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What are the basics of wrongful death claims in California?

Losing a loved one can be extremely difficult, especially when it occurs as the result of someone else's negligence. California law does enable you to seek damages for your losses through pursuing a wrongful death claim. When doing so, you should be familiar with when and how to go about filing the lawsuit.

Identifying unsafe motorcycle helmets in California

Anyone on a motorcycle in California is required to wear a helmet. According to the law, every driver and passenger must wear a helmet that meets certain federal standards for safety. Further, no one is permitted to sell motorcycle helmets that are not up to standards.

Dog bites can be a premises liability issue in California

Premises liability lawsuits are often thought of in regards to someone getting injured on someone else's property due to a dangerous or hazardous condition. However, there are some situations in Orange County in which a dog presents that dangerous condition.

How to help a loved one who has had a traumatic brain injury

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 138 people in California and across the country die every day due to injuries that includes a traumatic brain injury. Hundreds of thousands more people are diagnosed with the condition every year. At Callahan & Blaine, we know how difficult it can be to watch your loved one experience a TBI and the resulting symptoms. Here are a few things you can do to help.

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