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Can You Sue for an Adverse Reaction to Medication?

Most medications come with side effects. When these side effects are communicated and known, you can make an informed decision about using the medication. But if you use a drug and suffer an adverse reaction that was not properly communicated, you may be in critical need of care.  Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) occur often, and... Read More

Can You Sue for an Adverse Reaction to Medication?

Most medications come with side effects. When these side effects are communicated and known, you can make an informed decision about using the medication. But if you use a drug and suffer an adverse reaction that was not properly communicated, you may be able to sue for damages. A Riverside County personal injury lawyer can... Read More

Types of Evidence to Gather After a Car Accident

Car accident claims help you recover medical costs, lost wages, property damage, and other forms of losses. California is an at-fault state, so you can recover damages if the other driver caused the crash. A car accident lawyer can help you file a claim demanding full compensation. However, you must prove the other driver’s negligence... Read More

Can I Change My Accident Lawyer?

Firing, replacing, or switching attorneys in a case is never fun, but it happens all the time. In reality, California's change of counsel law allows a client to switch attorneys at any time during the representation. Whether it's a matter of legal ability or communication, choosing the right accident lawyer can be critical to the... Read More

When Do I Need a Lawyer for a Car Accident?

Car accidents are traumatic and have potentially life-changing consequences, depending on their severity. In the event of a car accident, the first thing you should always do is check on the safety of yourself and any passengers you have. Afterward, you should check on the other party. Once the immediate concerns have been attended to,... Read More

Common Causes of Car Accidents in California

Every year, thousands of accidents occur on American highways. Car accidents in California can be caused by a variety of factors, including various forms of driver irresponsibility. If you were injured in a car accident, you will need to determine what caused your collision in order to prove your auto accident lawsuit against the negligent.... Read More

Can I Sue a Nursing Home for Hiring an Abusive Employee?

If you have a loved one or a relative in a nursing home, you’ve probably heard tragic stories of neglect and abuse. Many of the times, the abuse comes from the nursing home caregivers and employees. Staying informed can help you notice the signs if ever your loved ones are being abused. If you have... Read More

Proving a Product Liability Claim

We use different types of products daily. Whether you’re at home, working, at school, at the gym, store, or just taking a drive, there’s bound to be a product you’re relying on to make your life easier. Unfortunately, there are a significant number of products that come with defects and are likely to malfunction whether... Read More

How Defective Drugs Reach Consumers

When you take medication, you expect it to make you feel better, or to maintain your health over time. What you don’t expect is for your medication to make your health worse. Unfortunately, that's a reality for many people in America. They may have received defective drugs that led to dangerous symptoms. That can mean... Read More

I Got a Back Injury from a Car Accident—Can I Sue?

A back injury can leave you hurt and suffering for some time after the accident. But you may be unsure about your options following the accident. Are you eligible to sue, for example? Here’s the good news—you’ve got options to seek out compensation and get the guidance you need for a claim. Here’s how a... Read More