San Diego Injury Accident Lawyer Blog
People who haven’t encountered tragedy before are often unprepared for its aftermath, and the weighty decisions that will be forced upon them. When a family has unexpectedly lost a loved one, they are stricken with shock, and then disbelief. These feelings are followed by grief, and the quest for answers.
What many don’t anticipate is the legal and financial decisions they will face. Read the rest »
The life of a young San Marcos man was tragically lost this past weekend when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a pickup truck. The accident occurred at the 4600 block of Carlsbad Boulevard, and is still under investigation. The rider was only 19 years old and had his whole life ahead of him. Our hearts go out to his friends and family. Read the rest »
We don’t know about you, but October is one of our favorite months of the year, especially here in San Diego. The weather has started to cool off some and there are plenty of festivals and events around the city that residents and visitors alike are able to take advantage of.
Unfortunately, October also sees more than its fair share of accidents, so it’s important for everyone to take precautions. Read the rest »
You see them flying in parks and open areas, and they seem like harmless fun here in Southern California. Drones are the latest fad for engineer-minded folks who like building and flying machines. Until now, they have remained a niche hobby. But all that is poised to change. Drones are about to become a part of our daily lives, whether we are ready for them or not in San Diego. Read the rest »
When Jaws came out in 1975, coastal towns everywhere, including San Diego, were gripped with a mania when it came to the water. People had a newfound fear of sharks thanks to the Stephen Spielberg thriller. Over time, as statistics showed shark phobia was (mostly) unfounded, the public flocked back to the water. But now, with water sports enjoying a resurgence in Southern California, there’s a new threat to swimmer safety that has nothing to do with sharks. Read the rest »
Many people mistakenly believe that by signing a waiver, they’ve given up all of their rights to sue the company that made them sign the waiver. This is not necessarily the case. If you are worried about signing a waiver, you should check with an experienced personal injury attorney beforehand. Read the rest »
While outsiders may not recognize it as such, San Diego is very much a college town. With prominent universities located throughout the city, including University of California San Diego (UCSD), University of San Diego, San Diego State University, and more, San Diegans are well aware that our traffic patterns are in large part determined by school schedules, and that there’s an uptick in congestion when school is in session. Read the rest »
With his diverse background and unique insight into the human condition, Trial Attorney Brian R. Mason has found the perfect niche for his talents at Jurewitz Law Group. Brian did his undergraduate work in sociology before choosing a law career. He graduated from San Diego’s Thomas Jefferson School of Law in December of 2007 and was admitted to the California Bar just two months later. Read the rest »
Most people don’t think about what insurance adjusters do until they get into a car crash. When they do, they learn that the adjuster is the person who’s responsible for evaluating their claim and determining how much compensation, if any, they’re is entitled to.
And while some people may find their adjuster friendly and helpful, the truth is that adjusters owe their allegiance to the insurance company. That means their number one priority is to save money, even if it comes at your expense. Read the rest »
Many people may envy actor George Clooney for his successful career, good looks, and lovely wife. But, just because someone seems to have it all doesn’t mean he’s immune to danger. The Ocean’s Eleven star was recently involved in a serious motor scooter accident in Sardinia, Italy, where he is filming a miniseries based on Joseph Heller’s satirical World War II novel, Catch-22. Read the rest »