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Friday, January 19, 2018
The father of two young boys – ages 7 and 9 – is suing Los Angeles County’s sheriff department for wrongful death after a fatal high-speed car accident left his boys dead. The father, Luis Hernandez, issuing the county after an SUV driven by an on-duty sheriff’s deputy fatally struck his two young boys, Jose and […]
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Thursday, December 7, 2017
Losing your own child is one of the most horrible events in life. Over 23,000 infants die in the U.S. every year, with birth injuries and medical malpractice accounting for most childbirth deaths. Whether an infant dies before birth or shortly afterward, most cases of childbirth death are preventable and can be considered a wrongful […]
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Saturday, November 18, 2017
Losing your child is one of the most horrible challenges life can throw at a parent. This is something parents never see coming, and something that can destroy their lives in an instant. But what to do if your child was killed and you need to file a wrongful death claim in Los Angeles? How […]
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Thursday, August 3, 2017
When you lose someone you love, whether a relative, friend, or spouse, you can go through intense feelings of anger, grief, and seclusion. This is particularly true for children who feel their world has fallen apart. Healing will eventually come but it may take longer than you expected when the death was caused by someone’s […]
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Friday, March 31, 2017
While California’s weather is generally favorable to boaters all year, spring and summer do see an increase in the number of boats actually out in the water. The warmer weather, school breaks, vacation time, and increasing daylight all give people more time to enjoy their hobby. That also means an increase in the number of […]
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Thursday, March 16, 2017
Officials with California’s board of education have barred two campuses of the Bright Futures Academy, a school serving special-needs children, from taking new students. Officially, the decision is related to the school’s inability to meet its contractual obligations and a failure to follow at least one student’s individualized education plan (IEP). There is speculation, however, […]
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Friday, March 10, 2017
While it isn’t unusual for a wrongful death case to settle out of court, it is somewhat unusual to see one settle just as it is about to go to trial. A jury was already chosen in the case of a wrongful death suit involving four members of the same family when attorneys notified the […]
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Wednesday, September 7, 2016
With around 5 percent of people aged 65 or older living in nursing homes, it’s important to reduce the number of falls that take place to prevent injury, disability, and wrongful death. Ten to 20 percent of falls result in serious injuries, with 2 to 6 percent resulting in fractures. Patients who suffer these injuries […]
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Monday, July 4, 2016
Most of us would agree that our lives are worth more than our income. We are more than our jobs; we are spouses, parents, children, friends, and members of the community. Nevertheless, when someone dies, one of the ways that loss is felt by the person’s survivors is by the loss of his or her […]
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Sunday, June 19, 2016
Medical marijuana is now legal in several U.S. states, including California. Like any other medication, marijuana can have side effects for some users. If a user is not warned by the manufacturer or distributor of those potential side effects and suffers negative consequences as a result, that could be the basis for a wrongful death […]
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