What is Pure Comparative Negligence and Which Kinds of Cases Involve It

Comparative negligence systems are of two types: “modified” and “pure”. The pure comparative negligence system compensates plaintiffs only when their fault does not go beyond a certain percentage. It is up to the judge or jury to determine the portion of the fault that is attributable to parties involved in an injury case. California uses…

If a Car and Cycle Collide, Which Party is at Fault for it?

Owing to the climate and the citizens’ environmental awareness, motorcycles and bicycles have become the transportation means of choice for a huge segment of California’s population. This means that motorcycle and bike riders must share the highways and streets of the US state with other automobiles. Even though it may appear that auto drivers are…