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Brain and Head Injury Settlements in California

A brain injury after a car accident can cause lifelong disabilities and even death. Unfortunately, head injuries cause nearly 30% of injury deaths in the US. Moreover, the effects of head injuries after car accidents are long-lasting. A single head injury—even at a young age—can “lead to dementia later on in life.”  After car accidents, medical bills pile up,...

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3 Most Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries

Motorcyclists are four times more likely to be injured in motorcycle accidents than people in a car. Even more shocking, motorcyclists are 29 times more likely to die in a fatal motorcycle crash. Wells Call Injury Lawyers are trained and experienced personal injury attorneys. Contact us today if a motorcycle accident injured you or a loved one. We can...

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How to Win a Slip-and-Fall Case

A slip-and-fall liability claim is a type of personal injury claim based on negligence. Broadly speaking, negligence refers to a situation where someone’s carelessness or purposeful actions harmed you. In a slip-and-fall case, someone else’s (like a property owner’s) carelessness created a hazardous environment, resulting in you slipping and falling.  What Do I Need to Prove to Win My...

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Common Signs of a Concussion After a Car Accident in California

You know about obvious physical injuries after a California car accident, like broken bones and scratches. With the whirlwind of things that happen after an accident, though, concussion symptoms can get swept under the rug. This can lead to further harm to your brain.  Educating yourself on the common symptoms of a concussion after a car accident can help...

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Broken Bones After a California Car Accident

Car accidents are physically and mentally traumatic for all the individuals involved. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2019, 2,740,000 people were injured in car accidents. A car accident can cause many injuries, varying in severity, including broken bones. Broken bones from a car accident can take a great deal of time to heal. Depending on...

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How to Choose an Affordable Personal Injury Lawyer in Fairfield, CA

If you suffered injuries in an accident due to someone else’s negligence or willful misconduct, California law allows you to pursue just compensation for your losses. No one ever expects a bad accident to happen to them. However, when an accident occurs, it can leave you reeling. You and your family may be left in an uncertain financial situation...

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Confidentiality Clauses in Personal Injury: Reasons You Should Say No To Them

Your case will probably not go to trial when you file a personal injury lawsuit. More commonly, the parties to a personal injury lawsuit enter into a settlement agreement. A settlement agreement is a contract that resolves all claims between the parties. The plaintiff agrees to release their claims against the defendant in exchange for some amount of compensation....

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What Is the Difference Between Negligence and Gross Negligence in California?

Negligence is a legal concept that is the cornerstone of personal injury lawsuits. California law also recognizes gross negligence, which is related but not the same. If you have a personal injury case, it is important to understand the differences between gross negligence vs. negligence and how that distinction can affect your legal claim.  What Is Negligence? Negligence, in...

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How to Report Reckless Driving in California

Reckless driving is driving with a wanton disregard for the safety of others. In California, this offense is a misdemeanor. Reckless driving can be driving aggressively, excessive speeding, racing, showing road rage, or any other pattern of driving that ignores the safety of others on the road. These are very dangerous behaviors that can cause serious accidents, injuries, and...

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How Does a Vehicle Qualify Under the California Lemon Law?

You have probably heard of cars or other vehicles referred to as “lemons.” Most people know that a lemon is a vehicle that isn’t driveable or has many problems. California has laws that deal specifically with lemons and protect people from bad car deals. Today we will discuss how a vehicle can qualify as a lemon in California. What...

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