Free Consultation *-Required
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Free Consultation (650) 453-3600
Free Consultation Here

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…

Read More

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. …

Read More

Can Saliva Be Used to Diagnose Concussions?

October 5, 2021 Posted In

In what could be a ground-breaking study, researchers from the United Kingdom produced a spit test that may be able to quickly and accurately diagnose concussions. Published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, the exposé stated that the spit test successfully and reliably detected concussions for more than a thousand male rugby players. This…

Read More

The Long-Term Effects of a Burn Injury

September 23, 2021 Posted In

Victims of fires and other burn injuries are often left with not only expensive medical bills and lost wages but also long-lasting physical and psychological scars. Burn injury survivors can face a challenging recovery period, particularly in the cases of deep partial and full-thickness burns. If you or a family member suffered a severe burn…

Read More

Recovering Against PG&E for Dixie Fire Timber Losses

September 20, 2021 Posted In

The overwhelming majority of the nearly one million acres burned by the Dixie Fire so far has been forest land. To those from outside the area, a burned forest equates to no damages.  But to anyone who has spent any time the area, it’s clear that the trees lost to the Dixie Fire hold great…

Read More