Krystale Rosal’s article published in the October 2020 issue of the Advocate walks through how to use the defenses’s burden as your roadmap to defeat MSJs in premises cases. Using relevant cases from her firm as examples, she lays out some best practices and approaches to defeat an MSJ.
“I also encourage you to depose the declarants of the self-serving declarations that may be attached to the MSJs. They usually state that they were on a continuous inspection throughout their
shift or they recall (like it was yesterday) looking in the direction of an aisle while they walked by it and seeing nothing on the floor. Remind them that they are under the penalty of perjury before questioning their acts or omissions some two years prior.”
Give the full article a read online now.
Bumper-to-bumper traffic is a common occurrence in cities around the world, especially during peak rush hour times. Los Angeles and many other parts of California are no stranger to traffic jams on streets and freeways. While it can be frustrating and time-consuming, it's important to remember that safety should always be a top priority. In this blog, we'll explore some tips and best practices for staying safe in bumper-to-bumper traffic.
Sometimes insurance ads are made to be friendly and inviting. Other times they have a serious, protective tone. No matter the way insurance companies decide to market their products and services, their efforts might belie their attitude toward you when you need to make a claim. At the Law Offices of Mauro Fiore, Jr., we understand that the insurance business is, well, a business. That means, in part, we know insurance companies are interested in reducing payouts.
Dooring accidents for bicyclists are more common than people may think and in fact, they can be extremely dangerous, resulting in serious injuries and sometimes even death. In this blog, you will learn about dooring accidents and the dangers of these types of accidents.