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Escola V. Coca-Cola Bottling Company

In 1944 The Supreme Court of California issued a landmark opinion in the case of Escola v. Coca-Cola Bottling Company. The case presented facts and legal questions that remain relevant to personal injury law today. The Case While stocking glass bottles of Coca-Cola in the refrigerator at a restaurant she…

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Personal Injury Claims Against the Government

You may know that personal injury claims are pursued in a lawsuit or negotiated out of court. But it’s a different process for claims against the government. The government can be a party to an accident in many ways:   A traffic accident with a city bus or a car…

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Labor Day Safety Tips

How to Stay Safe over Labor Day Weekend Labor Day is a holiday that honors the American labor movement and the contributions of workers to the well-being of our country. The three-day weekend was first recognized as a federal holiday in 1894 and continues a tradition of celebrations marking the…

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Who Pays for My Hit-and-Run Accident?

Accident victims turn to personal injury lawyers for answers. Most know the party who is responsible for the accident is the one who pays for it. However, hit-and-run drivers leave their victims with total uncertainty. And that’s not right. Sam & Ash, LLP represent these victims because they deserve answers….

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Return of the Hot McDonald’s Coffee Case

History has a habit of repeating itself. It is said that the first occurrence of an event is a tragedy and its second is a farce. But an exception to this rule comes from lawsuits against McDonald’s for hot coffee spills. The media has always publicized these cases as absurd….

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Bret Michaels v. CBS – Head Injury at the Tony Awards

Accident on Broadway’s Biggest Night Bret Michaels is the lead vocalist of 80s glam metal band Poison and was the host of the VH1’s “Rock of Love with Bret Michaels.” Michaels rode his comeback wave all the way to the 2009 CBS Tony Awards, when he joined a live rendition…

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The Sun Glare “Defense”

Imagine being in a car accident in the late afternoon. The other driver gets out of their car and says “I had sun glare for only a second and I didn’t see you!” The other driver may have been blinded, but now you’re hurt and without a car. Does sun…

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National Impaired Driving Prevention Month

December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month. While celebrating during the holidays, it’s easy to forget about the risks of car accidents. That is why we seek to raise awareness during this time of year of the serious consequences of impaired driving. An accident-free holiday is possible. It begins by…

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Can Telemedicine Help My Personal Injury Case?

The coronavirus pandemic has interrupted our normal lives. Social distancing orders and fear of contracting COVID-19 may keep you from going to the hospital or your doctor’s office. If you were injured in an accident, “normal” is not something you feel anymore. But you still deserve a full recovery, so…

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Thanksgiving Safety

Thanksgiving reminds us of the gratitude we feel for our friends and family. According to AAA, 49.3 million Americans will typically drive long distances to see their loved ones. This year, you may not be driving as far, but the risks of the road are still present. Unfortunately, drunk driving…

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