Month: April 2020

Conducting a remote deposition via Zoom

Following a car crash, victims often face many challenges from a legal standpoint. Those who take action against a reckless driver often depend on support from eyewitnesses to strengthen their case and hold negligent drivers accountable. In recent months, many people are relying on Zoom. Clients often use Zoom to meet with their attorneys to […]

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What do design defects mean for a product liabilities case?

When you purchase an item that injures you in some way, it can be frustrating to know it occurred because of a malfunction.  Proving a defect occurred during the process of making and designing an item may lead to a stronger defense in court for products liability.  Cost analysis  The most crucial time in any […]

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Can footage from a helmet camera help win an accident lawsuit?

California laws allow individuals injured by a motor vehicle to use footage from a mounted dashboard or body camera to prove their claim. Saved video footage with a date and timestamp may help show the court which party is at fault when catastrophic injuries occur.  Footage that logs a vehicle’s GPS coordinates may help win […]

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Should motorcyclists have UM/UIM coverage?

Motorcyclists are no strangers to potential injury. But what if an uninsured or underinsured driver hits them? If they don’t have the proper coverage, they might not get the compensation they need and deserve. There are more uninsured or underinsured drivers on the road these days, especially in California. According to the Insurance Research Council, […]

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