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Insurer Can Breach Duty by Refusing to a Modification of a Release

Insurer Can Breach Duty by Refusing to a Modification of a Release Woodland hills personal injury lawyer Barry P. Goldberg analyzes insurance company obligations particularly involving ‘Releases.” Mr. Goldberg recently handled a drunk driving accident case wherein “Restitution” was ordered by the Court. The question arose whether the Release affected the separate payment of restitution.…


Work Zone Auto Accidents: Who’s At Fault?

These days, we can’t seem to drive a few feet in Woodland Hills without running into a construction site or construction truck. With all of the development around the Warner Center, it may be years before our roads are back to normal! So what happens in you are injured in an auto accident that was caused by one of construction sites or vehicles?  In California, you have legal rights.

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Amputee Victims and Financial Recovery

If you have lost a limb in a serious car accident or motorcycle accident, you may be wondering what’s next. After the extensive surgeries and treatment, and piling medical bills, you may be concerned about how you will live your life, much less pay off all of your bills. For those who have suffered an amputation injury, their lives are forever altered.

An amputation injury occurs when the victim loses a limb, finger, or toe. These injuries are often sustained either as the result of a catastrophic auto accident or after the accident and during a medical procedure to save the life of the victim. While car accident victims can and do suffer the loss of a limb, pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorcyclists are especially susceptible to losing a limb, even in low speed collisions. Without tons of steel to protect them, these innocent men and women are often subjected to serious injuries when involved in a crash.


Barry P. Goldberg’s Legal & Music Careers Featured in Valley Lawyer Magazine

Attorney and San Fernando Valley Bar Association Board of Trustee Barry P. Goldberg was recently featured in the Association’s Valley Lawyer magazine.  In the August issue, which is out in print now, Barry shares how he has melded a lifelong love of music with his busy legal practice. Active in two of the most successful ‘legal’ music groups in the country, Barry shares some thoughts two of his passions and how each has impacted the other.

To read the full article, please click here.


Can You Reverse an Uninsured Motorist Arbitration Award?

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.…


How Do I Find the Right Personal Injury Attorney?

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:

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Does an Award of “Restitution” Affect my Personal Injury Settlement?

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…


Pokémon Go and Car Accidents

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: