the Bird scooters zipping through town. Just visit virtually any street corner and you can unlock one and take them for a ride yourself. One of the newest trends in ridesharing, you can rent a scooter (and enjoy the ride that...
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motorcyclist Mike Wilson dies in crash with minivan in Pacific Beach

A motorcyclist, Mike Wilson, died in a crash when a minivan turned left in front of him into a parking lot. The motorcycle rider had been heading north on Ingraham Street near Moorland Drive in Pacific Beach; the minivan had been heading south. The motorcyclist collided with the side of the van. Though he...
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Omar Moreno killed in motorcycle crash

Omar Moreno of National City was killed in a motorcycle crash. The 37-year-old father of six and 15-year veteran employee of NASSCO, National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (a General Dynamics division) lost his life in a motorcycle crash Monday November 20, 2017. San Diego police indicate that Moreno, known as "El Nene", was on...
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La Jolla sanitation worker David Strobridge killed by his garbage truck

22-year-old sanitation worker David Strobridge was killed Monday October 2 in the La Jolla Village alley between Girard and Herschel, off of Torrey Pines. According to San Diego Police Commander Lieutenant Charles Lara, Strobridge was driving his Tayman Industries trash collection truck and emptying dumpsters from the alley into the truck. One of the...
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