Does an Insurer Commit “Bad Faith” by Refusing to Settle Your Case?

Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg is regularly asked whether an insurer is committing “bad faith” by failing or refusing to settle a case. Most accident victims do not realize that the “at fault” party’s insurer really owes virtually no duty of care to the accident victim. Rather, the duty of care is…

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Hit & Run Motorcycle Accidents

As many Los Angeles County residents have witnessed firsthand, motorcycle accidents are all too common. From the curves of Mulholland Drive to the Gridlock of the 405, motorcyclists and drivers compete for space on a relatively small amount of roadway in an very slow moving attempt to get to their final destination. Sometimes, this competition…

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Why Won’t the Insurer Tell Me the Policy Limits?

Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg is asked this question all the time—why won’t the insurer for the driver that hit me disclose the available policy limits information? The insurers’ continued refusal to cooperate and disclose is often viewed as “shady” by auto accident victims. Ironically, the insurers’ steadfast refusal drives potential clients…

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Do You Know the “Permissible” Exclusions in Your Auto Policy?

Do You Know the “Permissible” Exclusions in Your Auto Policy? Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg has seen almost every possible circumstance arising from automobile accidents. Many cases involve insurance coverage issues ranging from whether a policy was in effect at the time of the accident to more complex concepts—like whether roommate A…

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