Three Types of At-Home Elder Abuse

Elder abuse is one of the most under-reported forms of negligence. According to one study, victims only report one out of every fourteen cases.  The percentage could be even lower in home-based abuse cases.  Many victims do not want anyone to “get in trouble.” Furthermore, many victims, in their advanced age, have mental impairments, so…


How to Protect Yourself from Being a Victim of a Pedestrian Accident

If you live or work in Woodland Hills, particularly around the Warner Center where more and more residents are turning away from cars and towards traveling by foot or bike, you should understand that while walking has many pros, serious injuries can happen if you’re involved in a pedestrian accident. A pedestrian accident happens when a pedestrian is struck by a vehicle, such as a car, truck, or even a motorcycle.

Here’s how you can protect yourself and reduce the risk of getting seriously hurt.


Barry P. Goldberg Quoted in Law360 Article “4 Ways To Save Injury Clients From Social Media Disasters”

Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg is often quoted in articles regarding, Uninsured Motorist Law, Tort Liability and and other personal Injury topics.  However, more and more, the legal community is looking to Mr. Goldberg as an authority on legal marketing and Social Media.  In a recent article by Y. Peter Kang of…


Determining Fault in Multi-Car Accidents

Multi-car accidents are often extremely frightening for all involved and increasingly common in high-traffic and heavy construction areas such as Woodland Hills and Canoga Park. When multiple vehicles, whether they be cars, trucks, big rigs, or motorcycles, are involved in a car crash, more of than not, several victims suffer serious injuries and property damage and some escape a multi-car accident without a single scratch.

One of the most common questions we are asked about multi-car accidents is: Who is at fault?