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What the Average Timeline of a Personal Injury Lawsuit Looks Like in California

May 16, 2021 Posted In

Most people have never been involved in a personal injury lawsuit. As a result, accident victims and their families often ask how long the process will take.  Most want to resolve their case and get their life back on track as quickly as possible.   Unfortunately, there isn’t always a reliable answer to this question. The…

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When is a Fatal Car Accident Considered a Wrongful Death in California?

May 12, 2021 Posted In

The death of a family member can be a devastating and emotional time for anyone, and surviving family members may be left shocked, heartbroken, and angry. In the interests of justice and with the goal of recovering money to compensate your family for the loss of your loved one, you may be hot to pursue…

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Do I Need to Report My Settlement When I File Taxes in California?

April 28, 2021 Posted In

You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who would prefer to pay more of their income to the federal government than necessary. Your goal as a taxpayer is typically to pay the IRS as little money as possible. As such, you may be wondering whether you have to report your personal injury settlement when you file…

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Are Small Plane Crashes More Common Than Other Types?

April 21, 2021 Posted In

Savvy travelers favor air travel because it’s faster and less accident-prone than other methods of transportation. Airplanes can reach most domestic destinations in hours, while international travel seldom takes more than one day. Likewise, traveling by air allows you to get to your destination faster, provides in-flight entertainment, and offers a sense of comfort. Small…

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Danko Explains That Utility Execs Will Avoid Jail Even After Guilty Verdict

April 18, 2021 Posted In

The Sonoma County District Attorney has filed criminal charges against PG&E for its role in starting the Kincade Fire.  Mike Danko explains to KPIX5 in San Francisco that even if a jury returns a guilty verdict, no PG&E executive will go to jail.  Victims who want to hold PG&E accountable for its conduct need to…

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