New Legal Guide: How to Enter a Default Judgement in California

Head on over the the resources page to check out a new legal guide – How to Enter a Default Judgment in California Personal Injury/Wrongful Death Cases. If you have any question, feel free to contact Auto Accident Lawyer Noah Schwinghamer.

Federal Government Shut Down Looming

Federal Government Shut Down Looming The Federal Government is on the verge of shutting down unless congress can agree on a budget. How will this affect lawyers who practice in Federal Court?  The United States Court Website has put out the following web page entitled “What Happens to Courts if the Federal Government Closes?” If […]

Whiplash Injuries – Medical Terminology

New Resource: Whiplash Injuries – Medical Terminology Individuals who suffer whiplash injuries are often confronted with loads of new medical terms.  I have put together a page with some common medical terms and definitions associated with whiplash injuries. Check it out here.

Happy Birthday, George Washington!

In honor of George Washington’s birthday, I have added a new page listing all of the court holidays for Sacramento Superior Court in 2011. What an honor! Sacramento Superior Court Holidays for 2011.

New Legal Guide: Motions to Compel in California

I have created a free guide on how to file a motion to compel discovery in California.  The guide includes information on compelling interrogatories, document requests, and requests for admission, as well as listing the applicable statutory authority. Check out my Legal Guide – Motions to Compel in Sacramento California.

California 2010 Election Results and Proposition Results

Not all districts have completed reporting, but as of this post, here are the election results and proposition results for California’s November 2, 2010 election: Election Results Governor:  Jerry Brown (D) 53.8% ||  Meg Whitman (R) (41.2%) Lieutenant Governor: Gavin Newsom (D) 50.2% ||  Abdel Maldonado (R) 39.4% Attorney General:  Kamala D. Harris (D) 46.1% […]

Alert: California Courts Raise Lawsuit Filing Fees

On October 19, 2010 Arnold Schwarzenegger signed California’s Budget Act of 2010. Part of this act included provisions raising lawsuit filing fees.

California Motorcycle Law: Splitting Lanes

What is Lane Splitting? “Lane splitting” is a maneuver that motorcycles can perform where they drive forward in the space between two other vehicles.  Lane splitting is usually done in traffic.  While cars are stopped for traffic, the motorcycle continues to move forward between the stopped cars. Is Lane Splitting Legal in California? In many […]

Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle Accidents As a personal injury lawyer, one of the areas of law that I practice is motorcycle accident law. This page gives an overview of some of the legal issues that individuals injured in motorcycle accidents may encounter. Who is At Fault in Motor Cycle Accidents? Motorcycle accident law follows essentially the same rules […]

Video: A World Without Lawyers

Video: A World Without Lawyer Please take a look at the following video prepared by the Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC).    The CAOC, of which I am a proud member, is an organization of more than 3,000 attorneys who represent consumers and help them seek responsibility from wrongdoers. CAOC works to dispel urban myths about […]

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