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  • Published: June 25, 2015
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

  • Published: June 19, 2015
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

  • Published: June 18, 2015
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

  • Published: May 20, 2014
Being injured in an auto accident can be an overwhelming experience. People often suffer the impact not only physically but there are monetary and emotional consequences as well. Under the law, people have the right to recover for what is called compensable damages. It is common knowledge that insurance companies use a formula to determine the amount of compensation paid…Read More

  • Published: December 29, 2010
A new study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety shows that laws banning texting while driving don’t reduce the number of crashes. Instead, crashes increased in three of the four states studied, including California. According to Adrian Lund, president of both the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and affiliated Highway Loss Data Institute, it’s possible that the increase is…Read More