What is a Personal Injury Case?

What is a Personal Injury Case?

Personal injury cases are governed by the law of torts. This allows an injured person to go to civil court to obtain a legal remedy for their damages. The purpose of tort law is to allow a person with injuries to receive financial compensation for the damages they...
What is Premises Liability?

What is Premises Liability?

The term “premises liability” refers to the liability of persons or entities for injuries and damages to others arising from the ownership or possession of real property. In California, premises liability is based on general principles of negligence and is controlled...
Can You Be Liable When You Lend Someone Your Car?

Can You Be Liable When You Lend Someone Your Car?

Under the common law “negligent entrustment” theory, one who “entrusts” a car to another who is known, or from the circumstances should be known, to be incompetent or unfit to drive may be liable for injuries inflicted by the driver that were proximately caused by the...