How Can I Avoid A Serious Car Accident During My Family Road Trip? Summer is the deadliest time of year to drive on the highway. The highest fatality rates of the year occur during July and August because of several factors. These factors include an increased amount of vacation travelers, inexperienced teenagers and [...]
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What Is California’s Dog Bite Statute? Millions of California families own a dog or multiple dogs, which means that the possibility of a dog attack is also quite common. Different states have different laws when it comes to dog bites and how liability for these attacks is determined. In California, there are very [...]
How Do I Prove Fault In A Slip And Fall Accident? Slip and fall accidents can occur on someone else’s property, and these accidents can result in unfortunate injuries. When an injury is sustained on another person’s property, it can be confusing trying to determine if the property owner was liable or if [...]
What Are The Different Types Of Car Accidents? Car accidents are one of the main causes of serious personal injuries, and they can result in a wide range of harmful consequences for anyone involved in the incident. When law enforcement is contacted after an accident, the police officer will document and categorize the [...]
Is It Worth Filing A Lawsuit For My Injury? If you have unfortunately suffered injuries from a car accident, slip and fall incident, or any other type of accident, you’re probably facing a lot of questions about your near future. If your injuries were serious, you are probably considering filing a lawsuit. It’s [...]
Millions of people ride public transportation every day, and it’s the number one source of transportation for many people in cities and large towns. Here are some general safety tips to know the next time you’re a public transportation passenger. If You’re Riding On A Bus: Be mindful when you’re waiting at [...]
Our education system in America has come a long way with child abuse in the classroom. You’ve probably heard stories from elderly people sharing their times in school with the paddle and teachers having ruthless disciplinary rules and rants. Times have definitely changed, and laws have been enacted to disallow this blatant abuse from [...]
E. Gordon Wells E. Gordon Wells (1935-2014) was the founding member of Wells, Call, Clark, Bennett & Clawson. Born in southern Nevada, Mr. Wells spent his early years working on the family farm and dairy. He graduated from Brigham Young University in 1961 and U.C.L.A. Law School in 1966. After practicing law in [...]
R. Dayton Call R. Dayton Call was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1977. His entire career has been focused on the representation of plaintiffs in personal injury litigation. Mr. Call received his B.A. degree, with highest honors, from the University of California at Berkeley in 1974 and his Juris Doctor, [...]
Thomas C. Clark Thomas C. Clark graduated from the University of California at Berkeley in 1974 – having majored in anthropology and biological sciences. As an undergraduate, Mr. Clark was honored to have one of his papers published in one of the University’s prestigious archaeological journals. After a year of graduate work at [...]