After losing a loved one in a fatal dog attack, you may understandably feel angry, sad, and overwhelmed. No one should ever suffer the loss of a loved one in such a traumatic and frightening manner. Do you know what to do to obtain dog attack damages? A dog owner must be held accountable for that fatal attack. Don’t let a pet owner or insurance company talk you out of fair compensation.» Read more about: Fatal Dog Attack: What Are the Legal Options »
More people sustain injuries in sidewalk slip and fall accidents than most people think. According to the National Floor Safety Institute, falls represent the leading cause of emergency room visits at 21.3%. In many California cities, pedestrians use sidewalks frequently during their everyday activities. Unfortunately, this can lead to sidewalk slip and fall accidents.
In California, if you suffer injuries as a result of the negligent maintenance of property,» Read more about: Average Settlement for a Sidewalk Slip and Fall Lawsuit »
Letter carriers and delivery people have difficult jobs. They have to deal with all kinds of obstacles—including dogs. If you suffered serious injuries from a dog bite or animal attack as a postal worker or delivery driver, you need an experienced dog bite lawyer to protect your rights. California dog bite attorney Michael Henderson and his team with Henderson Law have over 20 years of experience fighting for the rights of dog bite victims in California.» Read more about: What Happens When a Dog Bites A Mailman? »
If you’re involved in a rideshare accident, you probably want to know whether you can receive compensation for your damages. When the driver that hit you works for Uber or Lyft, the answer depends on whether they were working during the accident. If the driver was not working, the driver’s personal car insurance policy would likely cover your damages. If the driver was on the job, Uber or Lyft might owe you compensation.» Read more about: What Happens If an Uber/Lyft Driver Hit My Car? »
Delivery trucks are a common sight on our roadways. Usually, they elicit thoughts of longed-for packages and goodies and sought-after consumer goods. While delivery services offer incomparable convenience, they also increase the risk of accidents and personal injury.
So what happens when one of those delivery vehicles ends up causing an accident? When the at-fault party is a truck driver who caused a delivery truck accident while on the job, the driver’s employer could be liable for the resulting damages.» Read more about: Who Is at Fault If a Delivery Truck Hit Me? »