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Six Reasons to Get a Police Report After a Car Accident

You've probably heard about police collecting reports after a car accident, though you may not know why the report is necessary. Some people overlook the need to call the police after a car accident, thinking they did not sustain injuries.…

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What Happens if I Get Into a Car Accident in California and the Other Party Doesn’t Have Insurance?

All drivers in California must have automobile liability insurance. This is the law under the Personal Responsibility Act of 1996 (commonly referred to as “Prop 213”). Liability insurance covers you for injuries and damages you cause to another in the…

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What Is the “Duty of Care” in a California Personal Injury Accident?

The duty of care is the standard of conduct imposed by law, which states in general terms that people must foresee the potential outcomes of their actions. California Civil Code 1714 – Responsibility for Willful or Negligent Acts.The duty of…

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How Is Fault Determined in a California Car Accident?

After an accident, you may experience a flood of thoughts, especially if you or your loved ones have sustained injuries. One of those thoughts might be: who is at fault for this? The determination of fault seems like an easy…

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Five Biggest Mistakes You Can Make after a California Car Accident

Following a California car accident, there are some do’s and dont’s that you should be aware of to protect your interests. Our hope is that if you are aware of  some of the most common pitfalls following a car accident,…

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Understanding the California Car Accident Settlement Process and Timeline

Many car accident cases can settle out of court, but not all cases settle equally. If you are injured in a car accident, you should contact a California car accident lawyer well-versed in the claims process right away. Why? Insurance…

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