Posts Categorized: Personal Injury

KTL’s Daniel Kramer selected to serve on CAOC’s 2021 Board of Directors

Congratulation's to KTL's Daniel Kramer for being selected to serve on the Consumer Attorneys of California's(CAOC) Board of Directors for 2021. Consumer Attorneys of California is a professional organization that...

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Daniel Kramer and Teresa Johnson receive $2.84 Million verdict in Torrance

In a case that stretches back nearly six years, Plaintiff Carlos Salazar can finally say he has obtained true justice. On April 17, 2018, after a week-long trial in Torrance,...

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Establishing the Liability of an Airport

Airports are large, busy entities with millions of people passing through on a yearly basis. In 2019, over 88 million persons traveled to or from Los Angeles International Airport, up...

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Safety Meetings: Are They Necessary?

Protecting Construction Workers  Construction sites are dangerous. It is the duty of all construction companies to take steps to prevent injuries on a construction site. One method of ensuring safety at a construction...

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So You’ve Been Injured at a Construction Site, What Happens Now?

Kramer Trial Lawyers has a track record of success in personal injury claims in construction site settings. In this article we discuss the differences between a worker’s compensation case and...

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Construction Sites: The Fatal Four

Construction sites are can be a dangerous place. The nature of the work exposes construction workers to hazards in every direction. Whether the hazards arise out of the tools that...

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Construction Site Injuries and the Privette Doctrine

Getting injured on the job can have severe repercussions that can affect the injured worker’s life. Generally, California case law precludes workers from seeking compensation from a general contractor or...

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Electric Scooter Accident? Here’s What You Should Do . . .

Download the app, scan the bar code, and BOOM you are riding an electric scooter around the streets of Los Angeles for less than the price of a cup of...

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