What Information Is Needed to Determine the Circumstances of Your Uber Accident?

Have you been injured in an Uber accident? If you have, you should report the accident to Uber. No specific form is used or required to do so. It can be reported through the Uber app “rate your ride” feature and it is usually a good idea to give Uber this notice as soon as…

Why Are Uber Drivers Upset About Proposition 22 and What Does it Mean for Liability?

There has been a lot of buzz surrounding Uber drivers and California legislation. Back on January 1st of last year, Assembly Bill 5 went into effect. Commonly referred to as the “gig worker bill,” it required companies hiring independent contractors to reclassify them as employees. This would mean that Uber drivers would be entitled to…

Bio Attack in an Uber

With the pandemic has come unprecedented stress levels spread across the globe. Stay-at-home orders, mask requirements, and a complete upheaval of everyday life as we know it has taken a toll. This stress, fear, and frustration have taken many forms, many of which have been unproductive and potentially harmful. One example has been prominently featured…

Can I File a Claim in an Uber Accident that Does Not Cause Me Physical Injury?

When you are injured due to the negligence of another, the law provides a mechanism for you to be compensated for the harm you have suffered by bringing a personal injury claim. Injury can refer to a variety of things, although physical injury is most prominently featured. You are, however, entitled to file a claim…

Who Can Be Held Liable in a Self-Driving Car Accident?

The future seems to have officially arrived as self-driving cars continue to filter out into the roadways. Technological advancements have made self-driving vehicles an inevitability. While these vehicles are geared towards making the roads safer, nothing is infallible and there are, and have been already, accidents involving self-driving vehicles. This obviously stands to have dramatic…

Shoulder Injury Treatment Options

Having the full range of motion in your shoulder without pain may be something many of us take for granted. If you have sustained a shoulder injury in an accident, you may long for such times. Shoulder injuries can be extremely painful and have a significant impact on the ability of our shoulders to function…

What Type of Evidence Is Relevant in a Slip and Fall Claim?

A slip and fall can happen because of any number of hazards on a property. You may have fallen downstairs in disrepair. You may have slipped on a water spill in the middle of a hallway. You may have tripped over the unkept seem where tile floor meets carpet. Whatever the dangerous property condition that…

What Is the Statute of Limitations on Personal Injury Claims?

If you have been injured in an accident, time is of the essence. California, along with all other states, has a statute of limitations in place for personal injury claims. A statute of limitations is, essentially, a time limit on the ability to bring legal action on a claim. A delay after an accident could…

What Type of Proof is Relevant in a Car Accident Claim?

While it may be the last thing on your mind after being injured in a car accident, it can be important to be mindful of the fact that you will have to prove certain things in order to successfully file a personal injury claim later on. Being aware of this can help you remember to…

How to File a Claim With Your Auto Insurance Carrier

If you have been in an auto accident, it is not only inevitable for you to deal with your auto insurance carrier, you also have a contractual obligation to inform them that you were involved in an accident. While you have the right to pursue compensation from the at-fault driver, you may, for a number…