What Are the Most Common Types of Spinal Injury?

Spinal injuries can be painful and debilitating; and, in the most severe cases, they can lead to paralysis. Spinal injuries can also be incredibly expensive, as they can lead to substantial medical bills, loss of […]

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What Is the Most Fatal Type Of Accident?

Each year, there are more than 30,000 fatal auto accidents in the United States. Nearly 10 percent of these accidents happen in California. While many different types of auto accidents have the potential to be […]

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How Do You Quantify Pain and Suffering?

When you get injured in an accident, securing just compensation for your pain and suffering is an important part of the recovery process. The lasting traumatic effects of an accident can impact your life in […]

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What Does Loss of Consortium Include in California?

Loss of Consortium in California | The Law Offices of Mickey Fine

Loss of consortium is a type of non-financial loss that impacts spouses following traumatic accidents. In California, spouses of accident victims can file claims for loss of consortium—if they are able to prove their right […]

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What Are the 5 Signs of Emotional Suffering?

Emotional Distress After an Accident | The Law Offices of Mickey Fine

Emotional suffering is one of the most common effects of traumatic accidents. It is also one of the most commonly misunderstood. While many people assume that their feelings are “normal” or that they will simply […]

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Why Is Oil Drilling Dangerous?

What Causes Oil Filed Accidents? | The Law Offices of Mickey Fine

Working on an oil field is among the most dangerous jobs you can have living in California. While some websites talk about the “inherent” dangers of working on an oil field, the reality is that […]

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What Is Comparative Negligence in California?

California's Comparative Fault Laws | Law Offices of Mickey Fine

In order to recover financial compensation after an accident, you need to be able to prove that someone else was at fault. So, what happens when you are partially at fault for your own injuries? […]

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Is a Drunk Driver Automatically at Fault for a Car Accident?

Determining Fault in DUI Accidents | Law Offices of Mickey Fine

Drunk driving is extremely dangerous. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), someone dies in a drunk driving accident in the U.S. every 52 minutes. There are far more non-fatal drunk driving accidents, […]

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