Is Lane-Splitting Legal in California?
Posted on October 29, 2019 in Uncategorized
If you are a motorcyclist in California, you probably do everything you can to stay safe and legal on the highways. This includes following all of the California traffic laws and regulations regarding motorcycle use. One motorcycle practice that many people may not know is legal in California is lane-splitting. Whether you are a motorcyclist… read more
How to Choose the Right Personal Injury Lawyer
Posted on October 15, 2019 in Uncategorized
If you or someone you love has been injured due to the careless or negligent actions of someone else, you may end up needing a personal injury lawyer. Personal injury lawyers are there to represent you when you file a lawsuit against the negligent party to recover compensation for your losses. It is important to… read more
What Happens if You Get in an Accident Without a License in California?
Posted on September 25, 2019 in Uncategorized
You must have a valid driver’s license to operate a vehicle in California. If a person makes the choice to drive without a license or while their license is suspended, they could get into serious legal trouble if stopped by a law enforcement officer. Driving without a license can be prosecuted as both a non-criminal… read more
Is California a No-Fault State?
Posted on September 12, 2019 in Uncategorized
When you get into a car accident in California, it is important to know how you will receive compensation for your damages and injuries. Many people may wonder if California is a no-fault insurance state. California is not a no-fault state for auto insurance. California operates as a “fault state” when it comes to car… read more
Walkup Partner and President of SF Bar Association Doris Cheng Lays Out “Universal Principles” For Courtroom Success
Posted on August 10, 2019 in Uncategorized
Law360, San Francisco (August 8, 2019, 6:32 PM EDT) — Three longtime trial lawyers offered up their thoughts on how attorneys can be persuasive in the courtroom and win cases, whether they’re advocating on behalf of the plaintiff or defense, at the American Bar Association’s Annual Meeting on Thursday. Morrison & Foerster LLP senior of… read more
7 Questions to Ask When Interviewing an Injury Attorney
Posted on May 2, 2018 in Personal Injury,Uncategorized
Having a San Francisco personal injury attorney on your side makes it much more likely that you will secure the compensation you deserve after an injury. Having a great attorney on your side means you can have the peace of mind that comes from knowing your case will achieve the best outcome possible for your… read more
Can Drunk Bicyclist get a DUI?
Posted on October 9, 2017 in Bike Accidents,Uncategorized
After a few drinks it might sound like a nice idea to beat the uprising Uber fares and get some fresh air – why not bike home? How dangerous could it be? After all, a bicycle is not motorized. The answer: it can be very dangerous, even illegal in some states. The definition of a… read more
CAOC 2017 Award Finalists Consumer Attorney Winner
Posted on August 25, 2017 in Uncategorized
SACRAMENTO (Aug. 24, 2017) – Consumer Attorneys of California president Greg Bentley today announced this year’s finalists for the organization’s two major member awards, Consumer Attorney of the Year. The winners will be revealed at CAOC’s Annual Installation and Awards Dinner Nov. 18, 2017 to be held in conjunction with CAOC’s 56th Annual Convention at… read more
Johnson & Johnson Hit with Massive $417M Verdict
Posted on August 23, 2017 in Product Liability,Uncategorized
California Talcum Powder Cancer Trial A Los Angeles jury issued Johnson & Johnson with a $417M verdict for failure to warn about the increased risk of ovarian cancer due to regular use of its talcum powder products. This was the first trial in California that explored the link between Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder products… read more
Uber Takes Another Hit- Consumer Privacy Violations
Posted on August 23, 2017 in Uncategorized
Ridesharing company Uber is making headlines again, this time bringing into question the privacy of their customers and their employees. Last week, Uber agreed to settle with the Federal Trade Commission for failing to protect consumers’ sensitive data and privacy. Although they are not required to pay a settlement, they are required to hire a… read more