September 26, 2016

Orange County Slip and Fall Lawyer Discusses Fall-Related Injury Claims in John Wayne Airport

John Wayne Airport in Orange County constitutes the primary airport serving Orange County and the surrounding areas of Southern California.  The airport saw 4,584,147 people board planes during a recent one-year period, and massive amounts of cargo moved through the airport.  The combination of TSA security screening delays, long lines at check-in counters, and gridlock traffic force many travelers to rush through the airport.  Given that John Wayne Airport is the sole major airport servicing Orange County, millions of people face the risk of suffering an injury in a fall when proper maintenance and clean up precautions are not observed.  The chaos and crowds create the risk of slipping on a puddle of spilled coffee or tripping on construction obstructions in walkways.

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September 19, 2016

Orange County Auto Accident Lawyer Explains When a Sudden Medical Emergency Constitutes a Defense

If a motorist rear-ends your car when you stop at a red light, you might assume that liability is so clear that you do not need to retain an attorney.  However, many people learn that car accident claims which supposedly involve “clear liability” frequently become contentious disputes because insurance companies have extensive litigation resources at their disposal.  When individuals injured in auto accidents attempt to pursue a civil lawsuit without legal representation, they often fail to realize how misguided this strategy is until it is too late.

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September 12, 2016

Orange County Car Accident Lawyers Discuss Unique Challenges in Proving a Drowsy Driver Caused a Car

While many people are aware of the epidemic involving drunk and distracted drivers, fewer motorists are aware of a cause of serious auto accidents that poses a comparable danger.  Sleep-deprived motorists cause approximately 100,000 vehicle collisions reported to police annually according to the National Sleep Foundation.  The organization’s website also estimates that these sleep-deprived crashes cause injury to 71,000 people and 1,550 fatalities each year.

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September 5, 2016

Disruptive Innovation In Transportation Poses New Legal Challenges For Riders And Drivers

Ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft are examples of a “disruptive innovation” that have created a new market in transportation services and displaced an established pattern of how people move from one place to another. 

Passengers hail an Uber or Lyft from their Smart Phone Apps and arrange for a car to pick them up, often at a significantly discounted price compared to taxis and limousines. Since its inception in 2012 Uber has grown tremendously and the company is currently valued at $69B and is dominating the ride-share industry.

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