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Preventing Dog Bites in Children: 3 Things to Know

Posted in Personal Injury on June 17, 2019

Dog bite injuries are the most common type of personal injuries among children. They occur more frequently than bike accidents and playground injuries; but preventing dog bites in children can be done. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), children are the most common victims of dog bites and are more likely to suffer severe injuries. More than 50% of victims are children and 26% of these children require emergency care. The child is Read More »

Your Traumatic Brain Injury Prevention Guide

Posted in Brain Injuries on June 13, 2019

Traumatic Brain Injury Prevention Tips - Nehora Law Firm

A brain injury is any damage caused to the brain by an external force of impact or penetration, but there are ways to ensure traumatic brain injury prevention for people of all ages. The symptoms of a traumatic brain injury can vary depending on the type of injury. However, some common signs may indicate the possibility of a mild, moderate or severe brain injury. A mild brain injury results in immediate confusion or dizziness. The Read More »

Most Common Causes of Wrongful Death

Posted in Wrongful Death on June 12, 2019

A wrongful death occurs when a person loses their life due to the negligence or carelessness of another person or entity. The law considers negligence as the lack of reasonable care to prevent harm or injury to another person. These are common causes of wrongful death that occur frequently and all across the country. Wrongful death lawsuits are filed by the immediate surviving family members. Each state has its own rules regarding who can claim Read More »

Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment and Rehabilitation

Posted in Brain Injuries on June 10, 2019

Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment - Nehora Law Firm

Injuries to the brain may change things forever, but it's important to know the steps of traumatic brain injury treatment and rehabilitation, and how it can help after an accident. A brain injury is often referred to as the “silent killer” because they are extremely common and yet never discovered until severe symptoms appear. Mild and severe brain injuries may occur due to the negligence or malicious actions of another person. Road accidents, medical malpractice, Read More »


Posted in Consumer Protection on June 7, 2019

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What Is An At Fault Accident & How Can You Avoid It?

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on June 5, 2019

At Fault Accidents and Car Accident Attorneys - Nehora Law Firm

The legal system can be confusing, which makes it difficult if you've ever been injured in an accident. This guide discusses injury law in California, and what an at fault accident consists of. When we are involved in an auto accident, or any accident, our first thought is usually driven by basic survival. We check to see whether we are alright, and whether our passengers are safe, as well. Most of us will then move Read More »

What to Know About Concussions in Sports

Posted in Brain Injuries on June 3, 2019

Number of Concussions in Sports - Nehora Law Firm

Concussions in sports are becoming more and more common, but what are the main causes, and how can we prevent it from happening? A concussion is the most common type of brain injury that affects people all across the country. Falls, accidents, violence, etc. can result in a blow to the head. Increasingly, sports have also become a common cause for concussions. Each year there is an average of 3.8 million sports-related concussions sustained by Read More »

4 Causes of Traumatic Brain Injury

Posted in Brain Injuries on May 31, 2019

Causes of Traumatic Brain Injury - Nehora Law Firm

Head injuries are much more common than you might expect, and there are many different causes of traumatic brain injury that can change your life in an instant. Head injuries are common in almost any situation. The delicate brain, further, is vulnerable to severe damage even in the mildest accidents. When an external force is stuck upon the head, there is a chance for traumatic brain injuries. The soft brain tissue is protected by a Read More »

How to File a Wrongful Death Claim

Posted in Wrongful Death on May 30, 2019

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Losing a loved one can be the most difficult situation that one encounters in a lifetime, especially if the death is caused by a person's negligence. To gain compensation for this immeasurable loss, there are 5 steps to follow when you file a wrongful death claim. Knowing that someone else is at fault for your loss adds another dynamic to the grief. For some, there may be a small sense of consolation in ensuring that Read More »

A Dog Owner's Guide to Dog Bite Prevention

Posted in Personal Injury on May 28, 2019

Dog Bite Prevention Tips to Avoid Lawsuits - Nehora Law FIrm

No one thinks that their dog will attack another person. However, it is more common than one might think, and the consequences can be substantial. All dog owner's can benefit from this guide to understand dog bite prevention tips, and what to do if you get sued. Dogs can be one of the friendliest pets to have around the house and children. They can be great playmates and fierce protectors. However, they are also prone Read More »

How Do Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Settlements Work?

Posted in Brain Injuries on May 23, 2019

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Settlements - Nehora Law Firm

After a loved one suffers from injuries to the brain, you are entitled to compensation. However, mild traumatic brain injury settlements can be complex and lengthy. Here's how these settlements work. The experiencing of a brain injury can be devastating and complex. The consequences of a traumatic brain injury can include loss of motor skills; decline in memory proficiency; and the loss of ability to properly regulate emotion. Sufferers can lose abilities that they once Read More »

Common TCPA Violations and How to Avoid Them

Posted in Lawyers on May 21, 2019

TCPA Violations - Nehora Law Firm

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) is a law that protects the consumers’ privacy rights, and it's important to avoid TCPA violations that may lead to a costly lawsuit. It prohibits unsolicited calls, text messages and faxes, made from auto-dialer devices or using pre-recorded messages. Today, TCPA violation lawsuits are one of the most common cases in federal courts. They levy hefty penalties/statutory damages and companies can lose millions of dollars in the process. However, with Read More »

How to Take Legal Action for Dog Bite Victims

Posted in Personal Injury on May 21, 2019

Dog Bite Victims and Lawsuits for Compensation - Nehora Law Firm

Dogs may be considered cute, friendly and harmless — but are equally unpredictable and aggressive. Dog bites are a common and painful occurrence all across the country. The United States sees an average of 4.5 million dog bite victims per year. If you have been the victim of a dog bite, you can hold the owner liable for damages. In states like California, the laws allow dog bite victims to hold the liable party (the Read More »

Your Guide to a California Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Posted in Wrongful Death on May 16, 2019

Wrongful Death Lawsuit - Nehora Law Firm

A wrongful death lawsuit can be exhausting and distressing. It is a long process, but the family of the deceased deserves compensation. This guide explores the process of such a lawsuit in California. When a person dies due to the negligence of another person, the deceased’s family must deal with the trauma of death along with the legal battle of filing a lawsuit. Further, every state has its own laws regarding a wrongful death. This guide Read More »

Understanding What Happens in a Car Accident Lawsuit

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on May 15, 2019

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On average, there are 6 million car accidents every year. After an individual is injured in a car crash, they may pursue a car accident lawsuit - here's what to know. Being involved in a car accident can be a very traumatizing experience. For those who survive one, just the idea that they might not have survived can be haunting. When actual injury occurs, physical suffering is added to this psychological distress. And, for those Read More »

TBI In Children: What You Need to Know

Posted in Brain Injuries on May 14, 2019

Avoiding TBI In Chidren - Nehora Law Firm

TBI in children is especially dangerous given their developmental needs. Here are the signs, symptoms, and the support needed for children who have suffered from a brain injury. The impact of a traumatic brain injury differs in children and adults. The major reason for this is that a child’s brain is not fully developed. It is more vulnerable to the severe consequences of an injury and can also take longer to recover. Further, injury to Read More »

5 Types of Personal Injury Cases to Know

Posted in Personal Injury on May 6, 2019

Types of Personal Injury Cases - Nehora Law Firm

There are many types of personal injury cases that require the help of a lawyer; here are the most common. Many people are familiar with stories of people obtaining an injury settlement following an at-fault car accident, or after slipping and falling inside of an unkempt grocery store. Some other types of personal injury claims can go unexplored. The following are some specific types of personal injury cases and compensation areas that victims will want Read More »

Wrongful Death Damages Awarded in Lawsuits

Posted in Wrongful Death on April 30, 2019

California Wrongful Death Lawsuit - Nehora Law Firm

The death of a loved one is not only emotionally taxing but may also cause significant economic hardships. It may seem like an impossible task to place a value on a person’s life. However, wrongful death damages awarded in a lawsuit are intended to unburden the members of the surviving family from their losses. For instance, economic losses can be accounted for if the person was an earning member of the family. Depending on the Read More »

How Does Traumatic Brain Injury Law Work? Here's What to Know

Posted in Brain Injuries on April 25, 2019

Traumatic Brain Injury Law - Nehora Law Firm

Injury to the brain can occur for many reasons, but when can you hire an attorney? Here's how traumatic brain injury law works, and how filing a claim can help you. According to the statistics, an average of 2.7 million brain injuries occur, annually, from sports-related incidents. Additional types of traumatic brain injury occur as a result of daily activities, such as with being involved in auto accidents, falls, and acts of violence. In the Read More »

What is the Wrongful Death Statute of Limitations in California?

Posted in Wrongful Death on April 17, 2019

Wrongful Death Statute of Limitations in California - Nehora Law Firm

Wrongful death due to negligence may occur for a variety of reasons. However, the wrongful death statute of limitations in California is the same regardless. Coping with the death of a loved one is one of the most difficult processes that we can go through. This grief process is more difficult when the death is due to negligence – or worse – on the part of another person or entity. In recognition of this, our Read More »

Construction Defect Claims and Compensation: How Does It Work?

Posted in Construction Accidents on April 8, 2019

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If an individual is injured because a home is constructed poorly, or utilizes damaged materials, they may be able to file construction defect claims. These claims set to prove that the condition of the building is faulty or dangerous. Causes of a Construction Defects Construction defect litigation arises when there is a faulty condition in a person’s home which has ultimately reduced the value of the home. There are a few conditions that are inherently obvious Read More »

Premises Liability: Understanding the Property Owner’s Burden of Care

Posted in Premises Liability on April 2, 2019

Understanding the Burden of Proof in a Premises Liability Case - Nehora

Understanding the Property Owner’s Burden of Care Premises liability is the property owners responsibility to have to safely maintain the premises of the properties they own. Many States will hold different standards of obligations and responsibilities for property owners to maintain in respect to the care of their property. Depending on the State, some will require property owners to demonstrate reasonable maintenance of the property when it comes to all those who may enter the Read More »

Workers Compensation Denied? Here's What You Should Do

Posted in Construction Accidents on March 29, 2019

Construction Worker Accident

Workers compensation is a system that helps workers who get hurt on the job, but what should you do if you have your workers compensation denied? There is a good news/bad news scenario for the economy. Market research analysts recently reported expected growth in the construction industry of nearly 3% in 2018. From an economic perspective, this is good news. The only bad news to squeeze out of this is that, as more people become Read More »

What Is the Telephone Consumer Protection Act?

Posted in Consumer Protection on March 25, 2019
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What Is the Telephone Consumer Protection Act? - Nehora Law Firm

If your afternoons are not being disrupted by banks offering loans and telecom companies insisting you invest in a new plan, it is because of the protection offered to you by the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The TCPA restricts all kinds of bogus telemarketing communications, via calls, SMSes or even fax. Under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, all telephone solicitation and the use of an automated phone dialing system is restricted, preventing the harassment of Read More »

6 Reasons I Am Thankful I Became a Lawyer

Posted in Lawyers on March 18, 2019

Why I am Thankful I Became a Lawyer - Nehora Law Firm

Becoming a lawyer takes time, commitment and unwavering belief; but there are many reasons why we love being lawyers. The law profession comes with a multitude of advantages; yet it also comes with its disadvantages, too. In this respect, law is very much like every other professional career. In an earlier blog, we explored the 7 essential skills that every personal injury lawyer should have. These skills amounted to communication skills, analytical skills, strong judgement, Read More »

ATDS and Robocalls: All You Need to Know

Posted in Consumer Protection on March 11, 2019
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ATDS and Robocalls: All You Need to Know - Nehora Law Firm

An automatic telephone dialing system (ATDS) is a device or technology that can store, retrieve and dial telephone numbers – without manual intervention.  Receiving ATDS phone calls can be a common, and frustrating, experience for consumers. They are commonly used by telemarketers or companies to make advertising calls to their customers. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) intends to prohibit companies from using the technology to make harassing calls and protect the consumers' rights of Read More »

What Are Noneconomic Damages?

Posted in Personal Injury on March 4, 2019

What Are Noneconomic Damages? - Nehora Law Firm

Evaluating your personal injury claim means assessing both economic and noneconomic damages. But, what exactly are noneconomic damages? Here, we offer the complete explainer. Have you recently been injured? Was that injury caused by a third-party or entity – through negligence, recklessness or intent? At Nehora Law Firm, we help clients throughout Orange County recover compensation as a direct result of personal injury. The compensation one receives, however, depends upon a wide variety of circumstances, Read More »

Symptoms and Causes of Neck Pain After Car Accident

Posted in Personal Injury on February 25, 2019

Symptoms and Causes of Neck Pain After Car Accident - Nehora Law Firm

Ignoring neck pain following a motor vehicle collision is a common mistake that can lead to long-term injury and pain. Often, a victim thinks that a minor “fender bender” or slip and fall couldn’t possibly cause a serious injury. However, where the soft tissue and tender ligaments are concerned within the musculo-skeletal structure of the neck, pain can signal an injury much more serious than one might expect. It may be a pain to experience Read More »

How to Avoid Traumatic Brain Injuries in Children

Posted in Brain Injuries on February 16, 2019

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Traumatic brain injuries in children is exceedingly common, and the symptoms are not always immediately known. Here's how to tell if your child has brain trauma, and how to avoid future accidents. The kids are going back to school soon and that means playground fun for some, athletics training for others. And along with such activities is the risk for an accident. How concerned should parents and educators be about brain injury accidents? Are there measures Read More »

Injured from Manufacturer Car Defects? Now What?

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on January 19, 2019

In 2014, the Orange County District's Attorney filed a complaint alleging that "GM endangered the public through deception regarding vehicle safety and reliability and gained advantage over its competitors by engaging in unfair business practices" by selling car models with known car defects in Southern California. These individuals were injured from manufacturing car defects, and unfortunately it happens more than we think. Here's what to do if you or a loved one is injured from a defective Read More »

What Are The Different Types of Brain Injuries?

Posted in Brain Injuries on December 9, 2018

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There are many types of brain injuries that can occur during an accident, and it's important to know the differences, and how to avoid them. From concussions to anoxal injury, there are many types of trauma. Below we explain the various types injuries as well as the most common causes of head trauma that can lead to brain damage. 6 Common Types of Brain Injuries Brain injuries can either be open or closed head injuries. Read More »

Common Motor Vehicle Accidents and Related Injuries

Posted in Personal Injury on May 22, 2018

Most Common Motor Vehicle Accidents and the Related Injuries - Nehora

A personal injury is when a person suffers any kind of injury to his/her body, emotions or mind caused due to another person’s carelessness or negligence or due to motor vehicle accidents. Personal injury also includes injuries that become fatal and result in the wrongful death of a person. Typically, personal injury comes under the purview of Tort Law or Personal Injury Law. Along with motor vehicle accidents, personal injury is also caused due to: Read More »

Understanding Premises Liability Cases

Posted in Premises Liability on February 20, 2018

Premises Liability: Different Types of Cases Premises liability is a legal term typically used in personal injury cases. It typically involves injuries where a person’s injury was the result of some type of hazardous or faulty condition on somebody else’s property. Both premises liability cases and personal injuries involve cases that occurred based on negligence. In order for a premises liability cases to be successful, the injured individual has the burden to demonstrate that the Read More »

Medical Malpractice Claims Considering Brain Injuries

Posted in Brain Injuries on January 31, 2018

Medical Malpractice Claims Considering Brain Injuries - Nehora Law Firm

What Are Medical Malpractice Claims? When a person has been hurt in an accident, becomes ill, or if it is a woman giving birth to a newborn, the last thing to expect is for the medical practitioner to commit some form of malpractice that results in a brain injury. Routine procedures that require a trip to the hospital should never leave a person with brain injuries due to medical malpractice. The sobering fact is that Read More »

How Compensation Relief Can Help with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Posted in Personal Injury on January 16, 2018

Compensation Helping with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome - Nehora Law Firm

If you or a loved one have received a diagnosis of complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), you are experiencing a life-altering event. There are an array of challenges to overcome and a lifetime of expenses to plan for. The most common cause of complex regional pain syndrome is injury. Don’t face these challenges alone or ill-prepared. Here’s how an Orange County injury lawyer can bring relief after the diagnosis. Relief Through Compensation A personal injury lawyer Read More »

Can Degenerative Disc Disease Be Caused by Trauma?

Posted in Personal Injury on January 15, 2018

What Is Degenerative Disc Disease? Degenerative disc disease is when the discs between the vertebrae of the spine break down, causing pain, weakness, and/or numbness. Although it is one of the most common types of chronic pain, it is also sometimes a misunderstood disease as well. Notably, it can be caused or exacerbated by trauma such as a car accident, entitling you to money damages (despite what insurance companies may tell you). Causes Of Degenerative Read More »

What Should You Do After Serious Bodily Injury?

Posted in Personal Injury on January 14, 2018

There are many types of accidents that may result in serious bodily injury and greatly affect your quality of life; so what should you do after receiving such an injury? An individual can suffer from a serious injury from a variety of causes, including: Aggravated assault Car Accident or driving under the influence Construction accidents Paralysis Other accidents To determine if you have suffered a serious bodily injury, the court typically look at the severity Read More »

Injuries Resulting in Death Reach All-Time High

Posted in Wrongful Death on January 12, 2018

Costs Associated with Construction Related Injuries The United States Department of Labor has identified four main causes of construction work-related injuries that most often result in death. They call these the “fatal four” because 64% of construction worker deaths had one of these four causes: Falls 38.8% of all fatalities Struck by object 9.5% of all fatalities Electrocutions 8.6% of all fatalities Caught-in or between 7.2% of all fatalities If you are a survivor of Read More »

Common Causes of Car Accidents & Steps to Take After an Accident

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on November 15, 2017

The routine nature of driving each and every day leads many people to forget how serious operating a motor vehicle actually is. With so many distractions, there are many top causes of car accidents. Luckily, there are also ways to avoid them, and steps to take if you do get in an accident. People sometimes forget how dangerous operating a vehicle is. This can result in drivers disregarding basic traffic laws and engaging in negligent behavior Read More »

Construction Accidents: Everything to Know

Posted in Construction Accidents on October 21, 2017

The construction industry has the highest number of injuries compared to any other occupation. Sometimes construction accidents happen, and if they happen to you or a loved one, you need to know your legal rights. Each injury and circumstance is different, therefore it's important to gather all the details for your personal case to determine who is at fault and any compensation you're owed. Hiring an experienced construction accident lawyer can help you out every Read More »

Should You File a Personal Injury Claim? How Does It Work?

Posted in Lawyers on September 19, 2017

Personal Injury Claim and Process - Nehora Law Firm

Many clients wonder whether they have a case and, even if they do, whether they should pursue their case and file a personal injury claim. Here, we explain why the answer to that question should always be yes. After an accident, it can be difficult to move on. Given the nature of their personal injuries – the strain and stress they have already caused – they understandably conclude that further action is unnecessary hassle. However, Read More »

The Realities and Myths of Practicing Law

Posted in Lawyers on August 15, 2017

The Realities and Myths of Practicing Law | Nehora Law Firm

Ever wondered what lawyers actually do when they're practicing law? Let's separate fact from fiction and, as all lawyers try to do, get to the truth. Despite our representation on a myriad of TV shows, the life of a lawyer isn’t quite as glamorous as one would hope. While it may be true that many of the world’s leading lawyers live a life of pampered luxury, this isn’t always the case for the average run-of-the-mill Read More »

7 Essential Skills of an Injury and Accident Attorney

Posted in Lawyers on March 24, 2017

7 Essential Skills of a Personal Injury Attorney - Nehora Law Firm

Every profession is associated with its own skill-set. In other words, education is often only the starting point. No matter what type of lawyer you are – from an injury and accident attorney to business litigation experts – consistent learning is needed. Whether you’re an aspiring lawyer or an experienced lawyer, there is always some new skill to hone and advance. The skills we discuss below are, then, ideas that you should at least think about – Read More »

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