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November 2015 Archives

The role of truck driver fatigue in causing a semi truck accident

There is a reason why federal trucking regulations limit the number of hours that a commercial truck driver can spend behind the wheel each day. A fully loaded tractor-trailer traveling at highway speeds can quickly become an instrument of death and destruction when truck driver fatigue allows it to slam into the rear of another vehicle or have a head-on collision after crossing a center median.

Who can be held responsible in a truck accident?

Accidents that involve commercial trucks can be catastrophic. Given the size and weight of commercial trucks, these accidents can result in very serious injuries or even fatalities. If you or a family member was involved in a truck accident, you may be able to receive compensation for your injuries by filing a personal injury claim. To collect the maximum amount of compensation, you should identify as many defendants as you can in your claim.

Slip-and-fall accidents on public property involve unique issues

A dangerous property condition such as a wet floor or inadequate lighting can lead to serious injuries for which the victim might be able to recover compensation from the property owner. However, when the property owner is California or any government entity, there are special rules that must be followed in order to file a lawsuit.

Comparative fault in premises liability cases

According to the legal theory called premises liability, a property owner can be held liable for any accidents and injuries that occur on the property. In California, a property owner's liability can be limited if the injured person was partially to blame for what happened. This is known as comparative fault.

California passes law for workers' compensation drug formulary

When a worker is injured on the job, those involved - the worker, the employer, the insurance company and medical professionals - have one goal in common: to get the employee back to work as quickly as possible. While this may be based on good intentions, sometimes the rush to get back to work can cause more problems than the original injury. Some of those involve the treatment options prescribed for recovery.

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