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How Much Can You Recover for a Spinal Cord Injury?

Spinal cord injuries (SCIs) are among the costliest personal injuries. Between the cost of medical care and treatment and the assistance that an accident victim needs, the lifetime costs can reach into the millions of dollars. The exact recovery for your own SCI...

Can Your Employer Discriminate against Your Political Views?

These days, it seems like politics permeates everything in the country, including the workplace. The level of polarization could even impact whether someone is able to get a promotion or even keep their job. The question is whether your employer can discriminate...

California Personal Injury FAQ (Part I)

What is a personal injury claim?  Personal injury claims result when one is injured because of the wrongdoing to another- many times this wrongdoing does not have to be intentional. For example, one of the most common personal injury actions in Los Angeles, and...

How to Choose a Personal Injury Lawyer in 2022

Lawyers jockey hard for space on the first page of your Google search when you are searching for legal help. Attorneys are banking on the fact that placement of their name will persuade an injury victim to hire them just because they see that lawyer's name first. This...

4 Things You Should Do After a Workplace Injury

What you do in the days after a workplace injury can determine whether you can receive financial compensation and how much you can get. Your actions are critical, and mistakes can cost you the valuable money that you will need to sustain yourself after your injury....

As the Holidays Heat up, Rideshare Accidents Rise

Holidays are here, and while it is the time to be jolly, we’ve all got plenty on our to-do lists. You may be putting the finishing touches on decking your halls, zipping out for eggnog supplies, heading to that work party, or wrapping those last-minute gifts that get...

Are You an Independent Contractor or an Employee?

With the recent market, there have been a lot of questions regarding whether the employee should be classified as an independent contractor or an employee. While misclassification was more common among truck drivers, hairstylists, nail technicians, construction...

Can You Sue Your Employer After a Workplace Accident?

The workers’ compensation system involves a number of tradeoffs. From your standpoint, you have a much higher chance of receiving benefits. However, your compensation is lower than it would be in a personal injury case. From the employer’s vantage point, they must pay...