Monthly Archives: September 2015

In cases involving active duty military personnel, such as a car accident or a barroom fight, a different analysis applies to review the statute of limitations. The statute of limitations is the period in which a lawsuit must be filed … Continue reading

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A number of San Diego County officials recently expressed concern over a shocking number of DUI fatalities which occurred this summer in the County. Those expressing shock included the District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis, the Chief of the California Highway Patrol’s … Continue reading

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Assume that you are driving on the highway in the leftmost lane. There are only two lanes going each way. On the outside of the rightmost lane is a soft shoulder. And on the outside of the leftmost lane is … Continue reading

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The general rule in car accidents, is the driver who caused the accident is responsible and therefore, legally liable for the ensuing damage. However, in cases where the owner and the driver are two different people, the owner of the … Continue reading

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First a review on statute of limitations The statute of limitations is the period in which an individual must file a lawsuit or they will lose their ability to pursue legal action for that specific event. An easy way to … Continue reading

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If you have been injured as a passenger while riding a bus, then you may be able to hold that bus driver (and potentially his employer the bus company) liable for your injuries. Under California law, a bus is classified … Continue reading

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