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Video: What if My Car Accident Was Caused by a Faulty or Recalled Part?

Length: 01:06
Upload Date: December 14th, 2016
Not all car accidents are caused by driver error. Sometimes a malfunctioning or defective vehicle component can lead to an accident, and when that happens, it might be possible to hold the manufacturer liable.If you think your car accident was caused by a vehicle defect, a Watsonville auto accident attorney will be able to answer your questions about a potential claim.
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Video: What if the Other Driver Doesn't Have Insurance?

Length: 01:11
Upload Date: December 14th, 2016
If you’ve been in a car accident where the other driver didn’t have insurance, you may be wondering who will pay your medical bills and other expenses, and whether you will be compensated for your pain and suffering. An experienced Watsonville car accident attorney can help you understand your state’s options after a collision with a driver without auto coverage.
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Video: Who is at fault for my car accident?

Length: 01:12
Upload Date: December 19th, 2016
Determining who was at fault for a car accident isn’t always easy. To make a legal determination of fault, the facts leading up to the accident must be established. A Watsonville auto accident lawyer can help you understand how fault may be determined in your car accident case.
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Video: What should I Do After a Car Accident?

Length: 01:23
Upload Date: March 3rd, 2017
If you’ve been involved in a car accident, you should get yourself to safety first. If the police respond, they’ll write an accident report that may help when dealing with your insurer or filing a personal injury lawsuit. A Watsonville personal injury attorney in your area can help ensure that you take all the necessary steps after your auto accident.
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Video: What is Considered Workplace Discrimination?

Length: 01:42
Upload Date: March 8th, 2017
Under federal law, workplace discrimination occurs when you are treated differently at work due to your sex, race, color, national origin, religion, disability, age (40 and older), or citizenship status. When an employer demonstrates discriminatory intent in hiring, promoting, and disciplining workers based on their status affected workers may have grounds for a claim. A Watsonville employment lawyer can explain how workplace discrimination could apply to your situation.