Defective Hip Replacements: Everything You Need to Know

Defective Hip Replacements - Los Angeles and Glendale Personal Injury Attorneys

Defective hip replacements can cause a tremendous amount of pain and suffering – and if you’ve had hip replacement surgery that hasn’t worked out well for you, you may be entitled to compensation. Here’s what you need to know about defective hip replacements and your legal options. What Are Defective Hip Replacements? Sometimes manufacturers make products that don’t work as … Read More

Guide to Mesothelioma Claims: Everything You Need to Know

Guide to Mesothelioma Claims in California

You’ve seen television commercials and heard radio ads; maybe you’ve even seen print ads about mesothelioma claims. But what is a mesothelioma claim, and could you be eligible to file one? Here’s what you need to know. Guide to Mesothelioma Claims: Everything You Need to Know Mesothelioma is a type of cancer that occurs in the thin layers of tissue … Read More

Common Types of Burn Injuries

Common Types of Burn Injuries

Burns are some of the most common injuries in the United States – and sometimes, they’re caused by another person’s negligence or carelessness. So what are the types of burn injuries, and what can you do if another person caused yours? Here’s what you need to know. Types of Burn Injuries Burns can happen anywhere, any time. Sometimes they’re the … Read More

The 5 Most Common Construction Site Injuries

The 5 Most Common Construction Site Injuries

If you’re like many people who work in construction, you know that there are hazards in your workplace. You probably also know that your employer is supposed to make your workplace as safe as possible. However, not all construction sites are safe. So what are the five most common construction site injuries? Here’s what you need to know. The 5 … Read More

The Personal Injury Statute of Limitations in California

Personal Injury Statute of Limitations in California

The personal injury statute of limitations in California says you have two years from the date of your injury to go to court and file a lawsuit against the at-fault party. If you didn’t discover the injury right away, you have one year from the date the injury was discovered. The statute of limitations is very important in personal injury … Read More