Are you searching for a fun activity to kick off the winter holiday season? If so, you might want to consider the winter holiday ice skating at Skatetown Ice Arena in Roseville, California. The arena has year-round indoor rinks that are available to the public. However, beginning on November 19, families can enjoy ice skating on the outdoor rink that is open through January 15. The outdoor rink is transformed into a winter wonderland with seasonal decorations, lights, and music. Staff members are available to assist you with fitting your ice skates. You can also take free skating lessons and rent sleds and bobbys. Parking is free, and a full-service café offers a variety of drinks and food for purchase.
Are you hosting your family for Thanksgiving Day? If so, do you have enough plans to keep the children busy while adults socialize and deal with the food prep and cleanup? A little bit of planning can make your holiday celebration fun and entertaining for children so that the adults can socialize and relax while the little ones enjoy a variety of activities that do not add to your long to-do list.
You cannot have Halloween without a few scares and a lot of candy. The problem many parents face is how to deal with so much candy in the house. While you want your children to enjoy the holiday, an overload of sugar is not good. A little bit of candy is one thing, but a few pounds of candy is another matter. How do you get rid of Halloween candy without simply throwing it out?
One of the worst experiences for a parent is when his or her child is injured. As a parent, you protect your child from harm each day. When your child is injured, you feel helpless because you cannot take your child’s pain away. The heartache felt by parents who are dealing with a child injury can be overwhelming. In addition to dealing with the emotional pain of watching their child struggle with the pain from an injury, the parents also must deal with the financial burden of medical bills and lost wages because of another person’s reckless or negligent acts. Sadly, parents cannot always prevent a child injury accident. If your child has been injured in an accident, call 1-800-954-4444 to speak with a Fresno child injury lawyer. We can help you seek justice for your child.
Are you handing out candy to trick-or-treaters this year in Stockton? If so, you need to be aware of the potential for liability if a trick-or-treater is injured on your property. In some cases, a court could hold you responsible for damages, if a child or adult falls on your property this Halloween.
If you are injured because of the negligence or carelessness of another person, you are entitled to recover damages under California’s personal injury laws. In most cases, the other party’s insurance company assigns an adjuster to work with you to settle your claim. This person represents the insurance company. An adjuster does not work for you nor the party that caused your injury. The adjuster’s job is to protect the interests of the insurance company by paying the least amount of money for your claim. To perform their job effectively, there are three things that an insurance adjuster hopes you do not know about personal injury claims.
When you are injured in a traffic-related accident, product liability accident, slip and fall (premises liability case), or another personal injury accident, the personal injury laws in California provide a way for you to recover money for your injuries. The money you recover is intended to compensate you for your financial losses (i.e. property damage, lost wages, medical expenses, travel costs, etc.) and your non-economic losses (i.e. pain and suffering damages). An insurance adjuster for the other party may approach you early in your case to offer a settlement for your claim. You should be careful when agreeing to accept a settlement offer for several reasons. As experienced Fresno personal injury attorneys, we want you to receive a settlement amount that is equal to the full amount of damages you suffered because of another party’s negligence. For this reason, we offer free legal consultations so that you can learn about your options before you accept a settlement offer that is lower than the amount you deserve for your claim.
Whether you are in a car accident, bicycle crash, pedestrian accident, slip and fall, motorcycle crash, or commercial truck accident, you can seek compensation from the party who is responsible for the accident. The amount you can recover for an injury settlement depends on a variety of factors. The insurance adjuster for the other party will not tell you if you are settling for less than your claim is actually worth. Our Fresno personal injury attorneys can tell you if an injury settlement is fair or if you should decline the offer and demand a higher amount based on the factors of your case.
This sounds like an odd question because you would assume that anyone involved in a traffic accident would know if that person sustained an injury. However, this is not always the case. After an accident, you may believe that you are “okay” because you do not feel any immediate pain or have any visible signs of harm. However, this does not always mean that you escaped the crash without any injuries. Traffic accidents, including pedestrian, bicycle, and motorcycle crashes, can be violent and cause injuries that are not immediately known to the victim. Some injuries may have delayed symptoms. Therefore, you should always see a doctor after any accident, regardless of whether you feel fine or you believe the accident was “minor.” Even low-impact accidents can cause debilitating injuries.
The days and weeks after an accident can be very confusing and frustrating. As you work to heal physically and emotionally from injuries sustained in the accident, you must also deal with the financial aspects of an injury claim. In many cases, the insurance adjuster for the other party may contact you before you have the chance to consult with an attorney. It is important that you are very careful in how you deal with the adjuster because what you do and say can have a significant impact on your injury claim. We urge you to call our office at 1-800-954-4444 to speak with a Fresno accident attorney as soon as possible after an accident. If possible, you should consult with an attorney before you talk to the insurance adjuster.