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Who Is Responsible if You’re Injured by a Product?

You use, perhaps, dozens of products every day, and most without thinking about their safety. You use them as directed and expect they will be harmless. However, if you are injured by a product, is there someone you can hold accountable for the damages you suffer?
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Who to Sue After a Semi-Truck Accident

Recovering from an 18-wheeler accident or any big-rig accident takes time, dedication, and major medical bills. It’s important to hold the person (or party) who caused the accident responsible for their actions. So, who can be held liable in a semi-truck accident?
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Making an Insurance Claim vs. Filing a Lawsuit

Getting injured in a negligent accident can be a difficult and emotional experience. Thankfully, California personal injury laws allow victims of negligent accidents to recover damages by holding the at-fault party liable.
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Understanding Insurance Bad Faith Tactics

Insurance companies work very hard to assign fault to you, to minimize the value of your damages, and if possible, to deny claims entirely. In other words, they usually operate in bad faith, hoping to emerge having paid you as little as possible.
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Common Misconceptions About California Car Accident Claims

Being involved in a car crash can be a frightening and confusing experience. Many people do not know what to expect following an automobile accident and turn to their family members and friends for advice. However, the things your loved ones tell you about what you should do following a car accident may not be correct from a legal perspective.
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Paul D. Fitzgerald, Attorney At Law

Death By Cell Phone

A driver talking on a handheld cell phone threatens everyone on the road with severe personal injuries and wrongful deaths.
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Personal Injury Law and Litigation

For the purpose of this article, personal injury litigation can be broken into two general categories: negligence cases and intentional acts or “torts.”
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Paul D. Fitzgerald, Attorney At Law

Introduction to a Civil Lawsuit

In a civil lawsuit, the victim brings a case for money damages against the offender or a third party for causing physical or emotional injuries.
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