Woodland Hills Personal Injury Attorney Barry P. Goldberg hears about Road Rage and accidents resulting from Road Rage all the time. But, what is “Road Rage”? However, from a legal standpoint, the conduct such motorists may be considered either aggressive driving or road rage. Understanding the difference between the two is important when deciding how…Details
Woodland Hills Personal Injury Attorney Barry P. Goldberg must separate out aggressive driving from “road rage” on a regular basis. The term “road rage” is often confused with “aggressive” driving. Understanding the difference between ‘aggressive” driving and “road rage” is important when deciding what claims to pursue. What is Aggressive Driving? Aggressive driving is intentional…Details
At the law offices of Barry P. Goldberg, ‘Always Be Prepared’ is the mantra for 2017! It never hurts to be a prepared — or even a tad bit over-prepared. Car emergencies and auto accidents are a fairly frequent occurrence in the San Fernando Valley. If you are a car owner and a regular driver, here are a few tips on what to have in your car for emergency situations.
Extra Emergency Cash
With so many of us relying on credit cards and debit cards, we often don’t think about carrying around cash. A little extra cash might come in handy from time to time. It’s easy to lose a wallet or a credit card. Stash some emergency cash to be used only in a true emergency situation and it might get you out of a few tight spots.Details
Effective January 1, 2017, all residents of the state of California are prohibited from using their cell phones while driving. This does mean no texting, calling, Snapping, or Wazing – indeed, drivers are no longer allowed to hold a phone in their hand.
While texting and driving has been illegal for quite some time, this law heightens the restrictions of mobile phone use while driving with the goal of reducing the frequency of accidents caused by distracted driving. We all know that texting and driving is a main cause behind distracted driving accidents. However, using your phone for any other purposes while driving is just as likely to distract and lead to the possibility of life-threatening motor accidents.Details
Personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg is a leading accident attorney for the Canoga Park area because his office is close, convenient and Spanish-Speaking. It is more than apparent that pedestrians are being hit by cars at an alarming rate in Canoga Park. When those accident numbers are added to the auto v. bicycle numbers,…Details
San Fernando Valley, CA – Attorney Barry P. Goldberg and Team BPG are excited to announce the fourth and final recipient of their December Charity Donate-a-thon. The last recipient of $1000 for the month of December is:Details
Woodland Hills Personal Injury Attorney Barry P. Goldberg recently published: “U.S. Citizen or not, you may qualify for the California Good Driver Discount.” The Article examined the good driver discount as it applies to foreign drivers licensed in California for less than three years. Under California law, a foreign driver may claim a good driver…Details
Woodland Hills Personal Injury lawyer Barry P. Goldberg is always on the alert for issues affecting personal injury plaintiffs. As part of that concern, Mr. Goldberg has aligned himself with related professionals to provide the best possible service. This article was contributed by noted bankruptcy counsel Andrew Goodman. As Mr. Goodman points out, if you…Details
San Fernando Valley, CA – Attorney Barry P. Goldberg and Team BPG are excited to announce the third recipient of their December Charity Donate-a-thon. This week’s recipient of $1000 is:
This wonderful organization is dedicated to providing “programs and services that meet the urgent and ongoing needs of grandparents and other relatives raising children at risk. We seek to positively impact that Third GenerationTM and the grandparents and adults who love and care for them, so caregivers and children alike can grow and thrive.”Details
Although a dog is often considered to be a man’s best friend, that is not always the case, especially if we are talking about a stranger’s dog. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, a whopping 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year.
Whether it is owner negligence or just plain bad luck, you need to have a solid case to get compensation for your financial and psychological injuries. Read on for a list of 5 things that you need to avoid after a dog has attacked you…