Many Accidents Can Cause Herniated Discs at C4/C5 or C5/C6. Here’s What You Need to Know.

A herniated disc can be a life-altering injury, causing chronic pain and a limited range of motion. It may even require invasive surgery to repair. Even if you don’t need surgery, ongoing medical care and rehabilitation can impact your quality of life. Motor vehicle accidents,… read more

Tattoo Infections: What You Need to Know

Tattoos have moved from “taboo” to almost traditional, and in San Diego, it’s hard to find an adult in their 20s or 30s who doesn’t have at least a little ink.  But did you know that at least 23% of Americans regret getting their tattoos?… read more

9 Things You Should Know About a Free Personal Injury Lawyer Consultation

Most injury lawyers offer a free consultation to prospective clients. This allows you to discuss your case with injury lawyers without any obligation to hire them. If you use your free consultations efficiently and effectively, they can provide important information to you about your case… read more

How Much Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Cost in San Diego?

Naturally, your lawyer will charge for your case. But lawyers vary in the amount and timing of charges. Most injury lawyers bill a contingency fee. California has laws that govern how lawyers should handle contingency fees. The State Bar of California also has rules that… read more

Valsartan Lawsuit

A Valsartan lawsuit is a legal claim for damages filed by consumers who developed cancer after taking the medication.  Valsartan is a popular blood pressure medication. Doctors prescribe Valsartan to treat hypertension and congestive heart failure. Valsartan lawsuits filed by individuals allege that the drug… read more

What Exactly Can a Process Server Do to Serve Papers?

If a lawsuit is filed in San Diego, the court may use a process server to hand deliver notices to all parties involved. The process server’s job is to make sure all parties are notified of pending court actions in a timely manner.  There are… read more

4 Reasons Why a Personal Injury Lawyer in San Diego Will Not Take Your Case

You might think you have an airtight injury claim, but there’s still a chance you might have trouble finding a lawyer to take your case. Lawyers turn down cases for many reasons. Most of these reasons have nothing to do with the merits of your… read more

What is the Difference Between Lawyer and Attorney?

Many people use the terms “lawyer” and “attorney” interchangeably. This is a common mistake. In reality, not all lawyers are attorneys. Someone qualifies as a lawyer if they have earned a law degree or Juris Doctor degree. This does not make them an attorney. To… read more

What Types of Lawyers Are the Highest Paid?

Lawyers have a reputation for receiving high pay. The average lawyer makes about $145,000 per year. According to the definitions used by the Brookings Institution and the Pew Research Center, this puts the average lawyer in the middle class. But lawyer pay varies widely. A… read more

What Should I Wear to a San Diego Court?

If you are scheduled for a court date in San Diego, CA, it is important to understand how to dress appropriately. Most people are not aware that California courtrooms maintain certain basic dress codes. Also, certain judges may have adopted unique standards of dress for… read more