Blog Posts in 2017

  • An OC Girls' Basketball Team was involved in auto accident.

    An Orange County girls’ basketball team carrying 11 teammates was involved in a rear end auto accident yesterday, November 16, 2017 in Riverside, CA. The girls were traveling to Banning, CA in the afternoon to play a game. The team was riding in a 2003 Ford van when a Jeep Grand Cherokee hit them from the rear. The force of the impact caused a chain reaction. Their van was immediately pushed into ...
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  • Anaheim Previa Fatality

    A woman was killed around 2 AM in Anaheim on the 91 freeway on November 12th, 2017. The accident occurred in Orange County when a Toyota Previa minivan collided with a second car. The woman who lost her life was a passenger in the Previa. The car accident, which resulted in personal injury to other vehicle occupants, also involved a black Toyota sedan rolling over. The vehicles had been driving ...
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  • RMD Law Secures $350,000 Settlement for Clients Injured in Golf Cart Crash

    RMD Law’s team of personal injury lawyers is celebrating another victory, this time for securing clients involved in a golf cart crash $350,000 in Riverside County. Our clients went to a party at the defendant’s massive ranch property. The homeowner gave them permission to drive his golf cart to the guest house, and that’s when disaster struck. Earlier in the day, other party guests had been ...
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  • Is Metrolink Really a Better Alternative for Commuters?

    For people living in the state of California, bad traffic has become a way of life. We are no stranger to the concept of heavy traffic, extended commute times, and a lot of frustrating situations while behind the wheel. In order to combat an increasingly horrible driving situation, the state of California has been promoting the metro as a great way to avoid rush-hour traffic, promising a smoother ...
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  • RMD Got Santa Ana to Pay a Settlement - You'll Be Terrified When You See Why

    RMD Law LLP ’s dedicated attorneys have a lot of experience handling serious injuries, but every once in a while we see some very gruesome cases. Last year, the team got a call from the Santa Ana area describing horrible set of facts – a young boy had his pinky finger amputated while riding a slide at the Santiago Creek Wildlife & Watershed Center. We immediately went out to investigate. What we ...
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  • Things Your Personal Injury Attorney Wishes You Knew

    If you or a loved one suffered an accident or injury due to the negligence or recklessness of another, then you have likely already looked in to the process of retaining an Orange County personal injury attorney you can trust to fight for your rights. However, there are a number of personal injury cases that are far more complicated than expected. Many clients expect their case to be quick and ...
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  • Slip & Fall Cases: When to Sue

    Sometimes, a slip and fall doesn’t truly show the magnitude of its injuries until some time has passed. Even if you’re not feeling any pain or soreness at the time of the fall, this doesn’t mean your injuries won’t take a while to appear--resulting in a number of medical bills, time spent in recovery, loss of work or wages, etc. If you slipped and fell due to the negligence of another, it is ...
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  • Why You Should Never Post About Your Accident on Social Media

    With the advent of social media, people are now more susceptible to than ever to share their personal information to the world. While social media is certainly an exciting and useful way to keep up with people in your life, it can also present a host of problems if you are in the midst of a legal issue. If you have been injured in an accident due to no fault of your own, the last thing you should ...
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  • The Health Insurance Industry Takes Money Straight From Injured Patients' Pockets - And It's Legal

    Many of RMD Law LLP ’s new car accident clients come to us because they have received a mysterious letter in the mail from their health insurance company, threatening them with collections if they don’t pay. Usually the letter says, “Notice of Lien/Claim,” “Subrogation Notice,” or “Request For Claim Information.” This letter may come from The Rawlings Company, Optum, Equian, or other companies ...
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