Auto Insurance Policy Med-Pay: What is it?

Most California automobile insurance liability policies include (or offer to include) medical payments coverage, or “med-pay,” for short. Most people aren’t familiar with med-pay coverages, don’t know whether they have this coverage, and don’t know how to open up or engage such coverage, even though they have paid a premium for it. This column will address and explain the concept, … Read More

County Road Provides Unsafe Sight Distance

Janssen Malloy LLP recently tried a case against CalTrans and State Parks for failing to provide sufficient sight distance at the exit for Grizzly Creek State Park. Based upon a recent decision by the California Supreme Court a case against Lost Angeles County will head to trial based upon a dangerous condition caused by an inadequate sight distance. The California … Read More

CA Requires Training to Prevent Abusive Conduct

California’s law that requires employers to provide annual sexual harassment training to all supervisors was amended to include prevention of abusive conduct. The new law defines abusive conduct as “conduct of an employer or employee in the workplace, with malice, that a reasonable person would find hostile, offensive, and unrelated to an employer’s legitimate business interests. Abusive conduct may include … Read More