Andrew Ronald Gillin’s Guides

Andrew Ronald Gillin

San Jose Car / Auto Accident Lawyer.

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  1. Personal Injury Statute of Limitations in California

    Written by attorney Andrew Gillin, over 2 years ago.

    Personal injury cases are bound by what are called the Statute of Limitations, or the limits on the conditions under which a case can be filed. Often, these have to do with the amount of time between when an accident takes place and when a suit is filed.

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  2. Practicality the Key to winning Personal Injury Cases

    Written by attorney Andrew Gillin, over 2 years ago.

    There are some things every lawyer should keep in mind when evaluating a personal injury cases, and figuring out how to win it. Here are some of the JURISDICTION AND VENUE A lawyer representing an injured person in California (or the family of someone killed in an accident) is ...

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  3. Navigating Disclosure Issues in Settlement Agreement Drafting Process

    Written by attorney Andrew Gillin, over 2 years ago.

    The Fair Employment and Housing Act (Government Code Section 12940 et seq.) permits claims of sexual harassment, sex discrimination, racial discrimination, retaliation and other related assertions arising in the employment setting. When such an action is settled, the tendency of...

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  4. State by State Driving Laws

    Written by attorney Andrew Gillin, over 2 years ago.

    Here is a list of state-by-state regulations to help you learn about your own state’s laws. Overall, we found that the national trend is moving toward stricter graduated license laws for teen drivers, and heightened regulations against distracted driving.

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  5. Where to file an insurance complaint in all 50 states

    Written by attorney Andrew Gillin, over 2 years ago.

    Insurance companies can be unfair. If you think your insurance company–or the insurance company of the person who injured you–may be using deceptive, fraudulent, or manipulative tactics against you or a loved one, we encourage you to file a complaint with the Insurance Department of your home state.

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  6. Senior Driver Safety Checklist & Self Assessment

    Written by attorney Andrew Gillin, over 2 years ago.

    Senior drivers should consider many factors before getting behind the wheel. For most people, age comes with an inevitable decline in eyesight and motor skills. The points below are subject to each individual and may not be universally applicable, but are important considerations...

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  7. California Wrongful Death: Issues to consider when evaluating a new case

    Written by attorney Andrew Gillin, over 2 years ago.

    There are four issues to evaluate before deciding whenther to represent a client in a wrongful death case in California. (1) Does your client have a relationship necessary to pursue a claim? (2) what other parties have a claim; (3) exactly what damages can be sought by whom; and...

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  8. The first 100 days: How To Tackle A Catastrophic Traffic Injury Case

    Written by attorney Andrew Gillin, almost 3 years ago.

    When the biggest case of your career walks into your office, will you know where to start?Even if youve handled a bustling practice, if you treat this case just the same as all the others, you will likely be setting yourself up for failureor at the very least, a mistake that cou...

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  9. US States With Lax Bicycle and Motorcycle Safety Laws

    Written by attorney Andrew Gillin, over 3 years ago.

    Alaska Motorcycle helmets required: Ages 17 and younger; Bicycle helmets required: No law Arizona Motorcycle helmets required: Ages 17 and younger; Bicycle helmets required: No law Arkansas Motorcycl

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  10. US States Without Distracted Driving Laws

    Written by attorney Andrew Gillin, over 3 years ago.

    Alabama Learners permit: 15 years. Restricted License: 16 years. Unrestricted License: 16 years, 6 months. Handheld ban: N/A. Cell phone ban: Under 18 years. Texting ban: Under 18 years. Arizona Lear

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