The 6 most common causes of motorcycle accidents

Some of the most common causes of motorcycle accidents include distracted driving, impaired driving, or dangerous road condtions.

The 6 Most Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents Knowing the most common causes of motorcycle accidents here in California can help all drivers reduce the risk to motorcyclists on the road. If you were recently in a motorcycle accident, it might even help you determine what caused yours. Here is what you need to know about how motorcycle accidents occur ... Read More

When should you hire a lawyer for a car accident in Los Angeles?

Los Angeles County is home to at least 5.8 million registered motor vehicles. These vehicles cover over 92 million miles annually in Los Angeles alone. With so many vehicles driving so many miles, there are bound to be accidents. When you find yourself in the middle of one, it may be the beginning of a long chapter in your life, ... Read More

Long Beach sees serious truck-on-truck and motorcycle-on-motorcycle crashes

In previous articles, we have focused on how the size discrepancy between vehicles can increase the risk of injuries in a crash. For example, a semi-truck can cause severe damage to a passenger car, while—in turn—a passenger car can cause serious injuries to motorcyclists. However, serious and even fatal injuries can all occur in collisions between the same types of ... Read More

A deadly motorcycle crash in San Bernardino County

Everyone who rides a motorcycle needs to understand the risk of accidents and injuries. When you crash, you have very little to protect you, and your body is vulnerable to physical trauma. Motorcycles have no restraint systems, which often means that a collision will throw the cyclist off of the bike and onto the pavement. A recent tragic crash here ... Read More

Here are the answers to your personal injury questions

If you have recently been injured in an accident caused by another person, you're not alone: the CDC reports that accidental injuries are responsible for nearly 40 million doctor's visits each and every year. As a victim, there's a good chance that you have a number of questions about the personal injury process. In the material below, we've answered a ... Read More

How do most Los Angeles truck accidents occur?

Commercial trucks are essential to stock the shelves at your favorite stores, deliver vehicles to dealerships, ensure the gas pumps are filled, and so much more. People in Los Angeles rely on the commercial trucking industry more than we might ever realize. Semi-trucks and other tractor-trailers are regularly on our city’s roads and freeways. However—given their size and weight—commercial trucks ... Read More

Truck crash causes life-threatening injuries in San Bernardino County

In the early morning hours of December 3, 2019, there was a devastating crash scene in San Bernardino County near Victorville. While authorities are still investigating the cause of the crash, early reports indicate that a small sedan collided with a large semi-truck. The sedan sustained extensive damage and the occupants were also seriously injured. Firefighters worked to free at ... Read More

Here are the new 2020 California laws that drivers should know about

It’s a new year, which means several new laws passed in 2019 are now in effect. California’s legislators recently passed a number of laws aimed at better outlining the rules of the road, defining how law enforcement officers can act in certain situations, and preventing distracted driving. Here's what you need to know about these new laws and how they ... Read More

What you should know about workplace discrimination

While it is prohibited by both state and federal law, workplace discrimination remains a serious problem in California and the United States as a whole. Discrimination can happen to anyone—man or woman, gay or straight, young or old—and can have a serious impact on nearly every aspect of victims’ lives and career. Many people who experience workplace discrimination suffer emotionally, ... Read More

Understanding reasonable accommodation laws here in California

Employers in California are legally required to provide disabled employees with reasonable accommodations. Applicable disabilities can include both physical and mental disabilities as outlined under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act. A qualified employee who does not receive a reasonable accommodation and is denied their lawful rights may be eligible to pursue compensation. If you or someone you love ... Read More