Mitchell M. Tarighati, Esq.

Profile

Mitchell M. Tarighati, Esq. is a seasoned mediator with an exceptional track record of settled cases. Already an experienced civil litigator in private practice, Mr. Tarighati has been engaged in dispute resolution work since 2012, resolving cases with complex issues by diplomatically and patiently bridging the divide between the parties. His unwavering work ethic, personable demeanor, and passion for results have all contributed to his reputation among his peers, the plaintiff’s and defense bars, and insurance industry professionals as an extremely effective neutral.

Mr. Tarighati draws upon a lifetime of diverse experiences and a unique multicultural perspective to resolve the disputes he mediates. His interpersonal skills are well-known, with colleagues commending him on his respectful and patient approach, friendly disposition, and ability to connect with clients of different backgrounds.

Born in Iran, he moved to England at the age of eight, where he later attended a preparatory and military-style school. After studying at the University of London for a year, he moved to Los Angeles in 1995, where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Business Law. He subsequently moved to New York and earned a J.D., as well as an M.B.A., focusing on the areas of corporate law and finance, respectively.

Mr. Tarighati began his legal career working for a solo practitioner, and thereafter as an associate at a boutique firm focusing his practice on representing professional liability claims against real estate agents and brokers. In 2008, he joined a statewide law firm in California, where he developed a new practice area for the firm in the field of education and school liability law. In this capacity, he represented institutional clients in low, mid- and high exposure tort and employment cases. In 2011, he became a Partner nominee and was voted in as a Partner the following year.

In 2012, Mr. Tarighati cofounded his own firm of Sepassi & Tarighati, LLP, where in addition to his mediation practice, he pursues a balanced plaintiff and defense practice.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Personal Injury
    • Vehicles & Motorcycles
    • Premises Liability
    • Other Torts
  • Employment
    • Wrongful Termination
    • Discrimination
    • Harassment
  • Real Estate
    • Professional Negligence
    • Fraud & Non-Disclosure
    • Transactional Disputes

EDUCATION

  • J.D., Albany Law School, NY
  • M.B.A., Union College, NY
  • B.S., CSU Northridge, CA

AFFILIATIONS

  • Ventura County Superior Court, ADR Panel
  • Los Angeles Superior Court, Former ADR Panel
  • California Court of Appeals, 2nd District, Mediator Panel
  • National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals
  • Southern California Mediation Association

Representative Cases

Motor Vehicle Accidents

  • A two-vehicle accident which occurred when Plaintiff was attempting a left turn and was rear ended by Defendant. The initial collision caused Plaintiff’s vehicle to spin out of control and then be struck by an additional vehicle. Defendant is claiming Plaintiff merged into Defendant’s path of travel without signaling, causing the accident, and is using the property damage to Plaintiff’s vehicle as evidence as to what their claims are. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sought medical treatment on the same day of the accident, presenting herself to the Emergency Room. No x-rays or MRIs were taken during the time Plaintiff treated.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant ran a stop sign and colluded with Plaintiff’s vehicle, causing Plaintiff’s vehicle to hit a pole, causing Plaintiff’s vehicle to be determined a total loss. Defendant’s insurance paid out $500 less than the Fair Market Value of Plaintiff’s vehicle. Plaintiff sought medical treatment with a chiropractor and orthopedist. Plaintiff was diagnosed with segmental dysfunction of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine and also had a CT scan of his bran and MRI of his left knee. After having treated with the orthopedist, Plaintiff remained symptomatic in his left shoulder, left knee, cervical and lumbar spine and continues to have pain three to four times a week.
  • Defendant allegedly passed out while driving and caused five plus collisions with different vehicles. Defendant's vehicle collided head on with Plaintiff's vehicle. Both Plaintiff's and her front seated passenger's airbags deployed. Plaintiff suffered a black eye, a bloody noise, as well as headaches, broken teeth, and neck/back/forearm pain. Plaintiff has approximately $8,000-$9,000 in past special damages.
  • A first party UIM claim asserted by two Plaintiffs in their golden years. Plaintiff #1 had approx. $20,000 in medical specials, and Plaintiff #2 had approx. $7,500. Plaintiffs complained of neck, shoulder, back, and knee injuries. Plaintiffs contended that they have been 'robbed' of their retirement/golden years due to the ongoing physical and emotional consequences of the incident. Plaintiffs' combined opening demand is $180,000.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Defendant attempted to make a left turn and collided with Plaintiff’s vehicle. Defendant is alleging that Plaintiff did not come to a complete stop at the intersection which caused the collision.
  • A subrogation mediation arising from a four-vehicle collision which occurred as a result of Plaintiff being rear ended by the defendant. The defendant’s insured is looking to recover what was paid out to the Plaintiff as a result of the Defendant’s negligence.
  • A three-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Defendant attempted a left turn and collided with Plaintiff’s vehicle. Defendant’s vehicle continued traveling after it struck Plaintiff’s vehicle and collided with a third vehicle. Plaintiff has made a demand for property damage as well as a demand of 15k for the bodily injury claim. Defendant’s insurance made no offers due to multiple claimants.
  • A two-vehicle rear end collision which occurred on the freeway. Plaintiff received medical treatment as a result of the accident and had positive findings in her MRI including a 3mm disc protrusion.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant backed out of a driveway and collided with the right side of Plaintiff’s vehicle. Although Plaintiff sought medical treatment, Defense counsel is arguing that because the impact was so slight, the medical treatment was excessive.
  • A disputed liability case involving a two-vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff attempted to make a left turn into a shopping center and was struck by the Defendant who was directly behind the Plaintiff, attempting to pass the Plaintiff on the left side. Defendant is claiming that the Plaintiff pulled into traffic from the right side of the curb, causing the collision. Defendants allege that the Plaintiff lied during her testimony.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff contends he was rear ended by the Defendant. Defendant contends that Plaintiff cut him off. Liability is disputed. The police report placed Plaintiff at fault for making an unsafe lane change. The determination was based on the statements, damage to vehicles and distance to the next intersection. Plaintiff is alleging contusion/sprain to right shoulder, cervical sprain, thoracic sprain and lumbar sprain.
  • A subrogation claim for property damage arising from a multi-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Defendant ran a red light and collided with a vehicle, causing the vehicle the Defendant collided with to spin out of control and strike another vehicle that was stopped at the intersection. Defendant only has coverage of $5,000 and Plaintiff’s insurance is seeking a full recover of all money paid, $4,188.98
  • A two-vehicle rear-end collision which occurred as Plaintiff was slowing down to traffic congestion and was rear-ended by the Defendant. The Plaintiff was traveling with her nine-year-old daughter who sustained injuries. Defendants are questioning reasonable medical expenses.
  • A two-vehicle rear-end collision which occurred on the freeway. Plaintiff was traveling with a rear seat passenger at the time of impact. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sought medical treatment and had the following positive findings in her MRI: evidence for lumbar straight and a 2mm posterior disc bulge at L5-S1 extending into the central canal. Plaintiff’s passenger also suffered injuries resulting in receiving trigger point injections and a Toradol injection to help ease his pain.
  • A two-vehicle “T-bone” collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff was stopped to attempt a left turn and was struck by Defendant who was driving a commercial van at the time. The collision caused massive damage to the front end of Plaintiff’s vehicle, causing the airbags to deploy. Due to the severity of the impact, both vehicles were deemed a total loss.
  • A three-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Defendant attempted a left turn and collided with the Plaintiff’s vehicle. Liability is being disputed as Defendant’s counsel believes that the Plaintiff was traveling over the speed limit and for the conditions present at the time of the accident. Inclusive, there is dispute over the nature and extent of Plaintiff’s injuries.
  • A subrogation case arising from a three-vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant was driving too fast for road conditions at the time and lost control of his vehicle, striking the Plaintiff and another vehicle. Plaintiff is seeking to recover for the damages to their vehicle and loss of use for a total of $19,071.93. Defendant has offered $5,726,91.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff made a left turn on a green in front of Defendant. Liability is disputed. Because of the collision, Plaintiff sought treatment with a chiropractor and received epidural injections.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Defendant made an unsafe left turn and collided with Plaintiff’s vehicle. The impact caused the Defendant to lose control of his vehicle and strike a metal fence of a private home. Plaintiff’s passenger was taken by ambulance to the hospital and was treated for his injuries. Plaintiff also sought treatment and had positive findings of cervical disc protrusion in her MRI results.
  • A two-vehicle rear-end collision which occurred on the freeway. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sought medical care and received three cervical epidural injections. Plaintiff made a demand for 95,000 and Defendant offered $28,000.
  • A two-vehicle rear end collision which occurred at an intersection. As a result of the collision, the Plaintiff’s vehicle was deemed a total loss. Plaintiff sought medical treatment and had a cervical and lumbar MRI which revealed a 3mm disc bulge to her cervical spine as well as a 2-3mm bulge left foraminal protrusion to her lumbar spine.
  • An auto v. auto rear end collision which occurred at an intersection. Plaintiff was traveling with his wife at the time of the accident. As a result of the collision, the Plaintiff sought medical treatment and was given two series of platelet-rich plasma injections to his right elbow. The Plaintiff’s wife also sought medical treatment for her injuries and ultimately received a facet block injection and a trigger point epidural injection to alleviate her pain. Inclusive, Plaintiff, who worked as a mechanic, was unable to perform his normal job duties which resulted in a loss of wages.
  • An Auto v. Pedestrian accident which occurred in an alleyway when Plaintiff, who was working at his place of employment at the time of the accident, was struck by Defendant’s vehicle. At the time of the accident, the Defendant reversed his vehicle as the Plaintiff was standing in the alley outside his place of employment. Although liability has been accepted, the facts of the accident and level of impact are disputed.
  • A three-vehicle rear end collision which occurred on a freeway Defendant rear-ended the vehicle ahead of him, pushing that vehicle into Plaintiff’s vehicle. As a result of the collision, the Plaintiff’s vehicle was declared a total loss and Plaintiff sought medical treatment. Plaintiff’s MRI revealed a 2mm disc protrusion at C-5 C-6 and was recommended a series of trigger point injections.
  • A two-vehicle intersection which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff, who was traveling with two children at the time of the accident, was in the process of making a left turn as the traffic light phased from green to yellow and Defendant ran a red light and collided with Plaintiff. The Plaintiff sought medical treatment at an emergency room and it was determined through x-rays that she had C4-C5 and C5-C6 disc space narrowing, and straightening/slight reversal of the upper cervical lordosis. The Plaintiff’s two-year-old passenger also began experiencing discomfort and was taken to his pediatrician for an evaluation who believed that the Plaintiff’s child may have fractured his ribs but was too young to perform an x-ray due to the radiation. Plaintiff’s 12-year-old passenger also sought medical treatment as a result of the accident.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred as Defendant was exiting an alleyway attempting to make a left turn and collided with Defendant’s vehicle who was traveling straight. There was a parked truck that was blocking view for both parties involved. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sought medical treatment and had positive findings in her MRI revealing a 4mm posterior protrusion a the C4-C-5 level and C-6 C-7 level.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant made an unprotected, illegal left turn and collided into Plaintiff’s vehicle. As a result of the collision, the Plaintiff sought medical treatment and was recommended trigger point injections. The Defendant’s insurance company made an offer to Plaintiff which did not make a counter-demand at the time the offer was made.
  • An auto v. auto case in which liability is being disputed by the Defendant. Defendant claims that the Plaintiff, who was at a complete stop in front of the Defendant at an intersection on a red light, suddenly reversed his vehicle into the Defendant’s vehicle. Plaintiff contends they were rear ended by the Defendant.
  • An automobile v. pedestrian case. Plaintiff alleges they entered a marked crosswalk on a green light and was struck by defendant who was turning right. Defendant alleges they made a right turn at 5 mph and plaintiff suddenly stepped into the street and made contact with Defendant’s vehicle.
  • An auto v. pedestrian case which occurred when Defendant ran over Plaintiff who was seated on a curb working. The Plaintiff was painting the fire lane red when the Defendant, who was parked with his car running at the time, moved his vehicle forward and struck the Plaintiff as he was kneeling and working. The Plaintiff suffered injuries because of- the accident and was transported to the hospital via ambulance.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when the defendant attempted to make a left turn at a T-intersection when she collided with Plaintiff’s vehicle who was traveling straight with a front seat passenger at the time. Because of the accident, Plaintiff sought medical treatment and has an MRI which revealed a 2mm broad left paramedian protrusion and a 2mm bulge at L4-L5. Due to continuing pain, she was recommended and received trigger point and facet joint injections as well as cervical epidural injections.
  • A three-vehicle rear end collision which occurred when Defendant rear-ended the vehicle in front of him which then pushed that vehicle into the rear of Plaintiff’s vehicle. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sought medical treatment. Plaintiff has a limited policy.
  • A three-vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway. The collision occurred at the entrance of the freeway as Plaintiff was entering and the lanes merged into one. Liability Is being disputed.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection as Defendant made a left turn and collided with Plaintiff who was traveling straight at the time. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sought medical treatment and was recommended shoulder surgery by his orthopedic doctor.
  • A two-vehicle rear end collision which occurred on a freeway. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sought medical care with a chiropractor and neurologist who diagnosed Plaintiff with a concussion and musculoskeletal injuries. Inclusive, Plaintiff’s husband made a claim for loss of consortium.
  • A two-vehicle rear-end collision. Liability has been accepted by Defendant for purposes of mediation. Defendant contests nature and extent of Plaintiff’s injuries. Plaintiff had a cervical and lumber MRI with positive findings and also received epidural injections. Plaintiff made a demand for $65,000 and Defendant’s last offer was $20,000.
  • An underinsured case involving four vehicle high speed collision which occurred on a freeway when Defendant rear ended the vehicle behind the Plaintiff and pushed the Plaintiff’s vehicle onto the center divider. Defendant had a 15/30 policy which was divided between the 3 parties which were not at fault. Plaintiff is seeking to recover the policy limits of his underinsured motorist policy.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection. Because of the collision, Plaintiff was taken to the emergency room to be treated for traumatic findings, including a left sided facial abrasion and a contusion.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff entered the intersection and collided with Defendant who was making a left turn. The impact caused Plaintiff’s vehicle to strike a third vehicle which was stopped at a red light. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sustained injuries and had an MRI which revealed positive findings including a 7MM disc herniation of the lumbar spine.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff, who was traveling with a front seat passenger, was rear-ended. Because of the collision, Plaintiff and passenger sought medical treatment. The front seat passenger is seeking $224,956.00 and the driver has not made a demand but was recommended future treatment including injections that cost 8-$10,000.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred as Plaintiff was preparing to enter a traffic circle and was rear ended by Defendant. Plaintiff’s vehicle was pushed three car lengths into the circle. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sought medical treatment and had positive MRI findings including a 3mm disc bulge of the cervical spine and a 5-mm disc protrusion with stenosis. Due to the accident, the Plaintiff can no longer take part in his usual activities as a cross-fit athlete.
  • A two-vehicle collision which appeared when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant. Before the collision occurred, Plaintiff noticed the vehicle in front of her had stopped in an attempt to parallel park before she was rear ended. Due to the force of the impact, the Plaintiff was pushed into the vehicle ahead of her and hit her head on the steering wheel, resulting in a cut lip. Plaintiff incurred nearly 10k in medical builds and is making a demand of $46k for future medical treatment.
  • A two-vehicle which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff, travelling straight with passenger with a green light, was struck by Defendant who made a left turn. Defendant then fled the scene of the collision, later returning to recover debris that identified the vehicle he was driving. Defendant smelled of alcohol. Plaintiff’s sought medical treatment as a result of the accident. There has been no settlement discussion.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff, who was riding his motorcycle at the time, was stopped directly behind Plaintiff when suddenly and without warning, Defendant backed his vehicle into Plaintiff, causing Plaintiff to be knocked off his motorcycle and fall to the ground. Because of the collision, Plaintiff sought treatment and an MRI revealed the following positive findings: 2-3mm disc protrusion of L3-L4, 2-3mm disc protrusion of L4-L5, a tear of the superior labrum extending 3-4mm in depth, and evidence of bone contusion and fluid within the shoulder and tendinopathy. Plaintiff then sought treatment with an orthopedic doctor who recommended future care including steroid and hydrocortisone injections. The orthopedic doctor also advised that Plaintiff is a candidate for left shoulder surgery.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred in a parking lot. Plaintiff was at a complete stop waiting for a parking space to come available, when suddenly Defendant reversed out of a parking space and collided with Plaintiff’s vehicle. Plaintiff was transported by ambulance to the emergency room where she was given pain medication and diagnosed with cervical, thoracic and lumbar strain. Plaintiff also sought treatment with a chiropractor who referred client to have an MRI which resulted in positive findings including a 3-4mm disc herniation of Plaintiff’s cervical spine and a 4-5mm disc herniation of her lumbar spine. Plaintiff incurred a total of $211,568.58 and is recommended future care total 3,000,000. If case goes to trail, Plaintiff will seek no less than $7,000,000.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff, who was traveling with a passenger at the time, attempted to negotiate a left turn and Defendant failed to stop his vehicle at this red stop light and collided with Plaintiff’s vehicle. As a result, Plaintiff and his passenger sought medical treatment and Plaintiff had an MRI with positive findings including a 2mm broad right foraminal protrusion with moderately severe right neutral foraminal stenosis and a 2mm posterior rightward bulge. Plaintiff presents a demand for $50,000 and his passenger presents a demand for $20,000.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant entered the intersection on a red light and collided into Plaintiff’s vehicle, causing the Plaintiff’s vehicle to spin out of control. Plaintiff was traveling with a front seat passenger at the time of the accident and both sought medical treatment, and both received epidural and steroid indulges due to dis protrusions and disc bulges of the lumbar spine. Plaintiff Driver made a demand for $145,000 and the Plaintiff Passenger made a demand for $50,000.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant rear ended Plaintiff’s vehicle while exiting a freeway. Plaintiff sought medical treatment as a result of the collision. The doctor she treated with stated Plaintiff would need future medical care including epidural injections. Plaintiff has a total of $11,436 in medical specials and Defendant made an offer of $11,961.85.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred because of Defendant making an unsafe lane change and rear-ending Plaintiff. Because of the collision, Plaintiff sought chiropractic and orthopedic care and had a total of $6,670 in medical bills. Defendant offered $2000 to resolve the claim and Plaintiff demanded $9,000.
  • A three-vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway. The accident occurred due of Defendant’s engine failing. As a result, the Defendant was rear-ended by the Plaintiff who was then rear-ended by the Cross-Defendant. There is dispute of liability between Cross-Defendant and Defendant. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sought medical treatment.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection. Liability is being disputed as both parties contend that the other ran the red light. Although the Plaintiff had a driver behind her which agrees with Plaintiff’s statement of how the collision occurred, there was also a pedestrian present attempting to cross the street and Defendant stated that the pedestrian “jumped back” when trying to cross due to the Plaintiff’s vehicle fast approaching the intersection. Both counsels are considering whether or not the pedestrian jumped back due to the Plaintiff’s fast approaching vehicle running the red light or the pedestrian jumped back as a result of realizing their crosswalk signal changed, not allowing the pedestrian to completely cross the street before the traffic signal changed. Plaintiff received medical care in total of $9,521. Settlement discussions have not been made.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway. The Plaintiff in this matter was a front seat passenger. Defendant claims she felt her car suddenly jerk, causing her to apply her brakes. Due to the rainy weather, the Defendant’s car slid out of control and collided with Plaintiff’s vehicle. The property damage to both vehicles was in excess of $5,900. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sought medical treatment and had positive findings in his MRI including a 5mm subluxation of L5-S1 and 4-5 mm asymmetric broad-based disc bulge. The Plaintiff is making a demand for the total policy limits of Defendant, $15,000.
  • A three-vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway when Defendant initiated a lane change and rear ended Plaintiff’s Enterprise-Rent-A-Car vehicle, which was then pushed into the vehicle ahead. Plaintiff was a backseat passenger at the time of the accident traveling with two other individuals. Plaintiff, along with the driver and other passenger in the vehicle were within the course and scope of employment. The Plaintiff is an 82-year-old and suffered multiple injuries to his neck, back, chest, left shoulder and right knee. Plaintiff’s MRI revealed left humeral healed fracture, AC joint degenerative changes, labrum tear and biceps tendonitis.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred as Defendant pulled out of a parking spot and directly in the path of Plaintiff’s vehicle who was traveling straight at the time of the collision. Plaintiff’s vehicle sustained massive front passenger side damage resulting in the total loss of his vehicle. Plaintiff was transported to the ER by ambulance due to complaints of chest pain. Plaintiff sought additional treatment for injuries to his neck and back. Plaintiff incurred $7,783 in medical expenses, including out of pocket expenses for a rental. Defendant has a policy of $15,000 and offered $5,000 to settle the claim. Plaintiff feels he is owed at minimum the market value of his car and the incurred out of pocket rental fees.
  • A two-vehicle rear end collision. The Plaintiff, a chiropractor, was traveling with a front seat passenger at the time of the collision. Both Plaintiff and his passenger sought medical treatment as a result of the collision. An MRI for the Plaintiff driver revealed a 3-4mm disc protrusion. The passenger in this case has resolved his claim for three times his medical bills and Plaintiff driver is seeking an agreeable settlement amount, stating that he would utilize himself as an expert in his own right because he has been practicing chiropractic care for 32 years and understands the types of injuries that an auto accident can have on someone.
  • This case arises out of an automobile v. motorcycle accident. The Defendant caused his vehicle to collide with Plaintiff’s motorcycle, causing Plaintiff to be ejected from his motorcycle and collide with the roadway. Plaintiff was diagnosed with several injuries including concussion and brain injury. Plaintiff is making a claim against the defendant for property damages for the total loss of his motorcycle, pain and suffering, and loss of use.
  • A three-vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway. Defendant and Former Defendant were driving their vehicles that was unreasonable given the condition of the roadway and the traffic thereon, causing a chain-reaction of rear-ended collisions. Defendant rear ended the car ahead, which caused the car to rear-end the Plaintiff. The Plaintiff was traveling with a passenger at the time of the collision. As a result of the collision, both Plaintiff and passenger suffered multiple injuries, including the need for knee surgery.
  • This case involves an insurance company filing a subrogation lawsuit against Defendants and is seeking recovery for total amount of property damage that it paid to its insured as a result of an auto accident. The accident involved a two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection. There is a liability dispute between Defendant and Cross-Defendant as to who hit who’s vehicle first.
  • A three-vehicle rear-end collision which occurred on a freeway when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant and pushed into the vehicle ahead of them. Plaintiff was traveling with her 11-year old son at the time of the collision, and the collision affected her son so significantly that he did not want to ride in a car again, his grades dropped in school and he sought psychological treatment. Plaintiffs are seeking 10k each from Defendant as a result of the collision.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection with a tri-phase light as Plaintiff entered the intersection to make a left turn on a yellow light and was struck by Defendant’s vehicle. Plaintiff is alleging that Defendant was racing another vehicle and although Defendant denies that he was racing, he admitted to travelling faster than the posted speed limit. The severity of the impact caused both vehicles to be a total loss. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff broke her fifth right metatarsal and sprained her right ankle and had scrapes and bruises on her face and legs.
  • A two-vehicle rear end collision which occurred as Plaintiff came to a stop to make a left turn into a shopping center. Plaintiff was traveling with her son at the time of the accident. As a result, Plaintiff and her son sought medical treatment. Defendant is alleging that Plaintiff failed to use her left turn signal and braked suddenly, causing the accident.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred as Defendant pulled his vehicle over to the right side of the street as if to park his car and suddenly made a left\u-turn directly in front of Plaintiff’s path of travel, striking the right side of Plaintiff’s vehicle. Defendant’s insurance initially admitted liability but abruptly changed their liability decision.
  • A three-vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway when Plaintiff was rear-ended and pushed into the vehicle ahead of her. As a result, Plaintiff sought treatment for injuries to her neck and back. Defendant’s counsel is arguing that Plaintiff was not as injured as she claims to have been using an argument of Plaintiff having had a 6-month gap in treatment and returning to work sooner than her doctor had recommended.
  • A subrogation case arising from a two-vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant lost control of his vehicle, crossed over double yellow lines and collided with the Plaintiff. The total damages to the Plaintiff’s vehicle is more than the policy amount that the Defendant has. Plaintiff is demanding $41,614.49 and Defendant made an offer of $10,00.00. Plaintiff is seeking to recover the remaining balance from the Defendant, however the Defendant cannot afford to make payments as he is a father of three children and out of work.
  • A case arising from a vehicle collision. Plaintiff was on his way home from physical therapy for a prior fall in which he injured his left wrist/elbow at the time of the accident. Plaintiff sought medical treatment for the accident and had an MRI which was normal. Plaintiff also received trigger point injections. Defense is arguing extensive unnecessary treatment and is claiming that Plaintiff is mentally unstable.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection with 4-way stop signs. Plaintiff stopped and then proceeded into the intersection when Defendant ran the stop sign and collided with Plaintiff’s vehicle. The impact was so severe that Plaintiff’s vehicle was declared a total loss. Plaintiff sought medical treatment for injuries to his neck, back and right foot, as his foot became lodged underneath the brake pedal at the time of impact. The injury to his foot revealed that he would need future treatment.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an off-ramp of a freeway in which there were two right turn lanes, in which Plaintiff was in the first right turn exit late. As the light phased to green, Defendant, who was travelling at a high rate of speed careened into the side of Plaintiff’s vehicle, pushing it into the intersection.
  • A case arising from a Plaintiff alleging to have fallen from a bus while attempting to exit through the rear doors. At the time, Plaintiff chose to stand in the aisle near the rear of the bus with a grocery cart in her possession, despite the fact that there were available seats to use. There is a witness on the bus that claims the Plaintiff faked the incident. Inclusive, Plaintiff claims to have landed on her right side but medical reports show complaints of pain to her left shoulder and arm.
  • A two-vehicle rear end accident which occurred at an intersection. Plaintiff was at a complete stop at a red light and once the light phased to green, proceeded forward when he was rear-ended. Because of the collision, Plaintiff’s vehicle sustained $10k in property damage and Plaintiff suffered injuries to his head, neck, low back, left buttock, left shoulder blade and left knee. Inclusive, the Plaintiff’s MRI studies revealed multiple disk protrusions to his cervical and lumbar spine.
  • A two-vehicle rear end accident which occurred at an intersection. Plaintiff was travelling with a front seat passenger. As a result of the collision, both Plaintiffs sought medical care. The Plaintiff driver suffered permanent injuries including a 7-8 mm disc bulge and 8-9 mm disc bulge in his lumbar spine.
  • This case involves a single side impact collision between a tractor trailer driven by Defendant and Plaintiff’s passenger van. Plaintiff was stopped at a stop light in the left turn lane waiting for her light to turn green when she saw the Defendant Payton exiting a freeway. The Defendant was driving a tractor trailer owned by AAA Highway Express. The Defendant Payton made a wide left turn. The left side of the middle his trailer struck the driver’s side of Plaintiff’s van.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred during Plaintiff’s scope and time of employment as a Traffic Officer for the Department of Transportation. Plaintiff was rear-ended at an intersection. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries including 3-4mm lumbar disc protrusions which were revealed in his MRI.
  • A multi-vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway when Plaintiff was stopped in traffic and was struck by the vehicle behind her. The vehicle behind her struck the rear of her vehicle as a result of the Defendant rear-ending a vehicle. As a result of the collision Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was attempting a left turn at an intersection and was struck by the Defendant. Plaintiff stated during deposition that the number one and two lanes were backed up with traffic. There were witnesses contesting that the Defendant was travelling at an unsafe speed during rush hour traffic, causing the collision.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred as Defendant was exiting a shopping complex, attempting a left turn without being cautious of oncoming traffic and collided with the left side of Plaintiff’s vehicle. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sustained soft tissue injuries.
  • A multi-vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway when Plaintiff was struck on the left side of her vehicle. Defendant struck a vehicle directly in front of them and proceeded to collide with Plaintiff’s vehicle as well, causing the airbags to deploy. At the time of the collision, Plaintiff was traveling with several passengers, as they had just visited Disneyland.
  • A three-vehicle chain reaction collision which occurred when Defendant rear-ended the vehicle ahead of them which was then pushed into Plaintiff’s vehicle. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sustained multiple soft tissue injuries. Inclusive, Plaintiff was unable to get his vehicle repaired in 2 ½ years by the Defendant.
  • A case involving two separate collisions, occurring on different dates, involving the same Plaintiff and Defendant, as well as Defendant registered vehicle owner. The first collision occurred when Defendant made a left turn directly in front of Plaintiff’s vehicle, resulting in $31k worth of property damage to Plaintiff’s vehicle. The second accident occurred between the Plaintiff and the registered vehicle owner Defendant. The collision occurred when Plaintiff, who was driving the same vehicle from the first accident, was rear ended by Defendant registered owner. As a result of the collisions, Plaintiff sought medical treatment.
  • A two-vehicle collision as Plaintiff was approaching an intersection and Defendant pulled from a stopped position across three lanes, striking Plaintiff. The impact was severe enough for airbags to deploy and cause over $30k in damages, causing Plaintiff’s vehicle to be declared a total loss. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff suffered multiple injuries including the need for a cast to her right wrist.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred as Plaintiffs were attempting to enter their vehicle which was parked next to the curb, and Defendant crossed into the oncoming lane where Plaintiff’s vehicle was parked and hit it head on. Specifically, Plaintiff passenger had just gotten in the front seat and was attempting to put on her seatbelt, while her sister, the Driver, went to the rear of the vehicle to put her purse down in the backseat. The impact caused the Plaintiff Driver of the vehicle to be thrown into the street, unconscious. Because of the collision, both Plaintiffs were taken by ambulance to the hospital with extensive injuries including a hematoma of the high right parietal scalp and abrasions. Defendant claims he blacked out before colliding with Plaintiff’s vehicle.
  • This case arises from a vehicle v. pedestrian accident which occurred at a tri-light signal intersection. The accident occurred when Defendant made a left turn on a green light as Plaintiff was crossing the street at a crosswalk. The right front of Defendant’s vehicle came into contact with Plaintiff’s left side, causing the Plaintiff to fall onto the street. Defendant left the scene without providing identification. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries including 3-4mm disc bulges at two levels of his lumbar spine, resulting in Plaintiff being put on bedrest for three months.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred as Plaintiff, who was traveling with a front seat passenger at the time, was stopped in an attempt to make a left turn and was rear ended. Defendant was traveling in a lane which was restricted for buses during the time of the collision. Plaintiff and passenger were injured as a result of the collision and sought medical treatment with a chiropractor for soft tissue injuries. The Plaintiff Driver had positive MRI findings including a 2-3mm disc bulge.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was hit by a forklift. Specifically, Plaintiff was standing near her truck when a Forklift reversed and hit her back and her vehicle. Plaintiff sought medical treatment as a result of this accident. Plaintiff was seen at the emergency room and had x rays taken which showed no evidence of fracture. Plaintiff made a $35k demand which was denied by Defendant’s insurance. Defendant’s insurance is claiming that Plaintiff had pre-existing conditions.
  • A two-vehicle rear end collision which occurred as Plaintiff was attempting to make a right turn. Plaintiff incurred $6,500 of property damage to his vehicle. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sought medical treatment for his injuries and had positive findings in his MRI results including a 4mm left foraminal disc protrusion. Plaintiff received epidural injections to his lumbar spine. Defendant has a policy limit of $100k which Plaintiff made a demand for but was offered $9,500 by Defense Counsel.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at a parking lot. Defendant ran a stop sign and collided with Plaintiff’s vehicle. Because of this accident, Plaintiff sustained injuries to his neck, mid-back, lower back, right knee, right ankle, and aggravation of muscle atrophy of the right leg and right drop leg syndrome. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sought medical treatment and had significant findings in his lumbar MRI including several 5mm disc protrusions.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection as Defendant decided to make a left turn without checking oncoming traffic in the opposite direction. Plaintiff was facing the Defendant in the number one lane and proceeded through the intersection. At the same time, Defendant accelerated and made a left turn, colliding with Plaintiff’s vehicle and sending Plaintiffs vehicle across the intersection and head-first into a large wooden pole. The force of this collision caused Plaintiff’s airbags to deploy and Plaintiff’s vehicle was deemed a total loss. At the time of the collision, Plaintiff was traveling with a front seat passenger. Both Plaintiff and his passenger suffered from multiple injuries and sought treatment.
  • Property Damage for vehicle struck by Party running a red light. Plaintiff was driving a Mercedes and demanded over $37,000 for the damages to his vehicle.
  • Plaintiff alleged Defendant failed to yield right of way to oncoming traffic. Defendant had a stop sign and after stopping moved forward into the intersection. Defendant disputed liability and alleged that Plaintiff was driving at an unsafe speed and therefore caused the accident. Plaintiff sought chiropractic care and orthopedic consultation. Defendant claimed Plaintiff had prior injuries.
  • Defendants got into an accident which caused one Defendant to ricochet and hit the Plaintiff head on. Plaintiff was in his vehicle with his spouse and a child. At same time, the accident caused another vehicle to hit Plaintiff from the rear causing a double impact. Plaintiff lost two front teeth.
  • Plaintiff was rear-ended by Defendant 1. Defendant 2 rear-ended Defendant 1 and Defendant 1 rear-ended Plaintiff again. Major property damage to Defendant 1 vehicle. Plaintiff was transported to a hospital at the scene of accident and suffered lumbar and shoulder injury. Plaintiff was candidate for epidural injections and lumbar decompression surgery.
  • Defendant struck the rear end of Plaintiff’s vehicle on the highway. Plaintiff had prior injuries which she claimed were exacerbated by this accident. Defendant claimed her injuries were from prior to the accident and not related.
  • Defendant clipped the side of Plaintiff’s vehicle when making a lane change. Plaintiff claimed that Defendant was making an aggressive passing maneuver going at a high rate speed which caused him to hit Plaintiff’s vehicle. Plaintiff had an independent witness to support this theory. Plaintiff was a contractor and had a loss of earnings claim for not being able to work, along with a bodily injury claim. Defendant denied the loss of earnings claim due to Plaintiff’s inability to substantiate the amounts.
  • Defendant made a left at a yellow light when she was struck by Plaintiff who was driving straight. Defendant claimed that Plaintiff ran a red light. Defendant also claimed that Plaintiff had pre-existing conditions. Plaintiff claimed she was driving through an intersection that had a green light that had just turned yellow when Defendant made a left turn. Plaintiff had lumbar injuries which she treated with epidural injections. Plaintiff admits to prior back pain however states that she was fully recovered prior to this accident.
  • T-bone accident/liability dispute. A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff, who was traveling with a front seat passenger at the time, was struck by Defendant’s vehicle. Defendant lost control of her vehicle while attempting a left turn at a red light and collided with Plaintiff, causing Plaintiff’s vehicle to spin several times. As a result of the accident, Plaintiffs sustained multiple injuries. Plaintiff incurred $14,235.00 in medical expenses.
  • Liability Dispute. A two-vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant attempted a U-turn and collided with the Plaintiff. Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries as a result of the accident.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff attempted a left turn and collided with Defendant who was traveling straight on the opposite side of the street. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries to his neck and back. Plaintiff sought treatment with a chiropractor and physical therapist. Defendant is alleging that Plaintiff caused the collision by failing to yield right of way.
  • A two vehicle accident which happened at an intersection when Defendant ran a red light and collided with Plaintiff’s vehicle. Plaintiff was traveling with a front seat passenger at the time. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff and his passenger sought medical treatment for their injuries.
  • A two-vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff, who was at a complete stop, was rear ended by the Defendant. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained injuries to cervical and lumbar spine and had an MRI with positive findings.
  • Uninsured Motorist rear end accident that resulted in a total loss of Plaintiff’s vehicle. Plaintiff was traveling with a 10-year-old front seat passenger at the time of the accident. As a result of the accident, both Plaintiffs sustained multiple injuries and the Driver had positive findings in an MRI of the cervical spine.
  • A two vehicle rear end collision which occurred when Plaintiff attempted to enter a driveway. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff’s vehicle was deemed a total loss. Plaintiff sustained right ankle, right wrist and back injuries. Plaintiff also had positive findings in her MRI, including a 2.3mm disc bulge at L1-2 and 2.9mm disc bulge at L5-S1 with loss of disc height.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant and pushed into the vehicle in front of her. Defendant is disputing the nature and extent on Plaintiff’s injuries. Plaintiff contends to continue experiencing right wrist pain; however, x-rays of the wrist are normal.
  • Defendant did not stop and yield for traffic while exiting a parking lot, causing a violent accident that resulted in total loss of Plaintiff’s vehicle. The impact also caused visible injuries to Plaintiff’s chest area, head, back and bruising to the left side of her neck. As a result of the impact, Plaintiff’s daily activities became restricted and she could no longer lift or play with her daughters.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant was parked and pulled his vehicle out directly in front of the Plaintiff who was traveling straight in the number 2 lane. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff’s vehicle was deemed a total loss. Plaintiff was transported to the hospital via ambulance due to difficulty breathing after the collision. Plaintiff sought chiropractic treatment and physical therapy.
  • A two vehicle rear end collision. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained neck and back injuries. Plaintiff sought chiropractic treatment and physical therapy. Plaintiff had positive findings in his MRI including a 3.4 mm disc protrusion at L2-3, L3-4 and L5-S1.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Defendant made a left turn in front of Plaintiff who was traveling straight at the time. Liability is disputed.
  • A 4 car rear end collision. Plaintiff was rear ended and pushed into the vehicle in front of him. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sought medical treatment with medical expenses.
  • A rear end accident so severe that it resulted in Plaintiff’s vehicle being determined a total loss. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sought chiropractic and orthopedic treatment, and also had an MRI which had positive findings.
  • A multiple vehicle collision which occurred on the freeway and caused Plaintiff’s vehicle to spin out of control. Plaintiff was cut off when entering the freeway which resulted in a chain reaction of collisions with oncoming traffic. Plaintiff suffered multiple injuries and was transported to the hospital via ambulance. Plaintiff suffered several fractured ribs as a result of the accident.
  • Plaintiffs were involved in a two car collision which occurred when Defendant made a U-Turn in front of Plaintiff’s vehicle. Defendant claims that the Plaintiff’s injuries were not significant enough to incur so many charges.
  • A two car collision which occurred when Defendant made a left turn in front of the Plaintiff’s vehicle. Plaintiff was driving next to a semi-truck which obstructed the views of both Plaintiff and Defendant. Plaintiff’s injuries were severe enough that he had to undergo surgery for his right knee.
  • A rear end accident which occurred on the freeway and resulted in a total loss of Plaintiff’s vehicle.
  • A rear end accident. Although Defendant does not dispute liability, Defendant contends the medical bills are unreasonable, unnecessary and excessive.
  • A two car collision which occurred when Plaintiff was entering an intersection on a yellow light and Defendant made a left turn in front of Plaintiff’s vehicle. Liability is disputed.
  • A two car collision which occurred when the Defendant made a left turn in front of Plaintiffs vehicle. Defendant was arrested at the scene for felony DUI. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff had to undergo two life-altering surgeries.
  • A two car collision which occurred when Defendant ran a red light and collided with Plaintiff. The collision was so severe that Plaintiff had to be removed from her vehicle with an emergency device. Prior to the accident, Plaintiff was regularly active at the gym but as a result of this accident can no longer walk without any pain.
  • A two car rear end accident. Although liability is not disputed, Defendant claims that such a minor impact could not have resulted in a personal injury.
  • A two car collision which occurred when Defendant, an unlicensed driver, made a left turn in front of the Plaintiff. Plaintiff’s vehicle was determined a total loss. Plaintiff was taken to the hospital via ambulance.
  • A two car collision that occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff was traveling southbound through an intersection whose light had turned from green to yellow. The Plaintiff was struck by Defendant on the front passenger side. Liability is disputed.
  • A two car collision that occurred at an intersection. The collision occurred when Defendant collided with Plaintiff who was attempting to make a left hand turn.
  • A three car collision that occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by the Defendant, who was also rear ended and pushed into Plaintiff’s vehicle. Defendant was uninsured at the time of the accident, so Plaintiff filed an uninsured motorist claim and was granted $15,000 as a result of the accident. Plaintiff continues to have cervical and lumbar pain.
  • A two car collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by the Defendant. Plaintiff was a seat belted passenger in a vehicle being driven by her husband. The force of the collision was so severe that it cracked Plaintiff’s rear bumper and pushed Plaintiff’s vehicle forward into a third party’s vehicle in front. Plaintiff was taken to the hospital via ambulance as a result of the accident.
  • A motor vehicle collision that occurred at an intersection when Defendant intended to make an unprotected left turn and failed to yield to oncoming traffic, striking the Plaintiff. As a result, Plaintiff suffered cervical and lumbar injuries, including disc protrusions.
  • A two vehicle collision that occurred at an intersection when Defendant made a left turn in front of the Plaintiff’s vehicle. Plaintiff alleges that he entered the intersection with a green light. Defendant contends that she made her left turn on a yellow light. The impact resulted in the total loss of Plaintiff’s vehicle. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff suffered serious injuries to his left shoulder, cervical spine, thoracic spine and lumbar spine and required surgery.
  • A two vehicle collision that occurred at an intersection when Defendant made a left turn in front of the Plaintiff’s vehicle that was traveling straight. Plaintiff had a front seat passenger in the vehicle. The impact was severe enough that airbags deployed and Plaintiff became trapped in her vehicle. The passenger had to let the Plaintiff out of her vehicle. As a result of the accident, both the Plaintiff driver and passenger sought medical treatment at the hospital. The Plaintiff’s passenger suffered more severe injuries and required surgery to his left leg.
  • An auto v. bus collision which occurred when a vehicle collided with a bus. Plaintiffs were passengers riding in the Defendant’s car during the collision. As a result of the accident, Plaintiffs are alleging multiple injuries. Defendant contends this was a low impact collision and that the medical treatment sought by Plaintiffs was unnecessary and potentially fraudulent.
  • A two vehicle t-bone collision which occurred when Defendant struck Plaintiff on the driver’s side while pulling into an intersection in front of the Plaintiff. Defendant’s view was obstructed by parked cars. Plaintiff sought treatment for injuries sustained as a result of the accident.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was attempting to make a left turn and was struck by Defendant. The collision was so severe that both vehicles were deemed a total loss. Plaintiff went into shock after the accident and vomited for three days.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant rear ended Plaintiff stopped at a red light. The impact was severe enough that the Plaintiff’s vehicle was pushed into the middle of the intersection.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway when Plaintiff was rear ended by the Defendant.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant made a left turn in front of the Plaintiff. This is a liability dispute claim. The Defendant claims that she entered the intersection with a yellow light while attempting a left turn. The Plaintiff sustained neck and back injuries as a result of the accident.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Defendant made a left turn in front of the Plaintiff. Plaintiff claims that she was rear ended by a phantom vehicle, causing her vehicle to be pushed into the intersection and collide with the Plaintiff’s vehicle.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when the Defendant ran a red light and collided with the Plaintiff’s vehicle. The Defendant was inattentive and entered the intersection at an unsafe speed. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff was transported to Olympia Medical center and sought treatment for the following injuries: post-traumatic cephalgia; post-traumatic sleep disorder, cervical and thoracic sprain/strain with sublixation, shoulder enthesopathy, bilateral forearm, elbow and hand contusions and sprains and nervousness/anxiety disorder.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant ran a red light and collided with Plaintiff’s vehicle. The accident was severe enough that the Plaintiff’s vehicle was deemed a total loss.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when the Defendant made a left turn in front of Plaintiff’s vehicle. Plaintiff was a passenger.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant. This was a two impact collision. Defendant admits fault and claim that she initially rear ended the Plaintiff’s vehicle but was rear ended seconds later which caused the second impact. The dispute is on apportionment between Defendant and Plaintiff.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at a four way stop sign when Plaintiff was struck on the passenger side while proceeding through the intersection after coming to a complete stop. The force of the impact spun the Plaintiff’s vehicle. Defendant is contending that the Plaintiff did not stop at the sign. As a result of the impact, Plaintiff, and his passenger sustained multiple injuries and sought chiropractic treatment.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff attempted to pass Defendant on the left colliding with Defendant’s vehicle. The Plaintiff contends that the Defendant made an unlawful left turn from the second of two lanes.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant. Plaintiff was stopped because her lane was being closed off by traffic cones by a city construction crew. The impact caused approximately $3,700 in damage to Plaintiff’s vehicle. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff suffered neck, back and shoulder injuries requiring substantial physical therapy, chiropractic treatment, diagnostics and orthopedic evaluations.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Defendant made a left turn in front of Plaintiff’s vehicle. Defendant did not see any oncoming vehicles. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff suffered injuries to his left shoulder, right forearm, right wrist, right knee, neck, head and eyes, anxiety, mental exhaustion, sleeplessness, memory lapses and other emotional issues.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection. This is a disputed light accident. Defendant claims he entered the intersection on a yellow light. Upon impact, Defendant’s car rolled over and hit a third vehicle. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff’s vehicle was deemed a total loss and Plaintiff had to be transported to the hospital via ambulance.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant failed to stop at a stop sign and collided with Plaintiff, which had two passengers in the vehicle, while entering the intersection. The defendants and his insurance company believe that this was a staged accident. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff suffered headaches, neck and back pain.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant rear ended Plaintiff. Plaintiff made a pre-litigation demand which was not accepted.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant. Liability is not disputed. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries to her neck and back.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant. Plaintiff was stopped at a red light and had two passengers in her vehicle. As a result of Defendant’s negligence, Plaintiff sustained injuries to her neck, back and left shoulder.
  • A two vehicle collision liability adverse case which occurred when Defendant pulled out of a driveway in front of Plaintiff’s vehicle. Defendant’s view was obstructed. Defendant struck Plaintiff’s passenger side of the vehicle. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained soft tissue injuries. Although liability is not an issue, Plaintiff is demanding more than what the Defendant is offering.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Defendant’s vehicle came into contact with the right quarter panel of Plaintiff’s car. Plaintiff alleges he sustained injuries to his neck, lower back, shoulders, temporary memory loss and pain in the back of his head.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant rear ended Plaintiff.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant rear ended Plaintiff. Defendant was driving at a speed that was much greater than the flow of traffic. The impact was severe enough that the Plaintiff’s vehicle was determined a total loss. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries and was taken via ambulance to the hospital.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when the Defendant, an underinsured driver, made an unsafe turning movement. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant, which was parked at the time pulled out from the curb and caused the collision to Plaintiff’s vehicle. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant made a left turn in front of Plaintiff’s vehicle. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant. The force of the first collision resulted in a second collision when the Plaintiff’s vehicle struck the vehicle in front of him.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant made a left turn in front of the Plaintiff. Liability is not disputed. The chiropractic bills are considered to be high by the Defendant and Medi-Cal payments/adjustments were possibly made.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Defendant ran a red light and struck Plaintiff’s vehicle. Both vehicles had a front seat passenger. The impact was severe enough that the Plaintiff’s air bags deployed and their vehicle was deemed a total loss. The Plaintiffs were transported to the hospital via ambulance.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant. Although liability is not disputed, the extent of the bodily injury claim of Plaintiff is in question. The MRI results for Plaintiff showed significant protrusions, including a 6-7mm disc protrusion at L-5-S1
    level. As a result of the collision, the Plaintiff will need future medical treatment that could run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Inclusive, the Plaintiff is a nurse and now has issues performing her normal job duties.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff, a cancer survivor, was rear ended by Defendant. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sustained injury to her breast which not only causes the Plaintiff pain but fear as well that the cancer may have returned.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway when Plaintiff was rear ended and pushed into the vehicle in front of her. The individual who caused the accident by rear ending the Plaintiff admitted liability and Plaintiff was rewarded the Policy Limits of $25,000. Plaintiff is now pursuing coverage through her own policy for underinsured motorist coverage.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant after completing a left hand turn. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries to her neck and back.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant initiated a red turn into Plaintiff’s path of travel, causing moderate damage to both vehicles. Defendants admit fault for the accident but dispute the nature and extent of Plaintiffs’ damages.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff, who had multiple passengers in his vehicle, was rear ended by Defendant. As a result of the accident, the Plaintiff driver was transported to the hospital via ambulance. Plaintiff sustained a torn rotator cuff and his wife, who was a front seat passenger at the time of the accident, underwent a Carpal Tunnel Release Operation. Although liability is not disputed, Plaintiffs are not in agreeance of the offer from Defendant’s insurance of $20,000. Defendant has a 50/100 policy and Plaintiff’s are seeking policy limits.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff, who was driving with her 1 ½ year old daughter restrained in a child seat in the rear of her vehicle, was rear ended by Defendant. As the Plaintiff got out of her car to see if her child was okay, her left knee buckled and Plaintiff fell to the ground on her hands. The Plaintiff continues to have pain and discomfort in her left knee. Liability is not disputed.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff, a passenger in a vehicle, was rear ended by Defendant. Police Report places Defendant at fault for speeding. Plaintiff had an MRI and there were findings of a 2mm posterior bulge with central canal stenosis and a 1mm leftward bulge with mild left neural foraminal stenosis. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff missed several weeks of work.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff, who was stopped at a red light, was rear ended by Defendant, who was driving a commercial vehicle at the time. Plaintiff had her son with her at the time of the accident. The severe nature of the impact caused major injuries to Plaintiff and minor injuries to her son. Plaintiff is still suffering residual injuries. Plaintiffs contend that reasonable value of this cause is damages in excess of $75,000.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at a parking lot when Defendant, driving a UPS truck, reversed into Plaintiff’s vehicle, which had three passengers.
  • A collision which occurred when the Defendant, under the influence at the time, struck 8 parked cars while traveling straight. Plaintiff was a front seat passenger at the time that his vehicle was struck by the Defendant. Plaintiff was tying his shoes at the time of impact and upon being struck, was injured as his head hit the window and he body was thrown from side to side.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff, a front seat passenger, was struck by Defendant’s vehicle which was pulling out of a driveway. The impact caused the Plaintiff’s vehicle to roll over three times and crash into a tree. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries, 3mm disc protrusions at his cervical spine.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff, who was stopped at a red light, was rear ended by Defendant. The impact was so severe that it pushed Plaintiff’s vehicle forward about 12 feet.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant on the freeway. Plaintiff is seeking policy limits of $15,000 for this accident. Plaintiff’s medical expenses total $6,996.25. Defendant’s insurance claimed that the impact was not significant enough to incur so many medical charges.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff, an underinsured motorist who was 9 weeks pregnant at the time of the accident, was rear ended while stopped at a red light. As a result of the accident, the Plaintiff was transported to the hospital via ambulance and sustained vaginal bleeding. Inclusive, Plaintiff underwent severe anxiety until the time the baby was born normal.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant failed to stop at a stop sign and collided with Plaintiff’s vehicle. Liability in this case is clear. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries to his neck and back.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway when the Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant and pushed forward into the vehicle in front of them. Defendant contends that Defendant cause the accident by rear ending the Plaintiff and pushing her vehicle forward causing a second rear end accident. No settlement offers have been extended.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff, who had a front seat passenger in his vehicle, was rear-ended and pushed into the vehicle in front of him, causing a second rear-end accident. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff and his passenger sustained multiple injuries including cervical, thoracic and lumbar sprains, strains. Inclusive, the front seat passenger was transported to the hospital via ambulance.
  • A two vehicle accident which occurred when Defendant, who was parked at a curb, pulled out into traffic and collided with Plaintiff. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained a soft tissue injury to his cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant pulled out of a parking lot in front of Plaintiff and struck the vehicle on the rear passenger side with enough force that the Plaintiff’s vehicle spun violently clockwise twice. As a result of the impact, the Plaintiff was taken to the hospital via ambulance, and her car was deemed a total loss. Inclusive, Plaintiff’s medical bills totaled $39,788.48.
  • A two vehicle collision that occurred at an asphalt plant when the Plaintiff was rear-ended by the Defendant. Specifically, Defendant was in a dump truck and backed into the Plaintiff who was not paying attention at the time and was looking down while reading. As a result of the impact, the Plaintiff suffered multiple injuries including upper and lower back pain. Inclusive, Plaintiff is claiming loss of earnings.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection. Defendant contends that he was traveling northbound in the middle lane and as he was crossing the intersection, was struck by the Plaintiff’s vehicle which was traveling westbound. Plaintiff suddenly struck the right side of Defendant’s vehicle causing it to spin several times and hit the curb. Plaintiff testified during his deposition that he entered the intersection on a flashing greenlight, however, the traffic controls at the intersection are not controlled by a flashing green light. Defendant has issues with Plaintiff’s medical treatment due to the fact that Plaintiff waited six days to seek treatment after the accident.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant. Both vehicles had moderate damage. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries including mild scoliosis and multilevel degenerative disc disease. Several demands have been made by the Plaintiff, however Defendant has not agreed to the amount that Plaintiff is requesting.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred on the freeway. Plaintiff alleges negligence against the Defendant, however the Defendant has filed a cross complaint against a third driver. Defendant contends that the third driver slammed on his breaks on purpose, causing the Defendant to swerve to avoid a collision and thus, striking the Plaintiff’s vehicle. Liability is being disputed.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff, who was stopped for pedestrian traffic, was rear-ended by Defendant. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries including headaches, cervical, thoracic and lumbar pain, bilateral shoulder and arm pain as well as recent memory loss and difficulty sleeping.
  • 15/30/10 policy case in which a two vehicle collision occurred at an intersection when Defendant ran a traffic signal and struck the Plaintiff. Defendant was traveling with her 6 year old daughter at the time of the accident while the Plaintiff was traveling with a front seat passenger. Defendant alleges that it was the Plaintiff who ran the traffic signal. Liability is disputed. Defendant claims that the Plaintiffs were under the influence at the time of the accident and were yelling at the Defendant and her daughter. When police arrived to the scene, Defendant claims that the Plaintiffs were pouring water over their heads in an attempt to sober up.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff was rear ended and pushed into the vehicle in front of her. As the Plaintiff approached the intersection, the traffic light turned red and she controlled her car to a complete stop. When the light turned green, Plaintiff was rear ended. Defendant failed to pay attention to the flow of traffic.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred in a parking lot when Defendant pulled out of a parking stall and struck the left side of Plaintiff’s vehicle. Defendant is claiming he was parked at the time of the impact and that Plaintiff collided into his vehicle.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant. The Plaintiff was the passenger of the vehicle which was struck. As a result of the accident, the Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries including severe sprain of the cervical, lumbar and right shoulder, as well as contusion of both knees with traumatic chrondromalacia of the patellofemoral joints.
  • A three vehicle collision involving two parked taxis which occurred when Defendant rear-ended Plaintiff’s taxi and pushed it forward into another parked taxi in front of Plaintiff. Plaintiffs are claiming personal injury and Defendant is disputing that medical treatment was necessary due to the low velocity impact.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by the Defendant. Liability is not disputed. Plaintiff demanded $162,000.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant’s vehicle “tapped” Plaintiff’s vehicle, resulting in $292.36 worth of property damage to Plaintiff’s vehicle. Defendant is contending excessive and unnecessary treatment which was sought by the Plaintiff as a result of the impact caused by Defendant. Plaintiff has $47,766.27 worth of medical bills.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff who was traveling with a front seat passenger at the time was rear ended by the defendant. The Plaintiffs suffered a second impact when their vehicle was pushed into the vehicle in front of them. Defendant has admitted liability. Due to the severe initial rear-end impact, the Plaintiff’s vehicle was deemed a total loss.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff, who was stopped at an intersection, proceeded through the intersection when light phased to green and was struck by Defendant who ran a red light. Liability is not disputed. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff suffered a concussion and continues to suffer from pain to his head, neck and back. Plaintiff who was once an avid basketball player can no longer play.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff, who was traveling with a front seat passenger, was struck head on by Defendant who was attempting to make a left turn in front of the Plaintiff. The impact caused Plaintiff’s airbags to deploy and also caused Plaintiff to careen into a stopped vehicle. Liability is not disputed.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff’s friend, also a Plaintiff, was stopped and rear ended by Defendant, thus pushing her into Plaintiff’s vehicle in front of her. Liability is not disputed. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff who was initially rear ended went to Kaiser the same day and sought treatment for her injuries.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway when Plaintiff, who was at a complete stop for traffic, was rear ended by Defendant. The impact was so severe that the Plaintiff’s vehicle was deemed a total loss.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred on the freeway when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant. Plaintiff states that the vehicle ahead of her came to a sudden stop and she applied her brakes accordingly, however she could not brake in time and rear ended the car in front of her. The Defendant then rear ended the Plaintiff. Liability is disputed. Defendant is arguing necessary medical treatment as a result of this accident. Plaintiff has about $30,000 in medical bills.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred on the freeway when Defendants failed to stop for slowing traffic ahead of them and caused a chain reaction of rear-end collisions. The Plaintiff was the first vehicle to be rear ended.
  • A multi-vehicle accident which occurred when Defendant’s vehicle came into contact with another vehicle which then came into contact with another vehicle. As a result of the subject accident, Defendant suffered an irreparable loss as her 8 year old son was ejected from the vehicle and died. Liability is not disputed. Defendant has a minimum policy and Plaintiff demanded its full principal balance.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff was stopped at a red light and was rear ended by the Defendant. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff and her front seat passenger were transported to the emergency room via ambulance. Liability is not disputed.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway when Plaintiff, who was driving with a front seat passenger at the time, was rear ended by Defendant. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries. Liability is not disputed.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred on the freeway when Plaintiff was rear-ended by Defendant. The impact was so severe that it caused more than $3,000 in property damage to Plaintiff’s SUV. Plaintiff also sustained multiple injuries, including nausea, dizziness, and vomiting blood as a result of biting her tongue upon impact.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant and was then pushed into the vehicle in front of her. Defendant was also rear-ended by co-defendant.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff, who was slowing down for traffic ahead, was rear ended by the Defendant who was approaching very quickly. As a result of the impact, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred on the freeway when Plaintiff was slowing down for traffic ahead and was rear ended by Defendant. The impact surprised Plaintiff, causing him to release his brakes and his vehicle was pushed into the center divider. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant backed out of an alley and collided with Plaintiff’s right front side of vehicle, resulting in $2,957.74 in damages. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained neck and back injuries which exacerbated injuries sustained from a 2008 automobile accident. Liability is not disputed.
  • A multi-vehicle rear end collision involving two defendants which occurred when Defendant 1 saw Defendant 2 turn on his turn signal as though he was going to change lanes, but drove his vehicle back ahead of Defendant 1. Defendant 1 did not have time to brake therefore causing rear-end damage to Defendant 2’s vehicle which was then pushed into Plaintiff’s vehicle, who was driving with a front seat passenger. As a result of the impact, Plaintiffs sustained multiple injuries.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff’s vehicle was struck by Defendant’s vehicle as she was proceeding through a four-way stop sign intersection. Halfway through the intersection, Plaintiff saw Pedestrians and was forced to slow and stop from the curb line. Defendant, who was traveling at about 50mph, struck Plaintiff’s vehicle with such force, it caused airbags to deploy and the vehicle to rotate and travel to the curb. Plaintiff sustained serious injuries in which she had to be transported via ambulance to the hospital.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff’s driver was proceeding through an intersection after having stopped at a stop sign and was struck by Defendant that did not stop. Plaintiff was a front seat passenger and was 8 months pregnant at the time. Defendants state that the Plaintiff’s driver bears some responsibility, due to the fact that he was warned prior to the collision by Plaintiff that the Defendant’s vehicle was traveling too fast and driver responded to her that he had the right of way.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant made a left turn vehicle at an intersection when it was not safe to do so and collided with Plaintiff’s vehicle. Plaintiff had a front seat passenger at the time of the accident. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff’s vehicle was deemed a total loss. As a result of the collision, both Plaintiffs sustained neck and back strains including disc protrusions requiring substantial physical therapy, chiropractic treatment, diagnostics and orthopedic evaluations.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Defendant made a left turn on a red arrow in front of Plaintiff’s vehicle, which was proceeding through the intersection at a green light. As a result of the impact, Plaintiff sought medical treatment and final medical bills were $33,533.10. Liability is not disputed.
  • A case which arises out of two separate two vehicle collisions. The first accident occurred on the freeway when Defendant 1 rear ended Plaintiff, pushing Plaintiff’s vehicle forward and causing an additional rear end accident. Three days later, Plaintiff was involved in a separate accident in which his vehicle was side swiped by Defendant 2. Liability is not disputed for the first accident. Liability is being disputed for the second accident. Plaintiff began treatment with a chiropractor the day of the second accident.
  • A personal injury incident which occurred when a Plaintiff ran into Defendant’s vehicle. Liability is being disputed.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff was slowing to a stop and was rear ended by the Defendant. As a result of the impact, Plaintiff sustained several injuries.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Defendant made a left turn and was stuck by Plaintiff operated by a cross-complainant. Plaintiff was a passenger in the vehicle of cross-complainant. As a result of the impact, both vehicles were deemed a total loss and plaintiff sustained multiple injuries including disc desiccation.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway when Plaintiff was rear ended. As a result of the impact, Plaintiff sustained soft tissue injuries totaling $5,179.90 in medical expenses. Inclusive, Plaintiff, who works in the television and film industry as a prop person is claiming loss of wages for three months in the amount of $38,840.00.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff and Defendant’s vehicle collided head on. Defendant was attempting to make a left hand turn in front of Plaintiff who was traveling straight. Due to the impact, Plaintiff’s vehicle spun around 180 degrees and struck others.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was rear ended by the Defendant. Plaintiff suffered the following injuries: severe lumbar, chest and cervical pain with radiation into her left lumbar, hip pain radiating into the right leg, as well as a 3-4mm bulge on L4-5 as well as 4mm bulge on L3-4-3.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Plaintiff was stopped at a red light and was rear ended by Defendant. Liability is not disputed. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained injuries to his cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine and continues to experience pain.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection when Plaintiff who was stopped for a red light, was rear ended by Defendant. As a result of the impact, Plaintiff sustained multiple soft tissue injuries. Liability is not disputed.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred in a parking lot when Plaintiff’s vehicle was stopped in a parking space. Plaintiff’s passenger proceeded to step out of the vehicle when the Defendant was fast approaching and struck the rear passenger side of the Plaintiff’s vehicle, causing the passenger’s body to twist and move from side to side. Liability is not disputed; however, Defendants are contending the extremity of the impact and medical necessity for expenses as a result of this accident.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway when Plaintiff was rear ended by the Defendant. Plaintiff had two passengers in his vehicle at the time of the accident. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff and passengers sustained soft tissue injuries.
  • Defendant turned right onto main street and collided into Plaintiff’s motorcycle. Parties agreed that the sun’s light was blinding and made it more difficult to see the motorcycle. Plaintiff suffered injuries such as right foot contusion, acute cervical strain, right shoulder sprain, and an occult fracture of the right scaphoid. Plaintiff also had loss of earnings claims for approximately $25,000.
  • Liability Dispute. Plaintiff contends he was cut off on the 405 freeway. Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries including traumatic brain injury and memory loss as a result of this accident. Plaintiff initially demanded $50,000 and increased his demand to $100,000.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant, driving a motorcycle, made a left turn on a red light in front of Plaintiff who had begun to drive through the intersection on a green light. Liability is not disputed. Defendant is contending that the collision was not severe enough that the Plaintiff had to seek so much medical care.
  • Plaintiff was riding his bike on the sidewalk when Defendant struck plaintiff on his knee while exiting a driveway. The impact occurred in the middle of the driveway. Liability is being disputed. Plaintiff stated that he saw Defendant applying makeup while pulling out of the driveway. As a result of the impact, Plaintiff was transported to the hospital via ambulance. Plaintiff sustained multiple injuries and sought chiropractic treatment and physical therapy.
  • Plaintiff was riding bicycle with her child that was secured into a front child seat when defendant failed to yield for traffic on the sidewalk, resulting in multiple injuries for plaintiff and her child.
  • Collision occurred as Plaintiff was riding his bike on the sidewalk and Defendant was exiting a driveway. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff was transported to the hospital via ambulance.
  • Plaintiff, a minor, was crossing the street when a vehicle traveling at approximately 10 mph struck her. Plaintiff was transported to the hospital via ambulance. Plaintiff sustained soft tissue injury to her wrist. Defendant contends that plaintiff attempted to cross the street approximately 15-25 feet outside of the designated pedestrian crosswalk at the time of the incident. Defendant further contends that the duration and expense of treatment for physical therapy was excessive.
  • An incident which occurred when Plaintiff was crossing the street at a crosswalk and the Defendant made a left turn striking the Plaintiff and running over his foot. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff went into the emergency room and was treated for an acute fracture to his foot. Plaintiff also suffered injuries to his cervical and lumbar spine.
  • An accident which occurred between two vehicles and a bicycle. The incident occurred as a result of Defendant making a right hand turn on a green light and collided with Plaintiff who was walking his bicycle in the crosswalk. The impact threw the bike into the right side of Plaintiff’s body.
  • This incident occurred in a parking lot when Plaintiff’s purse was caught on the Defendant’s side view mirror. Defendant states that she had just entered the parking lot and passed about 4-5 cars when she saw Plaintiff walking in the parking lot car path to the left of Plaintiff’s car. Defendant moved her car to the right as much as she could but the Plaintiff’s purse still got caught in the side view mirror. Although the Plaintiff did not fall to the ground, her cousins yelled at the Defendant to provide her insurance information.
  • A personal injury claim which occurred at a parking lot in which Plaintiff claims she was struck in the knees by Defendant’s vehicle which reversed at a high speed in an effort to scare the Defendant. Plaintiff claims Defendant was drunk at the time of the incident and has presented social media videos as proof. Defendant is a well-known social media persona with several hundred thousand fans. Lawyer for Defendant claims that she was simply playing a part to her social media fans.
  • A personal injury case in which Plaintiff was standing on a ramp loading a company truck and the Defendant moved the truck forward, causing the Plaintiff to fall several feet off the ramp and sustain multiple injuries. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff was transported to the hospital via ambulance. Liability is disputed. Defendants are alleging that they did not see Plaintiff in the back of the truck and that Plaintiff should have heard the truck start. No settlements have been proposed.
  • A property damage only subrogation claim arising out of a car accident.
  • A subrogation claim which was made due to a two vehicle collision.
  • This is a subrogation claim for property damage for the amount it paid out on behalf of its insured involving a two vehicle collision which occurred as a result of an unsafe lane change. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff’s vehicle was deemed a total loss. Liability is disputed.
  • A property damage subrogation claim which arises out an auto collision. As part of its contractual obligations to its insured policyholder, Plaintiff paid property damage and is seeking to collect the amount paid as well as recover their insured’s $1,000 deductible.
  • Plaintiff is seeking subrogation from Defendant for an auto collision. Defendant has filed a cross-complaint against the driver of Plaintiff’s insured vehicle. Plaintiff’s named insured also has an out-of-pocket diminished value claim against Defendant. Plaintiff has attempted to settle the matter but has been unsuccessful due to the insured diminished value claim that remains unsettled.
  • Plaintiff is seeking subrogation from Defendant which arises out a five vehicle rear-collision which occurred on a freeway. The carrier for the vehicle which started the multi-vehicle collision offered a pro-rata in the amount of $1,079.04. Plaintiff rejected that amount and sought recovery of all money paid by means of contribution to the vehicle which initially rear ended the vehicle ahead of him and caused the multi-vehicle collision.
  • A subrogation claim made by Plaintiff against Defendant as a result of a vehicle collision in which Defendant lost control of her vehicle and struck a parked vehicle insured by Plaintiff. At the time of the accident, the Defendant’s policy insured for property damage in the amount of $10,000 but drops down to $5,000 for permissive drivers who are not named insureds. Defendant was a permissive driver who was not a named insured.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred as a result of Defendant’s negligent driving, causing a rear-end collision. Plaintiff seeks damages for injuries and pain and suffering.
  • A two vehicle collision which occurred on the freeway when Defendant rear ended Plaintiff at a low rate of speed during stop and go traffic. Plaintiff is seeking 25k in pain and suffering as well as an additional 25k for emotional distress. Defendant has not made any settlement offers and believes that because it was a low impact accident, the demand of the Plaintiff do no coincide with the amount he is seeking.
  • A two vehicle collision which occured when Defendant attempted a left hand turn and collieded head on with Plaintiff’s vehicle. Plaintiff was traveling with a front seat passenger and 3 children at the time of the accident. As a result of the collision, Plaintiffs (driver and passenger)sought medical attention. The driver had the following positive findings: evidence of lumbar lordosis, a 2-3mm bulge at the lumbar spine. The front seat passenger had the following findings: Positive results for Cervical Compression, Cervical Distraction and Soto-Hall tests. Plaintiffs are seeking compensation for their injuries and damages in the amounts of 30k for the driver and 15k for the passenger.
  • A five vehicle rear-end collision which occurred at an intersection when Respondent lost control of his vehicle and caused a chain event of rear-end collisions. Respondent has a limited policy and there are five claimants. As a result of the collision, the initial Claimant who was rear ended first sought treatment for his injuries and resulted in the following findings: 3mm disc bulge.
  • A two vehicle rear end collision that occurred at an intersection and Plaintiff, who was at a complete stop, was struck by Defendant’s vehicle. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff was transported via ambulance to the hospital where she sought treatment and was diagnosed with pain to her neck and back. Defendant’s are contending that because it was a minor impact, Plaintiff sought unnecessary and excessive treatment.
  • A three vehicle collision which occurred on a freeway when Plaintiff was rear ended by Defendant and pushed into the vehicle in front. As a result of the collision, Plaintiff sought medical treatment as well as an MRI which had positive findings including a 3mm disc protrusion.
  • A three vehicle collision which occured on a freeway. Liability dispute. The middle vehicle claims that the vehicle in front stopped for no reason and gave this statement to the California Patrol Highway Officer, however, during deposition, the middle vehicle claimed that she was rear-ended by the vehicle behind her and pushed into the vehicle in front. All cars were deemed a total loss.

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Personal Injury

  • This case involves allegations that Defendant published various defamatory statements on social media websites that caused Plaintiff harm to her reputation and business. Defendant is arguing that even if they did publish various defamatory statements on social media, Plaintiff cannot prove that such statements resulted in damages to her reputation or business.
  • A 2nd court district of appeals matter in which a trial judge conducted a hearing on Plaintiff’s motion to set aside as void the judge’s order, granting Defendants’ SLAPP motion to strike plaintiff’s complaint. Plaintiff contends that the trial judge’s order granted defendants SLAPP motion, after the judge impermissibly considered evidence and that the judge had no foundation to conclude would be admissible at trial, weighed conflicting evidence, made determinations of credibility, resolved disputed issues of fact himself rather than referring them to a jury for resolution and thereupon made findings of fact. Plaintiff contended the judge repeatedly violated Plaintiff’s right to due process under the 14th amendment and Plaintiff’s right to a jury trial to determine disputed facts and conflicting evidence. Plaintiff contends that the Order granting the Defendants’ SLAPP motion is void.
  • A property damage only subrogation claim for $5490.50 which arises out of a car accident involving two-vehicles. Interestingly, there is an independent witness to corroborate each account of how the accident occurred.
  • A property damage only subrogation claim for $20,100.38 which arises out of a car accident. Defendant’s insurance made a pro rata settlement offer of $2,973 and plaintiff is demanding all sums.
  • Due to a displaced sidewalk, Plaintiff fell and fractured her right foot. As a result of the injury, the Plaintiff, who earned her living as a street performer, was unable to work for several months and demanded loss of earnings in the amount of $57,000. Inclusive, Plaintiff was once an avid hiker and is no longer able to enjoy hiking due to her injury.
  • A trip and fall accident which occurred as Plaintiff was walking on the sidewalk with her son and tripped over a 2 ¾ crack that was left on the left side of the sidewalk. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sustained a complex fracture, broken dental bridge and the loss of three teeth.
  • An incident which occurred as a result of mold contamination. Plaintiff moved into an apartment building suite and was subject to illness caused by the mold. Plaintiff notified manager, but the issue was never completely resolved. Manager sprayed the mold area with bleach, yet the mold reappeared days later.
  • An incident which occurred at a supermarket. Plaintiff was an business invitee of the supermarket and was standing in line at the checkout when the cashier dropped a glass bottle of vinegar, causing it to shatter and spread glass shards on the floor. The glass shards struck the Plaintiff on the lower part of her calf. Plaintiff sustained a laceration approximately 4 cm in length on her left Achilles tendon.
  • A personal injury case in which Plaintiff, a former tenant of a residential property suffered from injury due to asbestos exposure. Previously, Plaintiffs’ parents filed a law suit against different defendants based upon the same set of facts as the subject action. Both Plaintiffs provided medical records regarding treatment at Kaiser; however, several physical exams concluded that there was no evidence of asbestosis. Defendants contend Plaintiffs failed to provide evidence that asbestos caused them any injury.
  • An incident which occurred when Plaintiff was walking her dog and was attacked by two unleashed german shepherds. Plaintiff sustained lacerations to her left thumb, right middle and right ring fingers. Several days later, Plaintiff began experiencing pain to her neck, shoulders, low back and both feet. Plaintiff sought treatment with an acupuncturist and orthopedic doctor.
  • A personal injury as a result of a dog bite. Plaintiff was sweeping leaves from her driveway when Defendants’ dog, which was outside of their front yard, went toward the plaintiff and bit her lower right leg. As a result of the bite, Plaintiff sought treatment at the hospital where she received stitches and was prescribed medication for an apparent infection.
  • A personal injury case deriving from an object falling from a shelf above eye level. Specifically, Plaintiff was reaching for a mattress cover and had to reach above and far back on the shelf to retrieve it. In reaching for the mattress cover, a metal piece of the shelf fell and struck Plaintiff’s right hand. Plaintiff presented herself to the emergency room and had negative findings in the x-ray. Inclusive, Defendant’s mediation brief suggests that Plaintiff received unnecessary treatment, including chiropractic care and spinal manipulation.
  • A personal injury case which occurred when Plaintiff went over to Defendant’s house to do labor work and while on the ladder, the ladder broke causing the Plaintiff to fall and get injured.
  • A subrogation case arising from a two vehicle collision which occurred at an intersection. Liability is disputed due to the fact that some comparative fault should be attributed to the Plaintiff for speeding at the time of the accident. Defendant has a limited insurance policy for property damage of $5,000. Defendant counsel claims that the Plaintiff’s vehicle should not have been rendered a total loss and was repairable for the amount of $9,318.27. Plaintiff made a demand for $18,522.75 and Defendant has offered $5,000.00.
  • A subrogation case arising from a three vehicle collision which occurred on the freeway when Defendant collided with the Plaintiff’s vehicle which then caused the Plaintiff’s vehicle to rear end the vehicle in front of her. Total damages to Plaintiff’s vehicle is $24,709.83 and Defendant extended pro rata limits of $3,345.33. Defendant is unwilling to make any offers of contribution towards the remaining balance.
  • A subrogation case arising from a two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant made an unsafe lane change and forced the Plaintiff up onto the curb. Liability is disputed. Defendant contends that Plaintiff is the one who made an unsafe lane change. Plaintiff seeks damages for the total  loss of their insured. Based on a 50/50 liability apportionment, Defendant has offered 50% of the value of the repairs determined by Defendant’s expert.
  • A subrogation case arising from a two vehicle collision which occurred when Defendant lost control of his vehicle, crossed over double yellow lines and collided with the Plaintiff. The total damages to the Plaintiff’s vehicle is more than the policy amount that the Defendant has. Plaintiff is demanding $41,614.49 and Defendant made an offer of $10,00.00. Plaintiff is seeking to recover the remaining balance from the Defendant, however the Defendant cannot afford to make payments as he is a father of three children and out of work.

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Premises Liability

  • This case arises from a slip and fall accident which occurred as Plaintiff was exiting a building. Plaintiff states she fell as a result of the files in front of the building not being flat, causing the heel of her shoe to get caught on the tile. Defendants’ experts were unable to find any violations of the building code.
  • This case involves a trip and fall that occurred at a medical center due to various wood and other debris negligently left and/or maintained on the premises by Defendant. Plaintiff suffered injuries from the fall, including complete rupture of rotator cuff and an ankle fracture with comminuted fracture of the distal fibula. Plaintiff underwent an MRI and had positive findings. Plaintiff incurred a total of $35,000 in medical bills and was recommended future treatment. Plaintiff made a demand for $250,000 to settle his case.
  • This case arises from a slip and fall accident which occurred as Plaintiff was exiting a building. Plaintiff states she fell as a result of the files in front of the building not being flat, causing the heel of her shoe to get caught on the tile. Defendants’ experts were unable to find any violations of the building code.
  • A trip and fall accident involving an elderly Plaintiff which occurred in the reception area of the Defendant’s office. Plaintiff fell as she stood up from her seat and fell upon tripping over the floor rug. Plaintiff fell forward on both knees and used her arm to break the fall. Plaintiff contends that the black area rug was not taped down, and therefore she caught the edge of the rug. As a result of the fall, Plaintiff sought medical treatment including bilateral knee cortisone shots and was recommended future medical care for her injuries.
  • A slip and fall which occurred at a gas station due to a spill on the ground. Plaintiff slipped and fell outside of the gas station near a gas pump. Defendant’s argue that the Plaintiff may have taken a misstep as opposed to slipping and falling to the ground and question the extent of Plaintiff’s injuries.
  • A slip and fall case in which the Plaintiff entered the produce aisle of a grocery store and slipped on an unknown clear substance, causing him to hyperextend his left knee, causing injuries to both knees, back and left elbow. Plaintiff sought medical treatment for left and right knee medial meniscus tears, left elbow pain, shoulder and neck pain. Plaintiff had an MRI with positive findings, as well as a left knee arthroscopy with positive findings. Plaintiff’s past medical bills total over $75,000. Plaintiff continues to suffer from right knee pain that will require a future right knee arthroscopy with partial meniscectomy which is estimating to be $50,000 including post-operative care and treatment. Plaintiff is making a demand for $287,000.
  • A premise’s liability case in which a guest attempted to close the blinds and a metal shade cover fell off and landed on his head. As a result of the accident, Plaintiff sought medical treatment and was diagnosed with a concussion.
  • A personal injury case arising from a collapsed floor in the shower of the Plaintiff’s home. Plaintiff was getting ready to health bathe her 10-year-old daughter when suddenly the floor collapsed, causing the Plaintiff to become trapped knee deep until being removed by a crew of firefighters. The Plaintiff was then transported to the hospital and was treated for injuries to her leg, foot, ankle and low back. Plaintiff contends that the manager acted negligently in maintaining a safe and habitable living space, as the Plaintiff had previously complained of loose flowing and leaking water into the garage from the upstairs shower. Plaintiff is seeking $50,000 from the property management company.
  • A slip and fall incident which occurred at a school when a parent, who was volunteering in her son’s class at the time, slipped and fell outside the main administrative office at the school. According to the school’s employees, the janitors were aware that there was a spill and did not take precautionary measures to avoid the possibility of a slip and fall. As a result of the incident, Plaintiff sought chiropractic and orthopedic medical care and was diagnosed with multiple sprain/strains. Plaintiff incurred a total of $7,440 in medical costs. Plaintiff made a settlement demand of $32,000.
  • Defendant had metal drywall trim sticking out from the back of his truck. Plaintiff was a pedestrian walking and she ran into the metal drywall trim and was injured. Plaintiff sued Defendant for creating a dangerous condition. Defendant contends that Plaintiff was on her phone and did not watch where she was walking and that Defendant had placed red tape on the piece sticking out with a ‘DANGER’ sign.
  • Plaintiff fell down stairs that she claimed were wet, soapy and slippery at her apartment complex. Defendant had recently washed the steps with water and detergent. Plaintiff claimed the Defendant left the steps in that condition without proper caution signs. Defendant denied liability and stated that although the stairs had been cleaned that day, they were washed off and dry. Defendant claimed the Plaintiff had a history of making personal injury claims.
  • Plaintiff was 33 weeks pregnant and slipped and fell at the market on some liquid on the ground. Plaintiff claimed Defendants did not have a caution sign. Plaintiff suffered injuries to her knees and low back. Defendant claimed that their staff monitored the premises reasonably and kept a log that showed sweeping every thirty minutes.
  • Plaintiff slipped and fell and broke left hip. Plaintiff was transported to the hospital via ambulance. Plaintiff’s medical bills totaled $43,471.40.
  • Plaintiff slipped and fell due to a water substance on the ground which caused significant injuries.
  • Plaintiff fell off the stairs leading to the backdoor of her apartment because the landlord failed to provide any lighting in the dark alleyway where the unsafe narrow landing was located. Plaintiff suffered two deep cuts on her right arm which lead to permanent nerve damage.
  • A premises liability case in which Plaintiff forcefully walked into a metal beam where no warnings or cautions were posted. Plaintiff suffered nasal and neck injuries and was transported to a hospital via ambulance.
  • An accident which occurred at a supermarket near the produce aisle. The Plaintiff slipped and fell due to a dirty water puddle on the ground. Plaintiff claimed injuries to her knees, back and neck.
  • An accident which occurred in the parking lot of a restaurant when Plaintiff tripped and fell over an unpainted wheel stop, causing the Plaintiff to go the emergency room and undergo two separate corrective surgeries. Before the accident occurred, Plaintiff was an avid hiker and founder of the Happy Hikers Hiking Club Over 50. Plaintiff now finds it difficult to complete even a simple walk around the neighborhood.
  • An incident which occurred when Plaintiff allegedly tripped over a raised wooden joint between two slabs of the cement walkway.
  • Plaintiff is a 74 year old woman who sustained an injury while shopping. The accident occurred in the produce section of the store when she accidently stepped on a tomato that was on the floor, resulting in her slipping and falling to the ground. Plaintif sustained multiple injuries.
  • This case arises out of a personal injury incident which took place at a Home Goods store when an item fell on Plaintiff’s face as she was pulling a basket from a store shelf. The incident did not cause any bleeding. Plaintiff underwent nasal surgery two years later and claims it was as a result of the accident in the store. Defendants do not believe the surgery was necessary or as a direct result of the incident which took place at their store.
  • An incident which occurred while Plaintiff was shopping and slipped and fell due to a puddle of clear liquid on the floor. Liability is disputed. As a result of the accident, the Plaintiff sprained her right ankle and was diagnosed with a chip fracture of her left navicular bone. Plaintiff continues to experience pain.
  • This case arises out of a premises liability case in which the Plaintiff was struck on the head by a stack of items. Due to the head trauma, Plaintiff was transported via ambulance to the Hospital. Plaintiff has brought a negligence and premises liability claim against Big Lots and another customer, who Big Lots claims caused the accident by moving boxes of heaters on the shelf.
  • A slip and fall accident that occurred at a supermarket due to liquid on the ground. On the way down to the floor, the Plaintiff, a 90 year old man, became caught between the counter and register and his shoulder was grabbed by a man who he believed to be the store manager. Said slip and “catch” caused injuries to Plaintiff’s shoulder, back, neck, spine, his left arm, and twisted his left knee.
  • A slip and fall incident which occurred at a supermarket when Plaintiff allegedly slipped and fell on a grape in the produce section. Plaintiff stated her left leg and knee made contact with the ground and moved to a sitting position immediately after. Defendant disputes any serious or acute significant injury.
  • A trip and fall premises liability claim which occurred when Plaintiff fell and collided with a Sales Associate who was carrying merchandise at the time. Liability is disputed as Sales Associate claims the Plaintiff stepped backwards and onto Sales Associate’s foot causing them both to fall to the ground.

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Employment

  • This case involves a Plaintiff who is suing his former employer based on discrimination and failure to prevent discrimination. Plaintiff on several occasions took an exam to grant him a promotion but was continually rejected despite having excellent test scores. Plaintiff contends that he was discriminated against due to his age and cultural background.
  • This case arises from a dispute between Plaintiff, who was hired by Defendant, a wholesale shoe company. Plaintiff was hired as a graphic designer with a background in shoe design. Defendants are stating that Plaintiff was underqualified for the position after reviewing her initial shoe designs in comparison to others that they had hired in the past. Plaintiff sued Defendants with complaints of discrimination and claimed to have been denied meal breaks.
  • This case involves an individual and his former employer. Plaintiff believes he was wrongfully terminated. Specifically, Plaintiff took time off from work due to an injury and when he returned to work with a doctor’s note, his supervisor advised the Plaintiff to pick up his final check. Defendant’s believe that the Plaintiff’s immigration status may be in question, as the doctor’s note the Plaintiff presented had a different name.
  • This case arises from an appeal from summary judgment entered in favor of Defendant Wal-Mart Stores on all of Plaintiff’s employment-related claims. Plaintiff worked for Walmart for ten years and was terminated for job abandonment. Plaintiff requested and used protected FMLA/CFRA leave for adoption placement of her baby nephew following the death of the child’s father. Due to the holiday rush, the store manager requested the Plaintiff to return to work. Plaintiff was denied a second request for FMLA leave due to not having worked a certain number of hours. Store manager suggested cutting Plaintiff’s work hours so that she may use her vacation time to complete the adoption process. Plaintiff was then terminated from Walmart and was told by Human Resources that the store manager had also been terminated. Plaintiff sought employment at another Walmart store but was blocked by the Human Resources manager from being hired due to misconduct.
  • A case in which Plaintiff claims she was wrongfully terminated as a result of her disability, Cerebral Palsy. At the time, Plaintiff was terminated after a two day training period. Plaintiff’s husband is an employee of the company and recommended his wife as an employee. Defendant states they were unaware of Plaintiff’s disability at time of hire.
  • Employment case on appeal for enforcement of an Arbitration clause. Underlying case included claims for Discrimination, Retaliation, Failure to Present Discrimination and Retaliation, Failure to provide reasonable accommodation, Failure to engage in good faith interactive process, and wrongful termination. Defendant hired Plaintiff to work as a general assistant. Plaintiff terminated. Plaintiff was diagnosed with cancer. Plaintiff immediately informed his employer that he would require surgery and time off from work due to his condition. Plaintiff underwent surgery and took a one month leave to recover. Plaintiff returned to work with doctor’s work restrictions. The restrictions given to Plaintiff by his doctor included no lifting more than 20 pounds. Despite providing Defendants with his work restrictions, Plaintiff’s managers did not offer Plaintiff modified work and directed Plaintiff to continue working as normal. Plaintiff was regularly asked to violate his doctor’s restrictions and lifted heavy items. Following his return to work, Plaintiff’s managers began treating him differently and began looking for reasons to reprimand him. Defendants discriminated and retaliated against Plaintiff by terminating his employment after Plaintiff informed Defendants of his disability or perceived disability, medical condition or perceived medical condition, and request for accommodations.

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Real Estate

  • A case involving a divorced couple and their daughter. Plaintiffs (wife and daughter) are suing Defendant (husband and father) as a result of monies owned for a jointly owned property. The subject property is a residential house which the family lived together in until the Plaintiff and Defendant decided to separate and finally divorce. Defendant and Plaintiff executed a Marital Settlement Agreement whereby Defendant agreed to transfer ownership of the property to Plaintiff as her separate property. Plaintiff then transferred the title of the property to include her daughter. Defendant named his ex-wife as a nominee of the property he purchased.
  • A case involving a Plaintiff tenant and the property owner arising from an ongoing nuisance by caused by Plaintiff’s upstairs neighbor. Plaintiff suffers health problems and the neighbor habitually smokes and causes smoke to enter Plaintiff’s apartment. The neighbor also throws butts below outside of Plaintiff’s window which have accumulated by the hundreds. Plaintiff notified the property management on several occasions, but the issue continued.
  • This case arises from a dispute between owner for real property Plaintiff and Defendant and the property management company Defendant. Plaintiff’s property is part of a complex of condominiums governed by the HOA. Plaintiff alleges that the property continues to be damaged by water intrusion issues from various sources that are owned, managed or controlled by the HOA.
  • This case involves the sale of a property. The Plaintiff, an elderly man, bought the from Defendant. The Plaintiff is alleging elder abuse, alleging the seller took advantage of his poor eyesight when signing the documents.
  • A Landlord-Tenant dispute case. Plaintiff suffered severe injuries as a result of Defendant’s negligent maintenance of his property. When Plaintiff first moved in, he made a request for the bathtub\shower to be repaired, as there were no grab-bars installed and the tub had no anti-slip material. While Plaintiff was taking a shower one afternoon, he raised his leg and fell backwards, crashing through the glass shower door and causing glass to be embedded on multiple parts of his body and landed on both knees. As a result, Plaintiff transported by ambulance to the emergency room where he was treated with open wound lacerations and was recommended future medical care for both knees including bilateral knee surgeries. Plaintiff made a demand of $124,999 which has expired.
  • A case involving AirBnB in which the Plaintiff alleges she was caused emotional distress due to being evicted from her hotel.
  • A case arising out of a home fire incident. Plaintiff is seeking damages from a construction company which was remodeling the home. Defendants concede that there were multiple areas of debris due to the remodeling. Inclusive, the fire was caused by a furnace which was manipulated by the home owners to serve as an electrical heater with a thermostat.
  • Plaintiff alleges Defendant owes business taxes for the tax periods 2004-2011.
  • Plaintiff was the owner of an apartment building which was sold to Defendant. Plaintiff felt they were scammed. The real estate broker led Plaintiff to believe that the Defendant was going to add the property to their portfolio. Defendant failed to present various documentation including proof of funds and loan application. Plaintiff claims they were rushed by the broker into signing the agreement prior to discussing property issues.
  • This is a claim pursuant to the recorded Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions, Reservations and Rights of Way. The Plaintiff and Defendants are neighbors. Plaintiff claims that Defendants allowed their tree to grow to a height that restricts the view of the Plaintiffs, resulting in a sharply diminished value of their property.
  • Dispute among tenants in common regarding improvements and management as it pertains to the value of each partner’s share in proceeds from sale.
  • A family rift involving ownership and ownership interest in a jointly owned property.

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Commercial Contract

  • Plaintiffs performed construction services at Defendant’s residence and Defendants refused to pay all amounts due. Defendant’s entered into a “cost-plus” contract for Plaintiff. As project went forward, contract was subject to many changes and additions, which were never signed.
  • Plaintiff alleges Defendant owes business taxes for the tax periods 2004-2011.
  • A federal district court case involving several corporate entities seeking damages for false filing of IRS form, wage and hour violations under the labor code, breach of contract to reimburse for merchandise purchased, loss of credit rating, intentional infliction of emotion distress and interference with contractual regulations.