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Getting injured in an accident – no matter what that accident might be – can devastate you and your family physically, emotionally, and financially. It is true that you can obtain compensation to pay for your medical expenses, lost wages and other damages with the help of a Los Angeles personal injury attorney, but what […]
The process of speaking to your doctor about your injury after an accident may seem pretty straightforward… And yet thousands of people in Los Angeles and all across California make terrible mistakes that end up discrediting their personal injury claim. Our Los Angeles personal injury attorney at the Law Offices of Howard Craig Kornberg warns: […]
Whether you want it or not, the city – in our case, Los Angeles – owns tons of buildings and property. Not to mention that public places are also technically owned by the city. This begs the question: can you file a personal injury claim against Los Angeles? And if you do, what are the […]
After a former UCLA student was stabbed in a university lab in 2009, an appeals court ruled that universities and colleges could not be held liable for failure to keep students safe on campus, as they had no duty to do so. However, the case was recently revived in the California Supreme Court, where that […]
Barely open one full week, the bridge built to connect Sweetwater to Florida International University collapsed in tragic fashion, killing numerous persons in vehicles while injuring countless others. An estimated $14.2 million went into the construction of this bridge, and while contractors are pointing fingers at each other, attorneys are preparing their case files to […]
Los Angeles closed several miles of streets to motor vehicles on Sunday, December 10. And while the number of car accidents in the city, where over 150 car crashes normally take place every day, was low, it didn’t make the city any less dangerous. LA closed down parts of the city for the celebration of […]