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How Do Obviously Unsafe Conditions Factor Into A Premises Liability Case?

Many factors come into play when trying or settling a premises liability case. Whether the hazard or dangerous conditions were obvious is certainly a factor. If you suffered a serious injury and believe you have a premises liability case, consult San Mateo attorneys who can evaluate the prospects of pursuing legal action. California Civil Jury… Read More »

What Should You Know About Uninsured And Underinsured Motorists Coverage?

When car accidents in San Mateo involve uninsured or underinsured motorists, these accident cases work differently than cases in which the insurance company holds an another driver liable. Auto liability insurance covers the damages to another motorist’s car, but not your bodily injury damages or car damages when involved in an auto accident. If everyone… Read More »

What Are The Most Dangerous Situations For Motorcyclists?

When you suffer serious injury in a San Mateo motorcycle accident, and the accident is caused by another motorist, you are generally able to seek compensation. The most comprehensive motorcycle crash study ever done was requested by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and is called the Hurt Study (done in the 1981). Many of… Read More »

What California Laws Help Prevent Underride Accidents?

One of the worst accidents a driver can experience is an underride accident. Anyone involved in an underride accident is lucky to survive — because many people do not. Burlingame truck accident attorneys can work with underride accident victims and their loved ones to help recover the compensation to which they may be entitled. An… Read More »


A federal judge in Virginia recently ruled that hitting the Facebook “like” button does not amount to protected free speech. Plaintiffs were employees of a sheriff running for re-election. After winning, the sheriff chose to fire some employees who had “liked” his opponent’s Facebook page during the campaign. The judge opined that there was no… Read More »

A Very Non-Legal Reading List

In December 2003, my wife, Dorey, and I took our first trip to England and Wales.  While there, we watched a BBC television program, The Big Read.  The producers had surveyed UK readers, and came up with a list of the UK’s 200 Most Beloved Fictional Books. See http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/bigread/ On the plane ride home from… Read More »

San Francisco Small Business Week ADA Presentation – May 2013

On May 15, 2013, one of our partners, Monica Castillo, made a presentation in San Francisco, for the City’s Small Business Week, regarding ADA Compliance for Small Businesses. Ms. Castillo’s presentation included an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), including the “readily achievable” standard by which a property owner must eliminate access barriers… Read More »