Personal Injury Blog

Loss of Consortium Explained

Loss of Consortium Explained When you’ve been injured or a death occurs due to the negligent actions of another person, you have the right to legally collect monetary damages. The types of damages that you are entitled to depend on the type of injuries that were sustained. Essentially, there are two types of damages that

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Sacramento’s Most Dangerous Intersections

Sacramento’s 9 Most Dangerous Intersections In 2015, there were 797 traffic fatalities at intersections around the state of California. This number is simply too high and is unacceptable. As citizens of this state, we need to protect ourselves by knowing where these accidents occur, and why. We also need to know what can we do

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Who Will Pay My Medical Bills After An Accident?

When you’ve been injured in an auto accident, you have a lot to think about and worry over. Not the least of these worries is figuring out who is going to pay for all of your medical bills. And those medical bills can become financially devastating in a hurry. According to the California Highway Patrol,

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Wrong Way Accidents in Sacramento, CA

Wrong Way Collisions & Accidents in Sacramento As experienced Sacramento Car Accident Lawyers, we see a lot of tragedy that could have been prevented simply by being more situationally aware. This is especially true when it comes to driving. A mishandled car is a dangerous weapon, capable of causing serious injury and death. With a

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What is Med-Pay coverage?

What Is Med-Pay Coverage & How Does It Work? When you’ve been injured in a car accident, your first concern is your health. You need to receive the medical treatment that will heal your injuries and in some cases save your life. However, once your condition has been stabilized and you are on the road

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What Is Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage?

Driving a vehicle in the state of California means that you need to have your own insurance policy for that vehicle to protect you (and others) in the event of an accident. In California, auto insurance is not optional – it’s the law. Typically, motorists carry three types of coverages within their auto insurance policy:

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How Do I Know If It’s Worth Hiring A Personal Injury Lawyer?

When you’ve been injured due to the negligence of another party, you have the right to sue to recover damages. However, simply because you have that right doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to hire an attorney to represent your interests. The facts surrounding the incident that caused your injuries will dictate whether you have

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Can I Recover Lost Wages After A Car Accident?

When you’re injured in a car accident, there are many different areas of your life that will be damaged. You might have sustained physical injuries. Your car may be damaged or totaled. And you might have been unable to work for a period of time following the accident or have a decreased work capacity due

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Can I Recover for Lost Income if I’m Self-Employed?

One of the main elements of damage in any settlement or judgment that arises from a car accident is lost income. In a typical accident, an injured party is unable to work for a period of time. As a result of this inability to work, their income stream is interrupted, causing an economic loss. If

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What You Should Tell Your Insurance Company After An Accident

If you’ve been involved in an auto accident, you’re immediately going through so much stress that you may not be able to think clearly. The first things you should take care of are your immediate medical needs – this is the most important task you need to be concerned with. When your medical needs have

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