Riding a motorcycle in California is an exhilarating experience that allows you to maneuver through traffic with ease with riding techniques, such as lane splitting. However, the term “lane splitting” is often viewed negatively. The better term is “lane
Cooling off in the water with friends and family is the perfect way to enjoy the summer season and rising temperatures. However, it only takes one person’s negligence to turn a day filled with fun into one of pain and suffering. The Centers for Disease Control
In June 2023, Attorney Parisima Jassim was honored as a recipient of SD Metro’s 40 Under 40 award. The honor recognizes her devotion to serving people in her community, specifically within her work representing victims and survivors in personal injury cases at
When bicyclists ride down a roadway with a bike lane and travel slower than traffic, California law requires them to use a bike lane except when passing, avoiding hazardous conditions, approaching a red light, and making a left turn. These requirements ensure the
California is known for its temperate weather and beautiful scenery, so residents and visitors alike enjoy walking outside for exercise, stress relief, or just to get from point A to point B. Unfortunately, California’s roadways are full of dangers, making
The wake of a car accident can be overwhelming and confusing. Amidst the chaos, it can be challenging to determine your next steps and the best path forward to recover damages for your injuries. However, the moments immediately following an accident are critical
A personal injury can occur anywhere, anytime, and turn your life upside down. To recover from the injuries, the medical expenses, and lost income you might suffer, you may pursue legal action against the responsible party and recover compensation for your losses.
Accidents happen, and it is essential to have insurance coverage when they do. Car insurance helps protect accident victims injured in collisions through no fault of their own so they can recover compensation for their injuries. In the United States, monetary