How to Prove Loss of Wages for Personal Injury When Self-Employed
Posted on February 28, 2018 in Personal Injury
One of the most serious losses you incur after a catastrophic personal injury is the loss of income due to missed time working. That income goes to pay mortgage or lease payments, utility bills, car payments, and the ordinary expenses of daily life. Proving how much those wages would be when you are employed by… read more
What Are Subrogation Claims?
Posted on February 26, 2018 in Personal Injury
Subrogation claims are generally made by your health insurance provider after you receive a settlement or judgment in your personal injury claim. If your health insurance provider paid your medical expenses prior to your settlement, they may be allowed to receive a portion of the settlement you received to cover their expenses paid out for… read more
What Is Prop 213?
Posted on February 22, 2018 in Car Accidents
Prop 213 is a California state law that went into effect on November 6, 1996. This law primarily restricts uninsured drivers from collecting non-economic damages resulting from a car accident, even if the accident was not their fault. This law has been challenged numerous times but has not been overturned at this point. While the… read more