JLF Firm Articles and News

Can You Sue for a Dog Bite in California?

Being bitten by an animal can be a truly harrowing experience, and it may result in damages that, if left unpaid, might require a lawsuit to recover for damages. According to The Tribune of San Luis Obispo, California is the #1 state in the nation for dog bite injuries, according to data provided by State…

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Is car technology leading to more distracted driving?

Many modern cars now have what is essentially a smartphone built into the dashboard. While smartphones have brought computers, internet access, texting, and social media into a convenient handheld device, that device has become an increasingly common distraction. Driving a vehicle that weighs many tons at sixty miles per hour is an inherently dangerous activity,…

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Do Bicycle Helmets Prevent Head Injuries?

In recent years, there’s been a lot of media attention on chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) and head trauma in athletics, and for very good reason. Repeated head trauma can lead to debilitating, life-altering, and potentially life-ending consequences. Far too often, people suffer for months or years due to the effects of traumatic brain injuries. According to the Centers…

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What Is Premises Liability?

Even if no active driver or negligent party led to your serious injury, certain parties can still be deemed liable for accidents and injuries through premises liability principles. This term refers to the body of law that makes landowners and occupiers responsible for any injuries or damages that occur on their property. The property owner…

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The JLF Firm Now Offering Workplace Injury Representation

The JLF Firm expands services to include workplace injuries and workers compensation claims to help those injured in workplace accidents. The firm serves clients in Southern California and has offices in Downey, El Monte, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Pomona, CA. Jeff Fayngor, Esq. founded the JFL Firm aiming to fight for the rights of those…

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Who Is At Fault In A T-Bone Car Accident?

T-bone (or side-impact) collisions occur when the front of another vehicle crashes into the side of your own (or vice versa), forming a “T” shape between both vehicles. Even though modern automobiles are designed with more safety features in mind than ever before, T-bone collisions still present immense potential to cause severe injuries to many…

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