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How Does the Made Whole Doctrine Apply to Subrogation Claims?

Made Whole Doctrine California After a car accident, most people turn to their insurance companies. If your car insurance company pays for your property damage or your car insurance or/and health insurance pay...
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How Prop 213 Affects a CA Personal Injury Case

What Is Prop 213? Prop 213—which is still in effect—restricts a person’s ability to collect non-economic damages (e.g., pain and suffering, emotional distress, etc.) in a car accident or personal...
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First Party Insurance Claims for Property Damage

What Is a 1st Party Property Damage Claim? Policyholders in California are no strangers to homeowners’ insurance claims, such as those caused by water or fire damage, making it critical...
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How Social Media Can Hurt Your Case

4 Ways Social Media Can Damage Your Personal Injury Claim Humans are connected in ways we never could have imagined thanks to social media. Popular social media platforms are: Facebook,...
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Will My Car Insurance Go Up If I File an Uninsured Motorist Claim?

What Happens When You File an Uninsured Motorist Claim? All drivers in California are required to carry liability insurance, but that doesn’t mean they do. One source estimates there could be as many as 4.1 million...
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When it Comes to Selecting a Personal Injury Lawyer, Choose Wisely

Experiencing an injury is terrifying. I know, because it happened to me. I was in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on Halloween night, eight years ago. There was a huge party held in...
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Lingering effects from the fires: Law firms and insurance companies

Lingering Effects From Fires It has been more than two months since the Bluecut Fire, but residents unknowingly continue to suffer its aftermath. Though homeowners living in the High Desert...
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