Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg has become a leading authority on Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Law in California. “Stacking” Uninsured Motorist policies is not permitted in California and the “Underinsured” motorist issues created are extremely unfair to injured and insured drivers. The law in this area is tricky and unfair. As a…Details
San Fernando Valley motorcycle accidents can be extremely serious in nature. Because motorcycles offer less protection for the driver, motorcycle accidents can cause permanent injuries and even death. Motorcycle drivers, their passengers, and family members (in the event that the driver or passenger is killed) may be eligible to receive financial compensation if a motorcycle accident is found to be the fault of another driver or condition. Here’s what you need to know about how California motorcycle accidents are investigated.
Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg is consulted more often than you might think by potential clients injured on the property of a home they were thinking about buying. It is a relatively common occurrence for potential buyers to be wondering a property for sale and slipping or tripping on a stair or…Details
Car accidents in Woodland Hills can be minor, causing little to no damage to vehicles or injury to drivers and passenger. These accidents, though certainly an inconvenience, are a blip on the radar when compared to more devastating auto accidents that result in serious personal injuries and major property damage, such as totaled cars.
If you or a loved one are involved in an auto accident, know that California law and our experienced accident attorneys are on your side. Read on for what to do immediately following an accident.Details
If you’re involved in a car accident in Woodland Hills, California, you may find yourself in the middle of a fight to get the compensation that you deserve for the damage to your car and for your injuries. One of the most common concerns people have about California car accidents is how injuries are proven in court. Here’s what you need to know.
California Isn’t a No-Fault Car Accident StateDetails
Attorney Barry P. Goldberg, a native of the San Fernando Valley, is running for the Secretary of the San Fernando Valley Bar Association (SFVBA), a local organization dedicated to serving the Valley’s legal community since 1926. Barry has sat on the Board of the Association for the last three years and is currently the Treasurer. After being voted in by his peers as Secretary, Barry intends “to carry on the fine work started by outgoing President Kira Masteller and the progressive vision of the incoming President, Alan Kassan”. Seeing firsthand “the importance of connecting great San Fernando Valley lawyers with deserving legal consumers”, Barry is looking forward to continuing to contribute his experience, expertise, and understanding of the local Valley community.Details
If you’re hurt in a slip and fall accident in the San Fernando Valley, you may be eligible to receive financial compensation. The purpose of this compensation is to make you whole again, although in many instances we understand that may not be possible.
Financial compensation for slip and falls in California may include:Details
Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg is always looking for recovery sources for his seriously injured clients. One area of confusion comes from questions about whether a server of alcohol can be liable for an accident caused by a driver who drank that alcohol and decided to drive. The following is an excellent…Details
Even in beautiful Woodland Hills, California, a slip and fall has the potential to turn into a serious accident. In some cases, a trip and fall can be so serious that it can ruin your life. If you’ve suffered from a slip and fall, read these tips to learn how you can protect your potential claim and keep your accident from turning your life upside down.
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Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg is asked by his clients almost daily whether they are entitled to “Diminished Value” of their vehicle after a crash. Obviously, a car repaired after a crash is never the same even if expertly repaired. But, is the amount of the “additional damage” or “Diminished Value” recoverable?…Details