If you’ve been involved in an accident that was caused by the negligence of another party and left you injured, you may have a cause of action to bring forth a personal injury claim. However, before you initiate the claims process, it’s important that you… Continue reading When Can I File A Lawsuit For My Injury?
An accident that leaves you injured can be a major shock, leaving you physically impaired, nervous about what’s next, and chewing on questions about how you’ll pay for your injuries and what your economic and noneconomic future will look like. While nothing can change what’s… Continue reading Will A Lawyer Help Get Me More Compensation For My Injury Claim?
Car accidents are traumatic events that leave victims and their family members with numerous questions about the future and the path forward. At the law office of Fisher & Talwar, our Los Angeles car accident lawyers know that if you’ve been in a crash, you… Continue reading 3 Steps to Take Following Your Car Accident in Los Angeles
No one ever expects to be severely injured. So when a serious injury occurs–especially when it’s caused by the negligence of another party–knowing what to do can feel overwhelming and the future may look very bleak. As you think about your options and how to… Continue reading Why You Should Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer in Los Angeles
Litigating cases involving injuries stemming from a construction accident are very complex because of the recent changes in the law. In order to protect your claim and get full compensation for your construction site accident, you should speak with an attorney who has successfully handled… Continue reading Can I Sue the Property Owner or General Contractor in a Construction Accident?
One of the most frequently asked questions is: How long does a slip and fall case take to resolve? The amount of time it will take to resolve a slip and fall case is fact-specific. Generally, slip and fall cases are very difficult because liability is… Continue reading How long does a slip and fall case take to resolve?
When a bicyclist is injured while riding a bicycle against the flow of the traffic on a sidewalk or a crosswalk, defendant will likely attempt to skirt liability by claiming that the bicyclist was negligent because he violated California Vehicle Code Section 21650.1. Specifically, section… Continue reading Riding a Bicycle on a Sidewalk and Against the Flow of Traffic Does Not Violate California Vehicle Code
In a previous post, we discussed why most slip and fall cases are unsuccessful due to a lack of preparation by the plaintiff’s attorney. Today we would like to discuss the four elements of a slip and fall case that must be proven to win… Continue reading 4 Important Elements that Must be Proven in a Slip and Fall / Trip and Fall Case