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Who Is Liable for a Firework-Related Catastrophic Injury?

December 22, 2021 Posted In

When it comes to New Year’s Eve, the Fourth of July, or any other festive holiday or celebration, you can usually count on the crackle and pop of fireworks across California. While industry professionals set off some firework displays, many others result from youthful recklessness. However, even if the fireworks you set off are legal,…

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Can Someone Fully Recover From a TBI?

December 8, 2021 Posted In

Traumatic brain injury—or TBI—is a sudden injury causing damage to the brain. This may occur when there is a blow, bump, or jolt to the head. The most common causes of TBI are falls, motor vehicle accidents, and assaults. Rehabilitation is essential for recovery from a TBI. Rehab may include physical, occupational, and speech therapy,…

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Dixie Fire Victims Should Not Delay In Claiming Against PG&E

November 2, 2021 Posted In

A number of myths are causing victims to delay bringing a Dixie Fire claim against PG&E or, even worse, to think they don’t have a claim. Table of ContentsMyth No. 1: PG&E is BankruptMyth No. 2: Insurance will Cover My DamagesMyth No. No. 3 It’s Better to Wait to See if Cal Fire Determines the…

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What Qualifies a Tragedy as Wrongful Death in California?

October 19, 2021 Posted In

There’s nothing more painful and tragic than losing a loved one amidst circumstances you feel could have been avoided. When someone you love is a victim of a willful or negligent act, a wrongful death suit may provide a sense of justice and compensation to those left behind. An effective case, depending on the circumstances…

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Property Damage From Dixie Fire Likely to Get Worse Over Time

October 7, 2021 Posted In

The damage to forested property doesn’t stop when the fire is put out. Rather, the property often continues to deteriorate, especially during the first winter following a wildfire such as the Dixie Fire.  The land will look in the spring much different than it looks now. So will the surviving trees, roads, and community infrastructure. …

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