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  • What Is the 51% Comparative Fault Rule in California?
    What Is the 51% Comparative Fault Rule in California?

    If you have been injured in an accident and found to be partially at-fault, you may still be able to file a claim. In California, the 51% comparative fault rule allows a person who is responsible for ...

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  • Is California a Fault or No-Fault Car Insurance State?
    Is California a Fault or No-Fault Car Insurance State?

    In the United States, we have what is called fault insurance states and no-fault insurance states. If you’re not a native of California and you moved from a no-fault insurance state, such as Oregon, ...

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  • Factors That Determine Auto Insurance Rates
    Factors That Determine Auto Insurance Rates

    If you’re like most people, you’re well aware that if you are convicted of driving under the influence (DUI), or if you get a speeding ticket, it is almost guaranteed that it will impact your auto ...

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  • Preserving Evidence in a Personal Injury Case
    Preserving Evidence in a Personal Injury Case

    As in any lawsuit, the evidence is essential, and personal injury claims are no different. If you were injured in a car accident , a slip and fall accident , a truck accident, a bicycle accident , or ...

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  • Does Car Insurance Follow the Driver?
    Does Car Insurance Follow the Driver?

    If you’re like most drivers in California, at some point in time you have wondered if you loaned your car to a friend or family member, and they caused an accident if your auto insurance would cover ...

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  • Compensation in Multi-Vehicle Auto Accidents
    Compensation in Multi-Vehicle Auto Accidents

    When At-Fault Insurance Is Not Enough If you are in a multiple vehicle accident , there is a chance that the person who caused it will not have enough insurance to cover everyone’s damages and ...

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