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Can You Sue Someone for Assault?

The short answer is yes, but there are certain considerations that can complicate the situation. First, the general rule is that one person is liable for injuries to another if the injuries are a direct result of careless, reckless, or deliberate behavior. An assailant acts deliberately to injure another person and can be found guilty […]

Can You Sue a Restaurant for Food Poisoning?

Restaurants have a duty to act with reasonable care to prevent injury to their patrons. This duty includes taking responsible steps to ensure their food is safe to consume. If a patron suffers food poisoning at a restaurant, he may have grounds for a lawsuit against the establishment itself and other actors in the restaurant’s […]

Can You Sue a Nursing Home for Neglect?

If you have an elder loved one in a nursing home, their health and security is your utmost concern. Regulations can only do so much to ensure quality care, because inspections are few and far between, and enforcement often comes only after nursing home residents have been subjected to abuse or neglect. Fortunately, residents of […]

Do You Need a Lawyer if You Were in a Car Accident?

There is no law that says you need to hire an attorney to file an accident claim when you’ve been in a car crash. However, when the insurance companies who pay out claims don’t want you to hire a lawyer, you have to wonder why. In 1995, Allstate, the nation’s largest publicly held insurer, issued […]

Can You Sue Uber for an Accident?

Ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft have become very popular among consumers who want a quick, effortless trip from Point A to Point B. Unfortunately, anyone who enters motor vehicle traffic, whether a driver or passenger, has to anticipate that accidents will happen. So, when an accident happens with an Uber car, how does […]

What Happens if You Get Hurt at the Company Softball Game?

If you have suffered an injury at a company event, such as a softball game, you might wonder whether you have a right to collect workers’ compensation benefits or whether you have to rely on your personal health insurance and forego any wage replacement. The key is whether a court could find that your injury […]

Can You Sue a Drunk Driver for Injuries from an Accident?

If you are injured in an auto accident caused by a drunk driver, you have every right to sue for damages. However, there are issues related to suing a drunk driver that may make collecting damages more difficult. In most cases, it will be easier for you to obtain a court judgment, because driving drunk […]

Can You Sue the City for an Injury at Oxnard Beach Park?

As with most legal questions, the answer to this one is a resounding maybe. The mere fact that you were injured on public property does not mean the government entity that owns the property is responsible for the harm you suffered. But government “landlords” are also subject to premises liability law, which imposes a duty […]

Can You Sue the City for Injuries at the Oxnard Transit Center?

The Oxnard Transit Center (OTC) has been the major transit hub in town since it opened in 1986. Occupying more than five acres, the OTC grounds include parking facilities, partially enclosed outdoor waiting areas, an indoor waiting area, concessions, public telephones and restrooms, and bus and rail loading facilities for various public and private transit […]

The Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act (LHWCA)

The Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act (LHWCA) is a federal law allowing certain types of maritime employees to file claims against their employers to receive benefits for work-related injuries and illnesses. The LHWCA covers land-based maritime workers and specifically excludes seamen, who qualify for benefits under the Jones Act instead. Who qualifies for LHWCA […]


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