Injured At a Private Pool? 4 Signs of Owner Negligence

Like many Californians, you may spend days in the swimming pool to help you beat the heat when temperatures start to climb during the summer months. Friends and family like to enjoy time together grilling and enjoying the water. However, the dark side of private pool enjoyment is the possibility of severe injury. Pool owners are actually liable for serious injuries and accidental drowning in many cases.

In the event you should become injured while using someone else's pool, or if a family member should accidentally fall in, here are some things to look to for that point to negligence on the part of the pool owner.read more...

Bicycle and Vehicle Collisions: What Cyclists Should Know About Liability and Fault

 If you are a cyclist who has been involved in an accident with another vehicle, your injuries might be substantial. Because you were riding a bike, you might have sustained much more harm than the driver of the car.

However, even though you have more injuries and a long road to recovery, deciding who is at fault for the accident and which parties are responsible for paying damages, including lost wages and medical bills, can sometimes be more complicated than you might think. Here's what you need to know about deciding fault and liability in a bicycle accident.read more...

Should You Hire a Lawyer for a Minor Car Accident? 

Most people know that after a major car accident, it's a good idea to hire an auto accident lawyer. A lawyer can hold insurance companies and other parties accountable. He or she can ensure you get adequate compensation to help you as you recover from your injuries.

But what about minor car accidents? Maybe you didn't suffer serious injuries or need to go to the hospital after the accident. However, an auto accident lawyer might still be able to help. Here are a few situations when it's still wise to talk to a lawyer. read more...

 

 

California Dog Bite Laws: How You Can Seek Compensation for a Dog Attack

If you or a family member has been attacked by a dog, you may now face a long road to recovery, including medical bills, injuries, and stress from the trauma.

Different states have different laws about how you can seek compensation for the damages of a dog attack. California's laws can help you hold the dog owner responsible for attacks under certain circumstances. Here's what you need to know about our state's dog bite laws and what paths are open to you after you've experienced this injury. read more...

 

 

 


New Landlords  Common Legal Mistakes That Could Get You Into Trouble

If you're taking the plunge into real estate investing by purchasing your first rental property, you know there are a few challenges ahead, including finding the right tenants and making sure the property is ready to move into. However, many new landlords make the mistake of simplifying the process of lease agreements, and they may not understand their legal boundaries. read more...

 

 

 

 

 


Buying a Home? 6 Tips to Avoid a Real-Estate Scam

When you plan to buy a home, you're anxious to find the right home at an affordable price. Unfortunately, real-estate scammers can use your impatience to their advantage. They can appear to give you a great deal while secretly scamming you out of your hard-earned money.

A real-estate scam can lead to a complicated legal entanglement that can only be resolved with the help of a real-estate lawyer.

As you look for a new home, follow these tips to prevent legal problems. read more...