Car Accidents Caused by Texting & Driving

Distracted driving is the act of driving while performing some other activity that takes your attention away from driving. As you would expect, distracted driving increases the chances of a motor vehicle accident in San Fernando Valley. How Many People Are Affected by Distracted Driving Accidents? According to a 2013 survey by the AAA Foundation…


Should You Rely on Your Insurance Agent or Read Your Insurance Policy?

As part of his regular practice, Woodland Hills personal injury lawyer Barry P. Goldberg reads insurance policies every day and will take on an insurance company when it wrongfully denies coverage. But, what is the average consumer to do? Most insurance policies are impossible to read or interpret unless you are an insurance coverage lawyer or enjoy reading arcane language…

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Public Entity Liability for Dangerous Conditions on Public Property

Woodland Hills personal injury attorney, Barry P. Goldberg, is cautious about suing public entities because liability is statutory and can be difficult establish. However, in the right case, with the right experts, an aggressive personal injury attorney should not shy away from pursuing a worthy case merely because of these difficulties. Because the overwhelming number of…


Employer Liability for Car Accidents

You just got in a car accident and the driver of the other automobile (who was at fault) was driving a company car or in his own vehicle but on the clock at work. Who’s liable for your damages: the other driver and/or his employer? Vicarious Liability for Employee Negligence California law clearly states that…

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Do You Know About the Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations in California?

Woodland Hills personal injury attorney, Barry P. Goldberg, is called regularly about every kind of medical malpractice imaginable. Some of the first questions asked in those calls concern whether the potential claim is timely or possibly barred by the statute of limitations. The essential inquiry is when did the plaintiff suspect the doctor was negligent, not when did he or…