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Single Vehicle Accidents: Who Can Be Held Liable in 2021?

Single Vehicle Accidents

Many injured drivers assume that they cannot receive compensation if they have been involved in a Single Vehicle Accidents. While that is often the case, it is not always true. Here are three other parties who could be responsible for Single Car Accidents. The State or Municipality The government has a legal obligation to maintain their roads in good condition for drivers. If they knew or should have known of a defect in the road, they must fix it inRead More …

California Survival Cause of Action

a damaged car after a collision

When a loved one dies from injuries resulting from someone else’s negligent or intentional wrongdoing, California Survival Cause of action may be available. Survival actions are those that would have been filed had the decedent not died from his injuries. Generally, California law allows the personal representative of the decedent’s estate to commence a lawsuit that survives the death of the loved one. If there is no personal representative, then it is the “successor in interest” that is permitted toRead More …

Wrongful Death Cases: How to Work in California – Full Infomation 2021

Negligence Per Se

Wrongful Death Cases If someone else’s negligence leaves you injured, you can hold them responsible in a court of law and can be compensated in accordance with your financial, physical, and emotional damages. If, on the other hand, someone’s negligence leads to another person’s death, the victim obviously has no recourse. Certain of the victim’s family members, however, do have the ability to seek compensation for the loss of their loved one via a wrongful death lawsuit. If the negligenceRead More …