A slip and fall occurs when someone loses their balance because of a slick spot or because they tripped over something on the property. As a result, they are injured in some way. Slip and falls in San Fernando Valley can be dangerous. Although back injuries are most common in slip and falls, traumatic brain injuries from hitting your head, broken bones, and other injuries may occur. While there are laws in place in California to help victims of personal injury, certain elements must be met and slip and fall is no exception. Read over the following legal elements for California slip and falls. If you believe that what happened to you has the following elements, you should call an experienced Woodland Hills slip and fall attorney because slip and fall claims are time sensitive.Details
Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg loves handling Uninsured Motorist claims because it is one of the few circumstances where the insured has leverage over his or her insurance company. Barry definitely knows what to do when your insurer makes a “Low-Ball” offer in your Uninsured motorist claim—– demand Arbitration! (The same applies…Details
Being involved in an auto accident in California can leave you injured and confused. Would you know what to do? No one gets in the car and plans to get into an auto accident. They happen so fast that it can be hard to remember to do the basics. If you’re involved in an auto accident in Woodland Hills, California, follow these steps.
Call the PoliceDetails
Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg gets regular case inquiries about sidewalk trip and falls. Sometimes the injuries can be devastation. However, many potential clients assume that since the dangerous condition was on a public sidewalk, the City has to be liable. Not so fast! Not only do you have the burden of…Details
With the advent of smartphones and social media apps, many Southern Californians have become extremely comfortable sharing pictures, video recordings and other content about themselves on their social media accounts. Applications like Facebook and Instagram installed on a smartphone allow users to instantly take photos and videos of themselves, upload the content to their Facebook walls and social media accounts, tag other individuals included in the content, and indicate the exact location where the photo or video was taken. While the majority of this is innocent and fun, the truth of the matter remains that if a person has an ongoing personal injury case pending in court, these pictures and videos can be used against you in a court of law.Details
In 2016, California voters approved Proposition 64 which legalized marijuana use for recreational purposes. The law, which went into effect January 2017, allows any California citizen over the age of 21 to smoke marijuana in their private home or business without restriction. Since January, the California Highway Patrol has found that California citizens have consumed more marijuana than previous years, and found more instances of individuals driving under the influence of marijuana, aka “drugged driving.”
Driving while highDetails
For many dual-income families in the San Fernando Valley, or families where both parents work outside of the home, choosing the right daycare for their children is a big decision. Thankfully, childcare facilities are heavily regulated in California.
Choosing the right daycareDetails
Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg has seen almost every type and kind of injury and insurance claim. This one might top the charts! The California Court of Appeal has attempted to answer the following “burning” question: “Who is responsible for a house fire that occurs when a dog is left alone with…Details
Recently a high-speed crash in Canoga Park, California took the life of young driver Steven Rodriguez, just two weeks after his 21st birthday. Authorities believe than an excessive rate of speed combined with possible alcohol consumption led to the catastrophic accident. Reports from the scene of the car crash state that Steven was driving at such an excessive rate of speed that upon impact with a fire hydrant the car was cut in half and split apart, and the hydrant flew into one of the nearby buildings. According to one witness who spoke to local station KTLA 5, “It was like a giant river of … car parts floating by,” said witness Angel Cerda. “Half of the car was on one side of the street, and the other half was on the other side of the street. The man was still in the car, sitting down, his seatbelt on. … It was a complete mess.”
We are devastated for Steven’s family and loved ones.Details
Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg files cases against Homeowner’s Insurance Policies for clients in various types of claims and cases. However, there is still a great deal of confusion about what the time limit is and whether various “tolling” of that time applies. Barry P. Goldberg is an insurance policy expert and…Details