When someone else's mistake or negligence has left you seriously injured, you have every right to expect fair compensation for your losses.
Halloween is almost here, and October is well known for an abundance of spooky attractions everywhere you go. Haunted houses, haunted hayrides and haunted mazes are just some of the most popular.
Your spouse had an accident. Maybe they were rear-ended by another car on their way home, fell in a store and hit their head or got hurt on the job. They insist they're okay, despite the fact that they were briefly knocked unconscious -- but you aren't so certain.
The death of a loved one is always traumatic -- but when that death was caused by someone else's negligence, it's even worse.
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) is investigating an accident near Baker that happened along I-15 South in the early evening of July 30, 2020. The wreck claimed two lives.
One minute, you're driving down the road and looking forward to being off for the weekend. The next minute, a delivery van runs a red light and slams into your vehicle from the side so hard that you're thrown from it. You wake up in a hospital bed with permanent injuries to your spine.
Rehabilitation therapy is the number one way that people regain some of their lost abilities following a traumatic injury. If you or your loved one are starting down the long road of recovery following a car wreck or some other serious accident, it's smart to learn as much as you can about your options.
A traffic accident on one of Los Angeles County's crowded streets left a big bump on your head and an even bigger headache.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the most serious medical conditions that can result from an incident such as an assault, contact sports incident or a motorcycle, truck or car crash. This type of injury is quite common too. Most individuals who are diagnosed with TBIs only suffer mild concussions. They can recover from these with little medical intervention in a matter of weeks. Others are left with more life-threatening or altering injuries that result in surgery and a lifetime of challenges.
There are an estimated 285,000 individuals who live here in California and throughout the United States that have suffered spinal cord injuries (SCIs). There are a staggering 17,500 new diagnoses in this country every year. At least 38.4% of the injuries result from motor vehicle accidents.