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Newsletter Third Quarter 2016

When Jones|Clifford negotiated a $2.25 million settlement on behalf of a pedestrian in San Francisco who was injured when he was struck by a motor vehicle, the firm decided to donate a portion of its fee to promote and enforce public safety.. Read More

Newsletter Second Quarter 2016

If you are injured at work, how do you know whether you have a personal injury case in addition to a workers’ compensation claim?Read More

Newsletter First Quarter 2016

Now that Southern California Gas has apparently permanently sealed the gas leaking from the Aliso Canyon well site, the utility is bracing for an expected spate of personal injury lawsuits. Read More

Newsletter Fourth Quarter 2015

Articles: Uninsured Motorist Coverage, Bicycle Crash Checklist, California Workers’ Compensation System, For Jones|Clifford Attorney Joshua White – Becoming A Personal Injury Attorney Was An Accident – Literally, Magazine Honors Seven From Jones|Clifford, A Real Fish Story. Read More

Newsletter Third Quarter 2015

Articles: California Bike Safety… Riding a bike in the Bay Area, whether for business or pleasure, has never been more popular. Bike trails are expanding and as freeway congestion increases, more and more workers are turning into two-wheel commuters. Read More

Newsletter Spring 2014

Articles: Hands-free doesn’t mean less DISTRACTING… Using hands-free technology while driving is a no-brainer, but is it really less distracting? A recent AAA study has shown that these devices are still a serious distraction to drivers. In fact, the study showed that using some vehicles’ hands-free texting and e-mail features was actually more distracting and Read More

Newsletter Summer 2013

Articles: The Most Important Insurance Coverage Our Clients USUALLY Do Not Have… Assuming we can establish both fault and the cause of injuries resulting from the crash, most people believe they will be adequately compensated for their losses. Unfortunately, the financial responsibility of the at-fault driver is often inadequate. Sadly, a large number of drivers Read More

Newsletter Fall 2012

Articles: New Workers’ Compensation Law. On September 19, 2012, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 863, a sweeping piece of reform legislation designed to fundamentally change many aspects of the workers’ compensation system. The new law affects two primary areas: medical treatment and permanent disability. For medical treatment, the law establishes an “independent Read More

Newsletter Summer 2011

Articles: I’ve Never Filed a Personal Injury Lawsuit. What Should I Know About Timing? No one really wants to file a lawsuit, but sometimes it is the only recourse if you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence. However, anyone who is seriously injured and considering filing a personal injury lawsuit should understand the implications Read More

Newsletter Summer 2010

Articles: Construction Site Injuries. Construction sites can be dangerous workplaces and are the location of many on-the-job injuries.Tens of thousands of construction workers are injured every year, and more than a thousand die in accidents involving contact with equipment, explosions, falls, fires, transportation and assaults at sites. While workers’ compensation is usually the sole remedy Read More