California’s Vehicle Code requires all drivers to file an accident report any time they are involved in a crash that causes injuries to death to another person. However, not all motorists comply with the law. Though the individual may have committed a crime by not… Read On

With services like Uber and Lyft increasing in popularity in California, there is also an increased risk of being involved in a collision with a rideshare driver. The first question in your mind is probably: “An Uber driver hit my car. What should I do?”… Read On

Government premises liability lawsuits are slightly different than those filed against private parties. The government incurs the same kind of liability that a private owner would, but the process for suing the government is quite different. In addition, there are some restrictions on what sorts… Read On

Those involved in accidents with commercial trucks generally have a number of questions concerning their right to recover damages for their injuries. Truck accidents are litigated in the same basic way that any car accident is. The major difference is that you will be filing… Read On

Disruptive technologies often transcend or bridge categories and Uber definitely qualifies as a disruptive technology. Since rideshare company technology has hit the market, there have been a number of lawsuits related to that technology. In many cases, the standards for becoming an Uber driver are… Read On

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