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Category Archives: Personal Injury


Lancaster Car Crash that Kills Man and Injures Young Boy Underscores Options for Lancaster Families Under California Civil Laws

By Trevino Law Firm |

A horrific car accident earlier this year serves as an important reminder of the options that Lancaster families have under California civil laws when a loved one is lost due to the negligent or intentional conduct of another person or party. According to local news reports, a driver that was believed to be under… Read More »

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What Is the Difference Between General and Special Damages in a California Personal Injury Case?

By Trevino Law Firm |

A personal injury lawsuit allows you to seek monetary compensation known as damages from a party whose negligence has hurt you in some way. In California, a successful personal injury claimant is entitled to the full measure of their compensatory damages. These damages are broken down into two categories: general and special damages. What… Read More »

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How Long Do You Have to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit If the Defendant Dies?

By Trevino Law Firm |

California law normally imposes a two-year statute of limitations on personal injury claims. For example, say you were injured in a car accident that took place on May 1, 2022. Under the statute of limitations, your deadline to sue the negligent driver would be May 1, 2024. If you file your lawsuit even one… Read More »

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How a Defendant’s Bankruptcy Can Affect Your California Personal Injury Claim

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Let’s say that you were injured in a car accident. You know the other driver was at-fault, so you file a personal injury lawsuit against them, seeking compensation for your losses. What happens if the defendant–the driver you sued–then files for bankruptcy? Bankruptcy raises a number of legal complications with respect to personal injury… Read More »

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