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Has your crash caused long-term pain and suffering?

Car accidents in Orange County happen frequently, and although there can be a variety of factors that cause crashes, negligence of some sort is often to blame. If you have to cope with the consequences of a distracted or impaired driver's actions, you may have questions about the recovery you may seek.

How to unleash legal resources to seek recovery after a dog bite

There's ample evidence that owning dogs, or at least interacting with them, can be very beneficial in a variety of ways. There are even dogs that receive training to provide health-related support or encourage emotional healing following traumatic incidents.

Fight for your health following motor vehicle collisions

A seemingly normal day can take a quick turn for the worst if you are suddenly involved in a car accident. Not only do motor vehicle accidents often lead to property damage, but they can also cause serious, debilitating injuries. In fact, the cost of automobile accidents from an economic standpoint is an estimated $277 billion every year -- or about $897 per person in the United States -- and about 1.6 million car accidents in the United States back in 2012 involved injuries.

Do you know the difference between a trial and an appeal?

Anyone could suffer serious injuries as a result of a car accident, slip-and-fall incident, dog bite or other event. Though you may have hoped to never find yourself in an injury-causing situation, you may recently have realized that you cannot avoid such scenarios altogether after suffering serious injuries yourself. If another person caused your injuries, you may also realize that you find considering legal action to be a good idea.

Did your shopping trip end with a trip to the ER?

If you visit a restaurant or shopping mall in California, the responsibility for your safety lies with various people. For instance, if you own a home, and you have a party, the law obligates you to make sure your house, lawn and surrounding areas (steps, sidewalks, porches, etc.) remain free from debris or other hazards that could cause injuries to your guests. The law also requires business owners to do the same for you.