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Damage Caps in California Personal Injury Claims

Posted by Dan Kann | Sep 18, 2021 | 0 Comments

You can claim lawful damages for both economic and non-economic losses in a personal injury lawsuit. Occasionally, the value of non-economic damages in a California personal injury case has a maximum amount limit or a damage cap.    A damage cap is a legally stipulated maximum amount that defi...

5 Common Reasons For California Trucking Accidents

Posted by Dan Kann | Sep 13, 2021 | 0 Comments

The trucking industry is the lifeline of the US economy. Nearly every product consumed in the country has been on a truck at some stage. The trucking industry carried 11.84 billion tons of cargo, amounting to 72.5% of all freight moved in the United States in 2019. According to the American Tr...

How to Build a Personal Injury Claim?

Posted by Dan Kann | Sep 09, 2021 | 0 Comments

If you are a victim of an accident and someone else is responsible for your injuries stemming from that accident, you have every right to seek compensation. Having said that, filing a claim and recovering damages for your injuries is not as straightforward as you may assume. Is it Easy to File...

What Should I Do If The Police Come to My Home?

Posted by Dan Kann | Aug 02, 2021 | 0 Comments

Having a police officer ring your doorbell can be the cause of much consternation. Usually, police need a warrant to enter your home if they want to arrest someone; and they must identify themselves and their purpose of being at your home. What Are My Rights When the Police is at My Doorstep? ...

Leading Causes of Traffic Fatalities in Los Angeles

Posted by Dan Kann | Jul 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

Los Angeles city streets see many serious injuries and fatalities in automobile accidents every year. In 2016, the city initiated the vision zero policy to reduce the high number of traffic fatalities, with a goal to bring them down to zero by 2025. Nevertheless, the number of traffic accident...

How Do I Defend A Resisting Arrest Charge in California?

Posted by Dan Kann | Jul 18, 2021 | 0 Comments

Offenses under Penal Code 148, more commonly termed as resisting arrest, carry a misdemeanor charge. The law enforcement authorities usually bring the resisting arrest charge along with the offense for which they made the arrest. Criteria for Resisting Arrest Charges in California Under a P...

The New Laws For Marijuana Possession And Sales in California

Posted by Dan Kann | Jun 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

Marijuana possession laws have seen significant changes in the last few years. Compassion Use Laws allow persons with a lawful prescription and a valid medical marijuana card to possess dried cannabis up to eight ounces per patient. Under these and other acceptable circumstances, the California c...

Understanding California Laws For Texting And Driving

Posted by Dan Kann | May 17, 2021 | 0 Comments

Reasons for Distracted Driving Driving a motor vehicle while being engaged in any activity that makes you lose focus is termed as distracted driving. In an alarming trend, texting while driving has become one of the major reasons for distracted driving and subsequently, one of the leading cau...

Motorcycling in California: An Enjoyable Pursuit or Hazard?

Posted by Dan Kann | May 14, 2021 | 0 Comments

Dangers of the Open Road Californians love motorcycles. Much of the golden state has lovely weather pretty much all year round. Motorcycle-riding is big in California as outdoor activities such as this thrive in conducive weather. Although a gratifying pursuit for some, riding motorcycles h...

Assault With a Deadly Weapon

Posted by Dan Kann | May 12, 2021 | 0 Comments

California Penal Code 245 PC defines an assault with a deadly weapon as a crime where a person attacks, or attempts to attack, another person with a deadly instrument or weapon other than a firearm, or by means of such force that is likely to cause bodily harm. Assault with a deadly weapon is ...

When is a California Sexual Battery Charge a Felony?

Posted by Dan Kann | May 10, 2021 | 0 Comments

California Sexual Battery Laws The state of California considers sexual battery as a serious crime. The punishment is usually severe and can include a long prison term or the lifetime stigma of registration as a sex offender. California Penal Code Section 243.4 states that any person unlawf...

How Serious is Felony Vandalism?

Posted by Dan Kann | May 07, 2021 | 0 Comments

Vandalism is an intentional act of damaging or wrecking a property that mars, defaces, or tarnishes it, leading to depreciation in its value. Vandalism can amount to much more than a misdemeanor. The extent of penalty in a vandalism (criminal mischief) charge, depends upon the financial cost of t...

How Do You Suppress Evidence in DUI Cases?

Posted by Dan Kann | May 06, 2021 | 0 Comments

A DUI conviction can have long-term implications and cause you lasting harm. It may taint your record and make it hard for you to pursue a career, get housing or even attend college. A conviction can also lead to probation, fines, or even a prison term. Defendants in a DUI case can ask the cou...

Three Car Deadly Pedestrian Hit and Run in Los Angeles

Posted by Dan Kann | Mar 02, 2021 | 0 Comments

A motorcycle and two cars all hit an innocent pedestrian and fled from the scene of the deadly accident. Crossing Central Avenue at 78th Street in Los Angeles, pedestrian Jose Fuentes died on the scene. People reports on the detail of the hit and run pedestrian accident: “Fuentes was lying in the...

Do I Have a California Medical Malpractice Claim?

Posted by Dan Kann | Dec 17, 2020 | 0 Comments

Your health is so important. It is perhaps one of the most valuable things you have. When you do need medical care, you hope that the doctors taking care of you are doing their very best, taking necessary precautions, and warning you of any potential problems or risks that could be associated wit...

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