Paul Y. Lee’s Guides

Paul Y. Lee

Irvine Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Premises Liability -- An Introduction

    Written by attorney Paul Lee, about 3 years ago.

    What is Premises Liability? Premises liability is a body of law that imposes liability on the possessor of land or premises for injuries suffered by persons who are present on the premises. In order for premises liability to apply, the defendant must be in possession of the land...

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  2. What Is A Defective Product?

    Written by attorney Paul Lee, about 3 years ago.

    Product Liability Law Product liability is an area of law that requires manufacturers, distributors and retailers to compensate consumers who suffer damages due to defective products they place in the market. Any partyin thechain ofmanufacture and distribution is potentially liab...

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  3. Maximizing Recovery In Auto Accident Cases

    Written by attorney Paul Lee, about 3 years ago.

    Introduction Alarmingly large numbers of Americans are injured in auto accidents every year. Yet many auto accident claims are not properly handled, and some of the strategic considerations critical to ensuring maximum recovery are not fully explored. A proper evaluation of an a...

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  4. Damages In California Personal Injury Actions

    Written by attorney Paul Lee, about 3 years ago.

    Introduction Damages awarded to a victim of personal injury in California falls into two basic categories special damages (also known as economic damages) and general damages (also known as non-economic damages). Both types of damages are known as compensatory damages or actual...

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  5. Essential Elements of a Motion in California

    Written by attorney Paul Lee, over 3 years ago.

    Motion Itself A motion must contain the following: (1) identity of the party bringing the motion; (2) identity of the party to whom it is addressed; (3) a brief statement of the basis for the motion

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  6. What Is Product Liability? -- An Introduction

    Written by attorney Paul Lee, over 3 years ago.

    Product liability is an area of law that requires manufacturers, distributors and retailers to compensate consumers who suffer damage due to defects in the products they market. Any partyin thechain ofmanufacture and distribution of a product is potentially liable, including the ...

    4 people found this Legal Guide helpful