Personal Injury Blog

How Much Does a Semi-Truck Weigh?

One of the most common ways consumer goods such as food, furniture, and even cars and gasoline are moved around the country is via semi-trucks. There are millions of semi-trucks on America’s roads, and more than 400,000 registered in California alone. All told, long-haul trucking in America is a $700 billion industry and growing.  With… read more

What is the Difference Between Slip and Fall and Trip and Fall Accidents?

Every year millions of Americans fall either at home, on the job, or while they are out and about. While not all of these falls result in injuries, nearly 20 percent do cause serious injuries, many of which include fractured bones and head trauma.  With falls being this common, it is good to know more… read more

Are Lottery Winners Required to Reveal Their Identities?

Every few months it seems, a major lottery jackpot reaches unprecedented heights. The person (or people) with the winning ticket(s) enjoy their brief moment of fame and their suddenly larger bank account. For some, however, the negatives of winning the lottery can outweigh the positives.  Numerous stories around the country have highlighted how unpleasant, and… read more

What Exactly Can a Process Server Do To Serve Papers?

When one party chooses to take legal action against another—whether it be a lawsuit after a car accident, divorce, or other matter—a notice of the action and/or a summons to appear before a judge to resolve the dispute needs to be delivered to the defendant.  In California, just about anyone over the age of 18… read more

Is it Legal to Drive Barefoot in Los Angeles?

There are no California traffic laws that prohibit you from driving barefoot in Los Angeles. You can slip your shoes off and drive without fear of getting a traffic ticket. However, does that make driving barefoot safe? Taking Your Shoes Off While Driving in Los Angeles Even though it may be legal to take your… read more

How to Get a Copy of a Traffic Accident Report in Los Angeles

If you are in a traffic accident in Los Angeles, one of three different law enforcement departments could respond to the accident scene. The location of the accident generally dictates which law enforcement agency responds. The easiest way to report the accident and request assistance is to call 911. If possible, note which law enforcement… read more