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Category Archives: Personal Injury

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Statute of Limitations for Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress

California personal injury laws are based upon the principle that a victim should be entitled to compensation when someone else’s negligent acts lead to an injury-causing accident. These cases generally involve negligence, mistakes, or carelessness. Common examples include car accidents, slip-and-fall, or trip-and-fall injuries. In cases where the action by a wrongdoer is intentional or …

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Are You Liable If Someone Trespasses on Your Property and Gets Hurt?

If someone trespasses on my property and gets hurt, am I liable? As a property owner, California premises liability law requires that you maintain a safe environment on your premises to prevent injury to invitees. But, what is your obligation to a trespasser or someone who you have not invited directly or implicitly to your …