I Was Involved in a Rideshare Accident. What Should I Do?

Commuters are one of the largest groups using ridesharing in order to reduce pollution and lower the number of cars on the road that leads to congestion. Rideshares also help people who do not have a car or need to leave their car in the shop get from point a to point b. Rideshares may… Read More

Should I Go to the Hospital After a Car Accident?

Per the NHTSA, in 2016 there were 3.144 million injuries and 323,128 fatalities resulting from car accidents. Not every car accident results in injuries, but there’s always the chance. Statistics find that accident rates in rural and urban areas are just about even. You can drive defensively, but there’s always that small chance you’ll be… Read More

My Personal Injury Lawyer is Taking Too Long. What Should I Do?

You’re concerned by the time it’s taking to get your personal injury case resolved. You think your lawyer is taking too long and need help deciding what to do next. Before you take any step towards firing your attorney, make sure you understand the realities of personal injury cases. A personal injury lawsuit can take… Read More

I Was Injured on Public Transportation. What Should I Do?

Public transportation is defined as transportation modes that have set schedules and usually requires the public to pay a fare. There may be discounted or free fares for the elderly, students, veterans, and disabled. It typically includes bus, subway, and commuter train service. People rely on public transportation to get to school, work, or area… Read More

Three Requirements for Wrongful Death Lawsuits

Per California rules, a wrongful death occurs when a party is killed by the negligence or wrongful acts of another. The family of the deceased or the person handling the estate files the civil lawsuit against the party or entity that is believed to have caused the death. As an example of an entity, it… Read More