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Malosack Berjis
State of Practice: California
Member Since: 12/29/2012
Last Answer: 06/27/2013

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Malosack Berjis was first licensed to practice law in California in 2012. Malosack graduated from the California State University, Long Beach with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and then went to Trinity Law School. Attorney Berjis is a member of the Beverly Hills Bar Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association Barristers and Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles. She is currently the Attorney at Law Office of Malosack Berjis. Malosack is familiar with Accident, Auto Accident and Personal Injury. She is based in Los Angeles, California.

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Answer: The police are prohibited from using excessive force. Thus, if you believe that you have a valid police misconduct case, ...read more
Answer: I'm not sure if I understand your question. However, if you believe that you have a valid case for false imprisonment, ...read more
Answer: You would need to consult with a local civil rights attorney, as soon as possible, to see if you have a potential civil ...read more
Answer: It sounds like a civil rights issue. You would start off by filing an administrative claim with the proper local public ...read more
Answer: To answer your question, nothing "can be done" if such a threat was made in response to your resisting arrest (thus, mak ...read more
Answer: In California, as registered owners of the vehicle, you and your wife can be held liable for up to $5,000 in property da ...read more
Answer: Depending on the statute of limitations in your friend's state, as well as the underlying facts of the situation, your f ...read more
Answer: It sounds like your boyfriend could have a potential police misconduct case for the detective's use of excessive force. ...read more
Answer: In California, you must file the California Government Code Section 910 claim within six (6) months of the assault date. ...read more
Answer: First of all, unfortunately, under the 11th Amendment to the United States Constitution, states are immune from federal ...read more
Answer: The settlement amount, in just about every personal injury case (including yours), really depends on several factors, wh ...read more
Answer: Based solely on the limited information you have provided, absolutelyyour friend can sue for police brutality. It doesn ...read more
Answer: A reasonable amount, for pain & suffering, in just about every personal injury case (including yours), really depends on ...read more
Answer: The total settlement amount, in just about every personal injury case (including yours), really depends on several facto ...read more
Answer: In California, attorneys can submit what is called a "Request for Record Information," to the Department of Motor Vehicl ...read more
Answer: The settlement amount you should ask for, in just about every personal injury case (including yours), really depends on ...read more
Answer: Unless you suffered some sort of an injury (or, damages), you do not really have enough to take any kind of legal action ...read more
Answer: You can file both state and federal lawsuits, assuming that the statute of limitations, for each action, has not expired ...read more
Answer: The amount you should demand, in just about every personal injury case (including your slip-and-fall matter), really dep ...read more
Answer: Whether a particular dollar amount is "enough settlement," in just about every personal injury case (including your son' ...read more
Answer: Certain types of evidence, such as evidence of settlement offers, are not admissible because public policy favors the be ...read more
Answer: You would need to contact a workers compensation attorney.
Answer: Yes, $100,000 is the maximum you could get from the at-fault party's insurance company, if you were the only individual ...read more
Answer: Yes, you can potentially sue the car manufacturer (among several other parties) if your vehicle's airbags failed to depl ...read more
Answer: Yes, you can potentially sue the car manufacturer (among several other parties) if your vehicle's airbags failed to depl ...read more
Answer: The "average settlement dollar amount," in just about every personal injury case (including yours), really depends on se ...read more
Answer: Unfortunately, a lot more details are needed in order for anyone in this forum to give you any kind of an answer. You ne ...read more
Answer: Absolutely there are many laws that say that. (See your state's penal code.) That is why people who commit acts, such a ...read more
Answer: The amount you should settle for, in just about every personal injury case (including yours), really depends on several ...read more
Answer: Questions, such as the one you have presented, are very fact-intensive, meaning that many more facts are needed in order ...read more
Answer: Before filing any kind of lawsuit, you have to report the claim to both your insurance carrier and that of the other dri ...read more
Answer: The "average amount of settlement for an injury," in just about every personal injury case (including yours), really dep ...read more
Answer: Yes, you can potentially sue them based on an oral contract (that is, assuming that the statute of limitations has not e ...read more
Answer: In California, the injured party can pursue a claim against both the driver and registered owner(s) of the at-fault vehi ...read more
Answer: You need to contact a local civil rights attorney as soon as possible.
Answer: As the driver, you can be sued. And, the insurance company of the trucking company you were working for is, also, respon ...read more
Answer: Generally, personal injury attorneys are retained based on contingency.
Answer: In California, the statute of limitations, on personal injury cases, is two (2) years from the date of the injury.
Answer: Based on the limited facts that you have provided, you can potentially make a claim against the grocery store's insuranc ...read more
Answer: Actually, your attorney should be speaking with the insurance company.
Answer: Unless you suffered some sort of an injury (or, damages), you do not really have enough to take any kind of legal action ...read more
Answer: First, get your child the medical attention that he/she needs and document his/her injury(ies). Make sure to take photo ...read more
Answer: Yes, you can sue an individual for committing a tort against you.
Answer: In California, as a registered co-owner of the vehicle, you can be held liable for up to $5,000 in property damages and ...read more
Answer: In California, the statute of limitations, on personal injury cases, is two (2) years from the date of the injury.
Answer: No, six (6) months is not too long a wait to sue for a car accident. In California, the statute of limitations, on pers ...read more
Answer: Honestly, you need to retain a personal injury attorney to deal with them. It's amazing how quickly such insurance carr ...read more
Answer: Assuming that you are able to establish an agreement between the two of you that he would pay you back, you can sue him ...read more
Answer: Based on the limited facts that you have provided and barring any statute of limitations issues (as you do not provide a ...read more
Answer: Your best bet is to just file a report/complaint with the store manager because, although you can file suit in small cla ...read more
Answer: As long as you have uninsured motorist coverage, you can seek damages for lost wages, medical treatment, pain & sufferin ...read more
Answer: In California, the statute of limitations, on personal injury cases, is two (2) years. However, there are exceptions. Yo ...read more
Answer: If you have auto insurance, your carrier will handle it for you (including defending you, in the event of a lawsuit).
Answer: I am really having trouble understanding how suing yourself would solve any of your problems.
Answer: It depends on whether or not the grocery store was negligent. Also, the store may have med pay coverage you can collect ...read more
Answer: You can try getting a restraining order against her.
Answer: You are absolutely correct (if the manufacturer is, in fact, responsible for your injuries) you should not be financiall ...read more
Answer: In California, you have one (1) year from the date you knew or should have known about the injury, or three (3) years fr ...read more
Answer: In California, both the driver and the owner of the vehicle are liable. However, owner liability is limited to $5,000 in ...read more
Answer: She needs to go to the district attorneys office, and see if theyll investigate and possibly press charges.
Answer: The 'value' of just about every personal injury case (including yours), really depends on several factors, which include ...read more
Answer: Forward the lawsuit to your insurance carrier.
Answer: He can potentially have default judgment entered against him.
Answer: Yes based on the limited facts that you have provided, you can very likely pursue a claim against their insurance compan ...read more
Answer: Sorry to hear about your accident. The settlement amount, in a personal injury case, such as yours, really depends on se ...read more
Answer: First of all, in California, the statute of limitations, for a personal injury claim, is two (2) years. Secondly, just ...read more
Answer: Ask the school (*i.e.*, daycare center).
Answer: In California, for example, the statute of limitations, for personal injury claims, is two (2) years. However, in some ...read more
Answer: Yes, you can sue a couple of different parties, including the employer and the co-worker.
Answer: Absolutely there is something that you can do with this. It sounds like you have a potential product liability claim ag ...read more
Answer: Judges have judicial immunity, and thus, are immune from civil liability.
Answer: Sure, you can sue her. However, you're not likely to succeed in your lawsuit, since you gave her permission to drive yo ...read more
Answer: You can sue but, unless you suffered some sort of an injury (or, damages)for example, you choked on one of the large chu ...read more
Answer: Is your carpal tunnel as a result of entering orders that is, is it a work-related injury? If so, then file a worker's ...read more
Answer: In California, personal injury settlements (and awards) are considered (a) community property if the cause of action aro ...read more
Answer: Your attorney should have filed a minors compromise.
Answer: The value of just about every personal injury case including yours, really depends on several factors, which include (bu ...read more
Answer: In California, there is a two-year statute of limitations in wrongful death cases. The fact that your daughter was a mi ...read more
Answer: Based on the information you have provided, you could possibly have a claim for invasion of privacy, based on intrusion ...read more
Answer: Of course you can sue Hyundai and sue them for as much as you want. Now, whether you will be able to collect anything, ...read more
Answer: You should check with your own insurance carrier to see if your policy includes uninsured motorist benefits.
Answer: California's Proposition 213 limits the compensation recoverable by an uninsured injured driver to only economic damages ...read more
Answer: As long as you were not excluded under your father's policy, then yes based on the limited facts you have provided, thei ...read more
Answer: The amount given for pain & suffering, in just about every personal injury case (including yours), really depends on sev ...read more
Answer: Yes, you should request that the establishment cover your medical bills. However, you should have a personal injury att ...read more
Answer: One can get into a lot of "trouble with the law" for insurance fraud.
Answer: Well, after seeking medical attention (if needed), you should contact a local personal injury attorney to guide & assist ...read more
Answer: If you are (specifically) excluded from your mom's insurance policy, then that means you were not insured at the time of ...read more
Answer: Then settlement amount, in just about every personal injury case (including yours), really depends on several factors, w ...read more
Answer: Assuming that your vehicle was equipped with side airbags, then you could, very well, have a case against the manufactur ...read more
Answer: Not that I am aware of. Is this something that you were told by an insurance adjuster?
Answer: Yes, you should definitely get an attorney especially, after an accident (and circumstances) like yours.
Answer: Based on the information you have provided, ABSOLUTELY. I am assuming that you have already sought medical treatment (u ...read more
Answer: Barring any other potential issues with the claim, you need only be covered at the time of the incident.
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