Woodland Hills personal injury lawyer Barry P. Goldberg is an expert on all things Uninsured and Underinsured, including UM/UIM Arbitrations. While UM/UIM arbitrations provide a relatively inexpensive and prompt result, many drivers are concerned that the opportunities for appeal are limited—–That is a fact! Background of the Uninsured Motorist Law A little background is required.…Details
If you’ve been injured in a car accident, motorcycle accident, dog bite, or slip and fall accident, you’re probably considering whether you need to hire a personal injury attorney to assist you with filing your claim and if so, how you go about finding the best attorney for your case. Your objective is likely to recover maximum financial compensation and not all lawyers are skilled or experienced enough to assist you in achieving this goal. What’s more, there are thousands of personal injury lawyers to choose from in California — How do you narrow the field down to find the right lawyer?
Finding the right personal injury attorney
There are several ways to go about finding the right attorney for your accident claim. A few include:Details
Woodland Hills personal injury lawyer Barry P. Goldberg must value cases based at least in part on the value of the plaintiff’s past medical bills and the value of future medical expenses. Plaintiff trial lawyers struggle in estimating and proving those economic damages particularly in cases where the plaintiff does not have health insurance. Often…Details
Woodland Hills personal injury lawyer Barry P. Goldberg handles more than his fair share of drunk driving accidents and other “crime-related” losses. In these circumstances, it is not uncommon for there to be a criminal prosecution against the civil defendant. Criminal defendants are often required to pay “restitution” to the victim for their conduct or…Details
Chances are, you have heard of the new Pokemon Go phenomenon that is sweeping the nation. Pokemon Go is a game played on a smartphone that encourages people to walk around to collect 151 Pokemon and is based off the card game and hand-held Nintendo games of the 90s.
While a seemingly harmless game of augmented reality, Pokemon Go is turning into anything but. Indeed, the app — one of the most popular smartphone games of all time — is causing numerous car crashes and injuring innocent victims throughout the state and country.
Here are a few times the game has actually contributed to real world accidents:Details
Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg is called about every imaginable type of injury. Sometimes, clients are seriously injured at work and Workers Compensation is the “Exclusion Remedy,” with very few exceptions. Most notably, my office will take on such cases if the worker is injured by the negligence of a “Third-Party” unrelated…Details
If you’re injured in an auto accident, a slip and fall, or bitten by a vicious dog, and you report the incident to your insurance company, you will likely be asked to make a statement. These statements are taken — and recorded — by insurance companies in nearly every case.
We are often asked whether a recorded statement is really necessary and whether an accident victim needs to give one. Our advice: remember that you are being recorded and to speak with your experienced accident attorney before giving any statements to any insurance company — yours or the other party’s.Details
Woodland Hills car accident lawyer Barry P. Goldberg is well aware of both distracted driving accidents and the new Pokemon Go craze! As a father of two and as a personal injury lawyer, the potential for catastrophic accidents of the target generation of this game is downright scary. Of course, teens, twenties and all drivers…Details
Even though car accidents occur what seems like all the time, they can still be very overwhelming for those involved. In the aftermath, it may be difficult to determine what steps to take next; especially if there has been even a minor injury. Reading through these below tips, compiled by a trusted DC car accident…Details
While a time for celebration, the long Independence Day weekend can also bring with it a number of serious personal injuries, including car accidents from drinking and driving, illegal firework injuries, and dog bites. Indeed, according to the National Safety Council, July 4th is the deadliest holiday in the United States. The patriotic holiday has also historically been the deadliest day on the road for Americans. Unfortunately, we saw several fatal auto accidents over the weekend that confirmed how dangerous July 4th can be for some.
If you or a loved one was injured by a negligent driver in an auto accident over the July 4 weekend, know that California law is on your side. If your injuries and/or property damage were the result of another driver’s reckless or careless behavior, you may be able to recover financial compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, emotional distress, and more.Details