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Hurt on a Friend or Neighbor’s Property: Should I Sue?

Premises liability law in California requires that homeowners and owners/operators of any structure take reasonable steps to maintain their buildings in a reasonably safe condition. The law further holds the homeowner or other responsible party to be liable so long as they knew, or should have known, that an unsafe condition existed prior to an accident happening and injuries occurring.

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Who Pays for Medical Bills After a Dog Bite?

Being bitten or attacked by a dog can be an extremely emotional and traumatizing experience. Thankfully, California dog bite laws allow victims of dog bites or dog attacks to seek fair financial compensation for any injuries and damages suffered.

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How Bankruptcy in California Affects Your Spouse

In California marriages, there is separate property/debt and community property/debt. The former is what you had prior to the marriage, and the latter is everything you and your spouse incurred during your marriage.

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Understanding Creditor Rights and Limitations

When you owe someone money, it is because you made a contract with them. You agreed to use credit on your credit card in exchange for monthly payments and accruing interest. You agreed also to make payments and pay interest on the car you drive or the house you live in. You even agreed to pay the cost of medical treatment that health insurance didn’t cover.

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Dispelling Bankruptcy Myths

Filing for bankruptcy is not a quick or easy decision for most people. It is also a highly personal decision. Those pondering bankruptcy usually spend considerable time researching the process and may solicit opinions from close friends or family members they trust.

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Common Misconceptions About California Car Accident Claims

When you are hurt in a car accident caused by another party's negligence, you can hold the responsible party accountable and pursue fair financial compensation by filing insurance claims. However, there are several popular notions about the car accident claims process in California.

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Why You Should Seek Medical Attention After an Accident

No one likes to think about an accident happening to themselves or someone they love, but the reality is they can happen to anyone — regardless of how careful you are. When they do, it’s essential that you seek medical care — even if you don’t think you’ve been injured.

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California Trucking Laws

In California and throughout the United States, we rely on semi-trucks to move goods from one place to the next. While these tractor trailers are a necessary part of life, their sheer size and the realities of the trucking industry can lead to accidents with devastating consequences. When a passenger vehicle collides with a semi-truck, the results have the potential to be disastrous for the people in the passenger vehicle.

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Proving Negligence in Car Accidents

Most Californians spend at least some time behind the wheel of a car on a regular basis. Cars and trucks are a fundamental part of our daily lives, yet they can be the source of incredible difficulty if you are involved in an accident. A car crash can lead to significant injuries and property damage, leaving you feeling overwhelmed at the prospect of getting your life back on track after an accident.

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