Jason Austin Joseph Lundberg’s Guides

Jason Austin Joseph Lundberg

San Francisco Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Home Owners Insurance Claims for Accident Injury

    Written by attorney Jason Lundberg, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK

    In all the controversy over home mortgages today, it is to be hoped that homeowners are not letting their homeowners' insurance lapse for lack of funds. That can be a big mistake, because even one major injury on their property can cause a homeowner to lose their life savings or...

    6 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  2. Getting the Most from Your Personal Injury Settlement

    Written by attorney Jason Lundberg, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK

    This article addresses the best way to help your personal injury attorney. There are many things that a plaintiff in a personal injury action can do to assist their attorney. There are also many things that a plaintiff can do to ruin their lawsuit. Never Cooperate with the Ins...

    22 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  3. Personal Injury Claims Against California Government Entities

    Written by attorney Jason Lundberg, about 4 years ago.

    Generally the rule for bringing a law suit in regards to a personal injury matter is two years from the date of injury. However, there are many exceptions to that rule. One of the biggest exceptions to the general rule is any claim related to a government entity. An example wo...

    3 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  4. Third Party Claim for Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress (NIED)

    Written by attorney Jason Lundberg, about 4 years ago.

    As a personal injury attorney in San Francisco, CA, I am constantly in contact with individuals who were involved in an accident of some sort. It may have been a motorcycle accident or a pedestrian accident. There are also situations where a third party or a bystander to the ...

    4 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  5. Third Party Liability for the Criminal Acts of Others

    Written by attorney Jason Lundberg, over 4 years ago.

    Generally No Duty Owed to Protect Against Third Parties Generally, a party does not have a duty to protect an individual from the acts of a third party.  However, there may be a duty to protect an i

    2 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  6. Handling an Uninsured Motorist Personal Injury Claim in California

    Written by attorney Jason Lundberg, over 4 years ago.

    What is UM Insurance Coverage? UM insurance coverage is generally available to anybody who legally operates a motor vehicle and has his or her own insurance policy. You must request to purchase UM i

    3 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  7. Multiple Defendants In California Personal Injury Actions

    Written by attorney Jason Lundberg, over 4 years ago.

    Proposition 51 Proposition 51 was officially adopted on June 3, 1986. Proposition 51 was passed and now each named Defendant to a lawsuit is responsible in proportion to their degree of fault. This

    2 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  8. Beginning Personal Injury Negotiations

    Written by attorney Jason Lundberg, over 4 years ago.

    Preparation for the Negotiations As a personal injury attorney in San Francisco, I have seen parties attempt to exaggerate their claim or their injuries. This usually ends up poorly for the attorney

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  9. Parental Liability for the Acts of a Minor Child

    Written by attorney Jason Lundberg, over 4 years ago.

    General Rule — No Liability The general rule for responsibility for the act of a minor child is that parents are not responsible. The Court has written, “traditionally, under the common law, the me

    2 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  10. Duty of Care Owed to Pedestrians

    Written by attorney Jason Lundberg, over 4 years ago.

    Duty of Care Owed to Pedestrians It seems fairly obvious that a driver has a duty to use care toward pedestrians in California, as well as every other state. A pedestrian also has a duty of care tow

    4 people found this Legal Guide helpful

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