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How Do I Know If I Have A Personal Injury Case in Orange County?

If you or a loved one recently suffered injuries and/or economic losses from a specific event, you may wonder whether you have grounds for a personal injury lawsuit to recover your damages. You should take several steps to determine whether you can file a personal injury claim. Determining the Scope of Your Damages Personal injury […]

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Bike Rules and Laws for Orange County

Orange County residents should know the bicycling laws and regulations in the county to prevent injuries and limit the chance of liability for an accident. That is why the Orange County personal injury lawyers at the DAM firm put this blog together. The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) reports that each year, about 100 […]

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Can Employers Visit You at Home If You Call in Sick?

Many American employees use sick days when they aren’t actually sick, but to what lengths can an employer go to verify that an employee who called in sick is actually sick that day? Ultimately, an employer should take an employee’s statement that he or she is sick at face value; it probably is not worth […]

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Do My Workers’ Compensation Benefits Continue After I Quit My Job?

If you’ve quit your job after a work-related injury, are you entitled to workers’ compensation benefits? Some employers may not believe your claim, especially if you have yet to resume employment elsewhere. Work-related injuries need the expertise of an established law firm to help wade through the workers’ compensation laws, as the laws vary from […]

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Can You Claim Workers’ Compensation for a Bad Desk Setup?

As today’s personal workspace has changed, the hours we spend sitting and standing on the job have increased. Your job may require you to stay at your desk for extended periods. Many people experience prolonged and chronic pain because of the time they spend working in one spot. The pain can cause a person to […]

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5 Driving Tips to Remember in Orange County

Driving in California can be a bit overwhelming – the traffic congestion moves at a snail’s pace, one-way streets often going in the direction you don’t need to go, and sudden name changes on street signs make navigating the area difficult. Different rules exist for different counties. Although heavy traffic in California seems to be […]

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Texting & Driving Laws in Orange County

Negligent distracted drivers took at least 3,450 lives across the U.S. in 2016, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). By now, most states have recognized the seriousness of texting and driving and passed some form of distracted driving law. California is no exception. Although texting and driving is never a good idea, […]

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What Minor Injuries Can You Claim Workers’ Compensation For in Orange County?

Although many work-related injuries are serious, you don’t have to suffer a concussion or permanent spinal cord injury to qualify for California workers’ compensation. The state program extends to all injured workers, regardless of the severity of the injury, if the incident occurred during a job-related task and the employee qualifies for benefits. You can claim […]

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How to Safely Share the Road with Big Rigs

Truck accidents aren’t necessarily more common than typical car accidents, but they are deadlier. When big rigs crash into smaller vehicles, passenger vehicle occupants almost always suffer worse injuries than truck drivers. In 2016, 4,213 fatal traffic accidents in the U.S. involved commercial trucks. Most fatalities were passenger vehicle occupants. Reduce your risk of a […]

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What You Should Do After a Car Accident

Unfortunately, the rate of auto accidents around the U.S. makes getting into an accident probable, not just possible. For most drivers, collisions are a matter of when, not if. Whether you’ve just been in an accident and are looking for advice moving forward or preemptively researching what to do after a car accident, start here. […]

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