What To Do if You Are Injured by a Drunk Driver in California

If you are injured by a drunk driver in California, you may be entitled to compensation. You may also have the right to file a lawsuit against the driver. The talented California car accident attorneys at Maire & Deedon describe below what to do if you are injured by a drunk driver in California: 1.

Wrongful Acts and Wrongful Death: What They Mean and What You Can Do About It in California

In California, wrongful acts and wrongful death are two separate legal concepts that both have legal consequences. A wrongful act refers to any unlawful or unauthorized act or omission that results in harm to another person. This action (or inaction) may also be a product of the at-fault party’s negligence. Wrongful acts in California can

Future Damages in a Personal Injury Case: What You Need to Know

In a personal injury case, the plaintiff may be entitled to compensation for future damages, such as future medical expenses, future lost wages, and extended periods of pain and suffering. These future damages can be significant but are important as these losses can affect a person’s quality of life for years to come. If you

How Long Will Your California Personal Injury Case Take?

Every personal injury case is different and dependent on claimed damages, but the average time it takes to resolve a personal injury claim in California is about one to two years. However, this time frame can vary significantly based on the complexity of the case and the skill of the lawyers involved. If you are

Can a Minor Who Has Been Injured File a Personal Injury Claim?

The legal system is designed to protect people from harm, and in many cases, the injured party may be a minor. This often brings up questions like the ones our Redding, California personal injury attorneys at Maire & Deedon will discuss in this article. What Is a Personal Injury Claim? A California personal injury claim

Determining Fault in a Rear-End Accident in California

In any collision, it is important to determine who is at fault. Fault can be determined based on the facts and circumstances of the crash, including who was driving and where they were when the collision occurred. Fault can also be established if there is clear evidence of negligence or intent to harm. In California,

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