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Sally Morin Law’s Personal Injury Blog – Useful Tips and Informative Blog Posts about PERSONAL INJURY

Sally Morin Law’s Blog – Useful Tips and Informative Blog Posts about PERSONAL INJURY

Personal injury law is about ensuring that those who have been hurt by the negligence of another person, and through no fault of their own, are made whole through the payment of damages that cover things such as medical expenses, pain and suffering, loss of current and future work, and emotional and psychological stress. Specifically, this section of the blog deals with personal injury law as it relates to working with California Personal Injury Law Firms

Often, an injury does more than rack up medical bills. It prevents a person from doing the things that they love. It causes them to miss time from work. It may even prevent them from working in the future. The recovery period can even put stress on a marriage and cause emotional conflict in an otherwise happy family life. When each of these are caused by someone else’s negligence, the injured party is entitled to restoration for both the economic and non-economic damages that have occurred.

Here you will find articles on the various different kinds of personal injury law that Sally Morin Law litigates. You will also find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions that clients have for trial attorneys that litigate injury law. In addition you will find helpful information on what you should and should not do if you plan on filing a suit against another party, what the process is like, and how California law determines the guilt or innocence of a defendant in a personal injury case.

What is Traumatic Brain Injury?

What is Traumatic Brain Injury? Thank you for checking out Sally Morin Law’s blog. Our goal here is to provide badly needed information – like answering “What is traumatic brain injury?” – for people who have suffered serious injuries in traffic accidents. We seek to help those folks navigate the complicated personal injury process. Hopefully […]

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