March 24, 2017

Ellis Law Corporation

Motorcycle Injuries

Protecting Yourself Before a Motorcycle Accident

Even the most experienced motorcycle riders need to take extra precautions to protect themselves against serious accidents. California has one of the nation’s largest populations of motorcyclists who face real dangers every time they hit the road. All it takes is just one motorist who is eating, chatting on their cell phone or texting behind…

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March 16, 2017

Ellis Law Corporation

Personal Injury

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Thanks to the efforts of the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA), March is once again being widely recognized as Brain Injury Awareness Month. With an overarching campaign theme of “Not Alone,” the advocacy organization and those who support it will seek to increase awareness and conduct outreach related to the millions of individuals affected…

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March 13, 2017

Ellis Law Corporation

Auto Accident

A Checklist: What to Do If You Have A Car Accident

After any type of auto accident – with another vehicle, a pedestrian or a stationary object — California law mandates that you must stop and exchange information with the involved parties. Never leave the accident scene until after authorities have been alerted and the injured attended to. If you drive away, you may face criminal…

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March 9, 2017

Ellis Law Corporation

Auto Accident

A Guide To Animal Related Car Accidents in California

Wildlife-vehicle collisions cause over 200 human fatalities and 29,000 human injuries, and cause over a billion dollars in property damage, in America each year. This is just one type of animal related car accident motorists have to worry about in California. You must also be on the lookout for runaway pets and roaming livestock in…

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March 2, 2017

Ellis Law Corporation

Personal Injury

How Personal Injury Lawyers Evaluate Paralysis Cases

Catastrophic injury cases, such as those that involve permanent paralysis, can be particularly complex. This is partially because the true extent of the medical problems might not be immediately apparent, as patients who suffer from paralysis are at a much higher risk of developing secondary complications. Lawyers must also deal with the matter of assessing…

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