At The Law Firm of R. Sam, we like to provide updated information about personal injury law. Every day, the law is changing, and we must change with it. The information we provide can be characterize as a personal injury post, a personal injury blog, or just personal injury news. Regardless of what it is called, it’s intended to provide the people in Modesto, Stockton, Sacramento, Merced, Fresno, Oakland, and San Jose with knowledge about the laws concerning personal injury. We represent injured victims in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, slip/trip and fall accidents, bicycle accidents, boating or jet ski accidents, amusement park accidents, airline accidents, wrongful death accidents, dog or animal attacks, liquor store liability, restaurant liability, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and burn injuries. We intend to provide a source where injured victims can find information on how to educate themselves about personal injury law. Often, when a person is injured by another person, they have no recourse because they don’t know what to say or do. They don’t know where to start. As opposed to the insurance company, they have countless years of experience and attorneys working on their side. We hope this personal injury post or blog will help injured victims throughout this difficult time. We hope the information we provide can help guide them through the complexities of personal injury law. We do this because we care about injured victims. We are constantly learning about new laws because it helps us fight for our injured clients. Our compassion for injured victims forces us to keep updated on the ever-changing landscape of personal injury law. The more knowledgeable we are, the better we can fight for our client’s rights. We are personal injury attorneys and we want to help you. Our goal is to get you the maximum compensation for your injuries. We guarantee: Nothing Recovered, Nothing Owed. Remember: If you’re injured in traffic jam, call R. Sam.

California Bicycle Road Laws

September 14th, 2019|

There are rules of the road for bicyclists and every rider should know the California Bicycle Road Laws. Not only should bicycle riders know them, but motorist should as well. People ride bicycles for [...]

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Bicyclist – Can I Ride on the Sidewalk?

July 20th, 2019|

At The Law Firm of R. Sam, we have handled countless bicycle accidents where a bicyclist was severely injured by a negligent driver of a motor vehicle. One of the main reasons this type [...]

Diminished Value Claim – A Secret Damage Claim

October 28th, 2018|

After your car has been repaired after an auto accident, there is a little-known claim called a Diminished Value Claim. It’s pretty much a secret claim because no one really demands compensation for it [...]

Excess Medpay – Better To Burn Your Money

October 27th, 2018|

Excess Medpay - Better To Burn Your Money. Whenever you purchase Excess Medpay on your automobile policy, it's probably better to burn your money! To understand Excess Medpay, let's talk about regular Medpay first. [...]

Towing and Storage Fees

May 20th, 2018|

When a car accident occurs, the bills start piling up immediately. Some of the bills that can quickly add up are the towing and storage fees for an inoperable car. A tow truck will [...]

Stockton Car Accident Statistics

April 22nd, 2018|

In 2015, there were 2,271 Stockton car accident incidents which caused an injury or a fatality. This was reported by the California Office of Traffic Safety. The 2015 study was the latest published statistical [...]

Modesto Car Accident Statistics

April 21st, 2018|

The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) conducted a study in Modesto, California, regarding injuries due to car accidents. The Modesto Car Accident Statistics study is designed to help Modesto identify traffic safety problems so that [...]

California’s Dog Bite Law

March 25th, 2018|

According to California's Dog Bite Law, an owner of a dog is held strictly liable when their dog bites someone. “The owner of any dog is liable for the damages suffered by any person [...]

Social Host Alcohol Injury Immunity Laws

May 21st, 2017|

Social host alcohol injury immunity laws: Inviting people for drinks at your house? It’s always fun and nice to have friends or family over for a few cold drinks or some wine, [...]

Loss of Use – The Rarely Known Property Damage Claim

April 9th, 2017|

Loss of Use – The Rarely Known Property Damage Claim In almost every auto accident, one or both of the parties suffer some type of property damage to their vehicles. The at-fault party’s insurance [...]

Recreational Injury Immunity Laws

March 9th, 2017|

Recreational Injury Immunity Laws – Thinking of Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Bike Riding, Sightseeing, Picnicking, or Nature Walks? You Should Know About This Law That May Prevent You From Getting Compensation for Your Injuries! It’s about [...]

Claims Against a Public Entity – Move Fast!

February 19th, 2017|

Injured by a public entity? Move quickly or forever lose your rights to pursue compensation! Normally, if you are injured by another private individual, you have two years from the date of the injury [...]

Third Party Settlement Funds and Workers’ Compensation Lien

February 9th, 2017|

Workers’ Compensation Lien/Third Party Settlement Funds The purpose of this article is to provide answers in regards to a Workers’ Compensation Lien in a Third Party Personal Injury Case. Simply stated, the common facts [...]

Uber and Lyft – The Other Driver Edition (Part 3)

January 7th, 2017|

In Parts 1 and 2, I talked about the law and then discussed how it would affect passengers, respectively. Now, I will try to explain how it would affect the other driver that was in [...]

Uber and Lyft – Passenger Edition (Part 2)

December 30th, 2016|

In Part 1, Uber and Lyft - What You Need to Know, I discussed Assembly Bill 2293's three stages of insurance coverage. In this post, I will attempt to examine Uber and Lyft passenger protection [...]

Uber and Lyft – Know What You Are Getting Into (Part 1)

December 26th, 2016|

I don't know anybody that hasn't used Uber or Lyft, or some other transportation network company. Due to the ever-increasing demand for Uber/Lyft transportation, California enacted a law to provide some measure of Uber and [...]

One Swipe or Tap – Driving with Cellphone Laws

December 20th, 2016|

AB (Assembly Bill) 1785, also known as the "One Swipe or One Tap - That's All You Get!" law attempts to further regulate the use of cell phones while driving. It was signed into law [...]

The Hoverboard Law – Think Twice Before Buying for Your Kid!

December 20th, 2016|

AB 604 was approved by Governor Brown on October 11, 2015. It effectively regulates the use of hoverboards! The hoverboard law requires that all operators of electrically motorized boards (which includes hoverboards, swagways, self-balancing scooters, [...]