The law in California has two general scenarios where past occurrences may create liability for present events. The conditions exist where notice of a condition of property or some potentially harmful condition in the past may create liability if the condition is not corrected and someone is subsequently harmed by it. The legal conditions are […]
How does a person or company know how to pick an attorney? Once you’ve found a prospective attorney, there are (at least) five key questions to ask: 1. How much experience do you have handling cases like mine? Ask your intended attorney not only if he or she has handled cases like yours, but for […]
Getting into a car accident can be a scary and startling experience, especially if you are injured. Regardless, there are a few things that are important to try to remember to do after an accident. TELL SOMEONE IF YOU ARE HURT. If you are injured, at times the adrenaline and shock may cause you to […]
The law in California uses a concept called “constructive notice,” which basically means that if the condition existed for long enough that someone should have discovered it, upon reasonable inspection, and done repairs, than the conduct of the property owner or maintainer was not reasonable.