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June 2015 Archives

What do I do after a hit-and-run accident?

Though car accidents can be a nuisance, the process of claiming insurance is generally pretty simple. You exchange information with the other driver, talk to any witnesses and go from there. But in a hit-and-run accident, you don't have the chance to get the other drivers' insurance information. At best, you may be able to get their license plate number, but even that may be a challenge.

Are there any regulations about repetitive motion injury?

The term "repetitive stress" in connection with workplace injury may bring to mind people who sit at their desks typing all day developing carpal tunnel syndrome in their hands and wrists, but repetitive motion injury, the term that the California Department of Industrial Relations uses, encompasses many more kinds of work-related injuries. So much so that the department has issued regulations governing what employers must do to reduce the frequency of the occurrence of repetitive motion injuries.

California premises liability law vs. sovereign immunity

Premises liability cases often turn on the responsibility of a property owner or occupier to you if you are injured due to a condition on the property, or because of negligence on the part of an employee of a business.

Lane-splitting: the legal gray area

California's coasts, mountains and freeways make it an ideal place for motorcyclists, especially in Orange County. But the picturesque setting is not the only reason bikers love this state. The laws surrounding motorcycles are softer here than in other states, especially when it comes to lane-splitting. Basically, California has no laws preventing it, so bikers and police alike have taken that as making it legal. A proposed bill, under review in state legislation is set to regulate, but not eliminate, the maneuver.

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