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What Happens if I Was in an Accident with an Out-of-State Driver?

There are additional considerations with an accident case involving an out-of-state driver. Do California insurance laws apply to these claims, or is the other driver subject to the laws of his or her state? What happens if the other driver does not have…

Common Misconceptions About Filing Car Accident Claims

The average person tends to have misconceptions about the legal process of filing a car accident claim. Unfortunately, this misinformation can cause accident victims to make decisions that may hurt their claim or their credibility. Below, learn more…

Arnold Law Firm Representing Consumer Affected by Salesforce, Hanna Andersson Data Breach

Arnold Law Firm attorneys M. Anderson Berry and Leslie Guillon are representing Bernadette Barnes in a new lawsuit against Salesforce.com Inc. and children's clothing company Hanna Andersson. The lawsuit concerns a data breach at both companies between…

The UPS Store Data Breach Includes Government-Issued Identification and Financials

URGENT: If you sent an email to The UPS Store between September 19, 2019 and January 13, 2020, contact the Arnold Law Firm to speak with an attorney at (916) 777-7777. On January 20, 2020, The UPS Store, a San Diego-based subsidiary of United Parcel Service…

How Is Future Lost Income Assessed in a Personal Injury Claim?

If you were injured because of someone else’s negligence, you may be able to pursue compensation for damages you suffered, including past, current and future expenses. Your lost income may be a significant portion of your damage claim, but it can be difficult…

Data Breaches Sour Holiday Shopping: Check Your Credit Card Statements

As thousands of consumers are discovering this month, the 2019 holiday season resulted in data breaches with several popular retailers that process purchases through Salesforce Commerce Cloud or Magneto Marketplace -- both leading ecommerce platforms. These…

Do I Have the Right-of-Way When Backing Out of a Parking Space in California?

Busy parking lots that are full of pedestrians and traffic in every direction are a hot spot for car accidents. When a parking lot accident does occur, who is at fault? The answer is usually based on who had the right-of-way. Below, learn more about…

Who Else Besides the Driver May Be Covered by a Car Insurance Policy?

Car insurance is not just for the driver of the vehicle. These policies can cover others too, such as the driver’s spouse or people who live with him or her.  If you were a passenger in a car accident, determining the insurance coverage that may apply…

Can I File a Claim If I Was Hurt in a Crash and Not Wearing a Seat Belt?

If you were hurt in a car accident while not wearing a seat belt, you may assume that you cannot file an insurance claim or lawsuit against the person who caused the accident. However, in the state of California, there are laws that allow injury victims…

Do Car Insurance Policies Cover Passengers Involved in a Crash?

If you are injured as a passenger in someone else’s vehicle, which insurance policy will cover your damages? The answer to this question depends on the circumstances involved in your accident. The experienced auto accident lawyers in Sacramento at the…

Why Do Attorneys Wait Until Treatment Ends to Settle a Car Accident Claim?

You may receive a settlement offer from the car insurance company soon after your accident. While it may be tempting to accept the offer rather than waiting, an early settlement may not be in your best interest. Before accepting a settlement from an…

Determining Fault for an Electric Scooter Accident

As electric scooters (e-scooters) have become more popular, related injuries have become more common. According to a Consumer Reports investigation, there were more than 1,500 e-scooter injuries across the country between the end of 2017 and beginning…