Proving fault in a slip and fall accident may sound like a relatively straightforward process, but it isn’t necessarily. The plaintiff must be able to show that the store proprietor either knew about the dangerous condition and did nothing about it, or should have known… Read On

Ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft are popular in California. They offer a cheaper transportation alternative to a standard taxi in the city. These drivers are typically independent contractors and are not employees of Uber. This doesn’t mean Uber or other ridesharing companies are not… Read On

If you were injured in an accident that was not your fault, there are time restrictions on filing a lawsuit. The California statute of limitations for personal injury applies to motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall incidents, injuries from a defective product, medical malpractice cases,… Read On

Property owners have a duty to properly maintain their premises and regularly inspect their grounds. If a property owner breaches this duty, they can be held liable if someone is injured. Wet and slippery floors are common hazards in large commercial locations such as restaurants,… Read On

It’s important to realize that you can’t always blame a slip and fall accident on the proprietor, property manager, or homeowner. Defendants in slip and fall lawsuits can raise a number of valid defenses against a slip and fall claim. Here, we’ll talk about what… Read On