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Can You Sue Your Landlord If You Are Injured At Their Rental Property?
Renting an apartment or home can be a great experience. Many landlords, property managers, and apartment complexes are welcoming, care about their tenants, and stay on top of building upkeep....
Firework Injury: When Can You Sue?
Every year, over $1 billion dollars is spent purchasing fireworks in preparation for America’s July 4th celebration. With so much partying happening across the country, it’s no surprise that emergency...
Who May Be Held Liable if You’re Injured at an Airbnb Rental?
Airbnb is a great way for homeowners with extra space to earn some cash, and an ideal platform for renters to find comfortable stays in perfect locations. But what happens...
Are Cat Owners Legally Responsible if Their Cat Bites You?
Have you been bitten or scratched by a cat, and wondering if the owner is responsible for your medical bills, and the pain and suffering you have endured? The answer...
Who Can Be Held Liable for Injuries Caused by a Train?
Although train accidents and train-passenger injuries occur less often than automobile-related injuries, with so many passenger, commuter, and freight trains on the track each day the potential to sustain an...
How a Dash Camera Can Help In Case of a Car Accident
While auto insurance companies do not offer discounts for drivers with dash cameras, it’s still wise to consider dash cams for your personal or business vehicles. They’re a small investment,...
Who Is Liable for Injuries Sustained As a Rideshare Passenger?
Ridesharing apps like Uber and Lyft provide an efficient and ubiquitous means of transportation—more than 14 million trips are completed each day via Uber alone—but there is always the potential...
What to Do After an Accident with an Uninsured Driver
California Vehicle Code § 16020 states, “All drivers and all owners of a motor vehicle shall at all times be able to establish financial responsibility and shall at all times...