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California Personal Injury Filing Time Limits, Fault Rules, And Injury Damages The state of California sets a deadline for personal injury lawsuits. When a person wants to file a claim, he or she has to submit it before a specific time limit is reached. This time limit is referred to as the statute of limitations. California is not the only…Read More
Abronson Law Offices has been officially named a 2015 Litigator Award winner by the Lawyers Board of Regents. This is a highly sought after award given only to the top 1% of lawyers in their respective fields. Abronson Law Offices has been granted the Litigator Award in the fields of Personal Injury, Business Torts, and Fraud Litigation. Given that more…Read More
Remember all those old video games where you could hack into a vehicle, and how ridiculous that sounded at the time? Well, welcome to another episode of sci-fi law as we delve into the exploits of a pair of hackers who have managed to take control of a car wirelessly that was moving at 70 miles per hour at the…Read More
In a recent court ruling against Uber, the multi-billion dollar ride-sharing company, Judge Edward M. Chen ruled that Uber drivers may potentially be classified as employees rather than as contractors as Uber would wish. This was originally as part of a class action suit on behalf of Uber’s drivers but could have much farther reaching consequences than that. Uber has…Read More
Three dogs escape from a backyard and attack a four year old boy and his grandfather who are out walking. Luckily the two are able to escape, retreating back in to their nearby house and fighting off the dogs. Unfortunately in this altercation the grandfather sustains minor injuries and the boy has his ears partially amputated, requiring plastic surgery to…Read More
No, not auto-litigation, auto litigation. The lack of hyphen turns a simple attempt to claim personal injury damages into a confusing legal morass. Autolitigation is the act of bringing a lawsuit, intentionally or otherwise, against oneself. In an ordinary wrongful death lawsuit, both (1) the estate's representative and the (2) defendant's heir can sue (3) the individual that negligently caused…Read More
Self-Driving cars are one of the many pseudo-science-fiction devices that are more and more becoming a part of our everyday lives. While they may currently still be heavily regulated such that they only appear in a few states (California, Nevada, Florida, and Washington), this new technology is advancing and spreading quickly. Mercedes, Tesla, and even Google have all been pushing…Read More
Within the past week, at least three incidents of broken baseball bats flying into the stands during Major League Baseball games have occurred. In the most serious incident, a woman sitting between home plate and third base in the second row of stands was struck by the barrel of a shattered bat and rushed off to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical…Read More
Attorney client relations can at times be delicate matters. In the high intensity environment of litigation, facilitating good communication is key. Even when disputes arise, it is important to remember that at the end of the day we’re all on the same side. This is why challenging your client to a duel is not an effective way of handling an…Read More
"What is my claim worth?" must be the most common question asked by prospective clients. And wouldn't it all be easier if there really were some magical formula: this much for a broken leg, that much for a torn shoulder, another amount for a wrongful death. Many years ago, many personal injury cases could be resolved for right around three…Read More
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