How Does the Car Accident Settlement Process Work?

Car accidents can be a traumatic experience, causing physical injuries, emotional distress, and financial burdens. If you’ve been involved in a car accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses. Depending on your situation, you could pursue an insurance claim or lawsuit against the negligent…

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Commercial Vehicle Driving Data Laws

Electronic Logging Device laws are a set of mandates issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and enforced by the Department of Transportation, requiring commercial motor vehicle drivers to record driving data electronically using an approved electronic logging device (ELD). As commercial trucking accidents become an increasing trend across the United States,…

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Can You Sue For Emotional Distress After a Car Accident?

Car accidents are common occurrences that can happen to anyone at any time. While most people focus on the physical injuries that can result from a car accident, it’s important to remember that emotional distress can also arise from such incidents. Emotional distress can severely impact an individual’s mental health and overall well-being, leading…

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Can My License Be Suspended for a Car Accident?

After a car accident, several thoughts may run through your mind. Are you hurt? Do you need medical care? How will you pay for damage to your vehicle? Will the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) suspend your license? A license suspension can significantly impact your day-to-day life, affecting your ability to get to…

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Can I Sue for Wildfire Damage?

Wildfires are a serious risk in California, with thousands of acres suffering from fire damage every single year. These fires destroy property, displace people from homes, and cause devastating injuries and deaths. No one deserves to recover from a wildfire alone, and depending on your situation, you may be eligible to recover compensation for…

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Daniel Rodriguez Representing Arvin High School Special Needs Bullying Victim

Daniel Rodriguez, founding partner and president of Rodriguez & Associates, announced in a press conference on Wednesday, October 26, 2022, that his firm is representing a special needs student who was the victim of a bullying incident at Arvin High School. The victim is a 16-year-old student who has significant learning disabilities. Mr. Rodriguez…

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The Personal Injury Lawsuit Process

Personal injury covers a broad range of cases in which a person can bring a lawsuit against another person or entity for harm suffered due to negligence. Laws allow individuals who have been injured to claim damages for both physical and emotional injury, in order to obtain compensation for medical treatment and pain and…

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My Child Was Injured at School – Who Is Liable?

In California, schools must protect the children who attend their institutions. This obligation requires schools to provide adequate supervision and ensure that their facilities are safe. Unfortunately, many children are injured at school every year. If your child was hurt at school, you may wonder who is liable. In the event that the school’s…

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What Are “Catastrophic Injuries” in California?

An unexpected injury can have a significant impact on your life, affecting your financial stability, physical health, and ability to go to work. However, some injuries are more severe and lead to more complications than others. Catastrophic injuries are the most serious bodily injuries a person could sustain. However, this type of harm can…

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Hiring a California Personal Injury Lawyer

With more than 100 years of combined experience, Rodriguez & Associates has fiercely fought for victims of wrongful death, car accidents, trucking accidents, school bullying, oil field accidents, and many other types of personal injury cases. Our trusted reputation and record-setting case results are just part of why people like you choose us for…

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