July 2010 - Top Accident Attorneys

What Does Neligence Mean With Respect To The Law?

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The term “negligence” often gets misused by the public. What non-attorneys consider to be a malleable description of a person’s actions, attorneys and others with a legal education know relates to a very specific idea in tort law. The definition of negligence is the failure to use reasonable care.[1] The law of California declares that “everyone is responsible . ….

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What are personal injury “DAMAGES”?

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If you are in an auto accident, and not at fault, you are entitled to recovery for the damages caused by the other party’s negligence. There are many common misconceptions of what damages are, and what types of damages one is actually “entitled” to, versus those damages that must be proved and negotiated at length. Damages are defined as “money…

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WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW CAN HURT YOU: WAYS YOU MAY BE DAMAGING YOUR PERSONAL INJURY CASE

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So you’ve been in a car accident, slipped and fell at the mall, tripped over a broken sidewalk or had another unpleasant thing happen to you? Here is a list of things you may not have considered before that are extremely important to your case: Contact an Attorney Immediately You may be an excellent teacher, construction worker, homemaker, hair stylist…

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Auto Insurance Policies: The Unknown Truth

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By: Valerie Bradbury, Attorney, Ledger & Associates In this economy everyone is thinking about the bottom line. It is the same story when purchasing auto insurance. The focus is on cost: how much are my premiums going to be? Of course cost should be considered, but most people aren’t considering the cost in the long term and the real risk…

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Deadly Statistics – The chances of being killed as a result of a motorcycle accident vs. an auto accident

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By: Melanie Harris, Case Manager, Ledger & Associates In the United States, motorcycle deaths account for approximately 13% of deaths resulting from a collision. (NHTSA DOT HS 811 149). California is certainly a motorcycle friendly state. And with consistent warm, dry weather, considerations of traffic, and parking, it is no surprise. California is the only state that does not prohibit…

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