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Ms. Morgan obtained her Juris Doctor from Chapman University School of Law in Orange, California. She contributes to the improvement of both the local and legal communities, having provided pro- and low-bono legal services, and volunteering at legal clinics and other programs serving the community. View Attorney Sara Morgan's Attorney Bio Here.

DID THE PROPERTY OWNER INCREASE THE RISK? JUDGE STUMPS PLAINTIFFS

By Sara Morgan |

A California couple recently found out that their case for negligence against a ski resort was thrown out of court in Wyoming, where the incident occurred.  Their case against the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort involved similar issues of assumption of risk and premises liability that face plaintiffs here in California.  In January 2017, while… Read More »

Who Do You Sue for a Road Hazard Accident?

By Sara Morgan |

Unfortunately, road hazards are very common in high-traffic areas like California. Since the population is so dense and cars are constantly on the road, the government doesn’t necessarily keep up with all the required maintenance. These hazards can also include objects from construction sites and items that fall off of other cars and trucks…. Read More »

Tips to Stay Safe This Summer as the World Reopens

By Sara Morgan |

This summer, it could be declared to be safe to go outside again and see family members, hang out with friends, return to work, and take your kids to all their favorite activities. Now, with so many people getting vaccinated, and doctors figuring out how to treat COVID-19, the world could somewhat return to… Read More »

VENUE

By Sara Morgan |

Venue refers to the county in which the suit is filed.  The purpose behind these rules is to provide some control to a defendant over where the matter is litigated, so as to make it less difficult or less impractical for the party to mount its defense.  The determination of where venue is proper… Read More »

MARKETING ACTIVITIES IMPACT ON PERSONAL JURISDICTION

By Sara Morgan |

The U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision recently addressing the question of personal jurisdiction of Ford Motor Company, a global auto company that markets, sells, and services its products across the country and overseas.  The underlying case involved injuries that arose from two earlier model vehicles, including a 1996 Ford Explorer that allegedly malfunctioned… Read More »

TIGER WOODS’ CRASH: LONG-TERM MEDICAL CARE AND PERMANENT PHYSICAL INJURIES

By Sara Morgan |

Many of us have heard by now about the horrific crash that Tiger Woods was involved in this week.  The photos of the damage to his vehicle, twisted and mangled, certainly underscore the common reaction that he is “lucky to be alive”.  Hopefully, that phrase will become his mantra and keep his spirit strong… Read More »

What Parties Could Be Held Liable in a Trucking Accident?

By Sara Morgan |

You recently got into an accident with a semi or big truck. Now, you’re wondering: What parties could be held liable in a trucking accident? Am I entitled to damages?  How do these claims work?  What do I need to do? For help with your case, you can reach out to Heiting & Irwin,… Read More »

WHAT MAKES A GOOD SLIP AND FALL CASE?

By Sara Morgan |

A “slip and fall” case is a situation where someone claims that they were injured because of a dangerous condition on someone else’s property.  Many times, these incidents occur at public places, such as parks, on sidewalks or walkways, and at grocery and other retail stores.  They do not have to involve an actual… Read More »

SUBPOENA PROBLEMS: CUSTODIANS OF RECORD (Part 1)

By Sara Morgan |

Subpoenas are a mechanism for obtaining discovery from non-party witnesses or organizations, usually in the form of documents or testimony.  During the course of a personal injury lawsuit, several rounds of subpoenas end up being issued by defense attorneys to obtain the medical and employment records of the plaintiff from medical providers and current… Read More »

TRAGIC WORKPLACE INCIDENT RESULTED IN DEATH

By Sara Morgan |

My heart sank when I ran across an article about a workplace incident that resulted in the death of a 42 year old man on November 10, 2020.  Early reports indicate a 12-1/2 ton mold used in the manufacturing of large product parts for the transportation market had fallen on top of the worker,… Read More »

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