Month: January 2015

3 Legal Resources in San Diego for Your Insurance Problems

Whether you’re dealing with insurance problems regarding your home, health, automobile or other coverage, it can be stressful when you don’t know where to turn for help. The good news is that San Diego has several legal resources serving insurance consumers who are facing issues with claims, cancellations, and related challenges. To help you get started, here are three legal resources in San Diego County: Read More

Condemnation: What It Means for Property Owners

If you receive a letter from a government agency advising you that they need your property for a public project, it means that the agency plans to construct a public project on your property and is going to offer to purchase it. It is known as condemnation, but it does not mean that your property is unsafe or of poor quality. The government has the right, under eminent domain, to assume the ownership of property where and when it deems necessary for public use. Read More

What is the statute of limitations for personal injury cases in California?

Statute of Limitations Calendar – Personal Injury California
Make sure you have enough time to file a personal injury lawsuit in California.

The State of California determines its own statute of limitations for personal injury cases, which means that in California a lawsuit must be filed before the statute expires. Read More