Thin-Skulled Personal Injury Victim: Legally Defined

In a previous blog post (see Pre-Existing Injuries in a Personal Injury Claim) the ‘thin-skulled’ plaintiff (otherwise known as the ‘egg-shell’ victim) was identified as an individual who, because of a unique medical condition or fragile body,...

Pre-Existing Injuries: Jury Instructions and Case Law

Following a car accident, motorcycle crash, trucking (‘big-rig’) accident or other personal injury, it is of utmost importance for the injury victim to provide to his/her lawyer full disclosure of any and all pre-existing injuries, complaints and issues on...

Asserting the Rescue Doctrine After an Accident

In California, the law provides a certain level of protection (in the form of a cause of action) for an individual who is injured while attempting to save, rescue or assist another individual who was injured in a car accident, trucking crash, or motorcycle collision...

Injury Accident Cause of Action? Negligence

Following a trucking accident, motorcycle accident, or other car accident, the personal injury victim will pursue a claim against the at-fault party for causing his/her injuries. Assuming the at-fault party was not acting intentionally, the victim will pursue his/her...
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