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Family of Deceased Teen Files Wrongful Death Claim Against School

The parents of Kendrick Johnson are seeking unspecified monetary damages in the latest development in a case that was widely reported in early 2013. Johnson, 17, was found in a rolled-up gym mat in his high school gymnasium, and…more
| Personal Injury

Is the California Medical Board Too Slow in Disciplining Doctors?

The case of former San Diego Chargers team physician Dr. David Chao has raised questions about how much the California Medical Board is doing to discipline doctors involved in malpractice claims. Chao has been investigated for a…more
| Health, Professional Malpractice

Seeking Compensation for Catastrophic Injuries in California

Although some effects of a catastrophic injury may be only temporary, others may linger for the remainder of the victim’s life. Fortunately, in the event of a life-changing injury, it is possible for a victim to seek and obtain…more
| Civil Remedies, Personal Injury

Signing Waiver of Liability Agreements at Your Child’s Summer Activities

With the whisk of a pen, you have probably signed dozens of waiver of liability forms on your child’s behalf. Only by signing the legalese-filled document is your child allowed to participate in any given camp activity,…more
| Personal Injury

Drive to Raise Malpractice Cap in California Continues

In 1975, California passed the Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act (MICRA). MICRA limits the amount of money a plaintiff can be awarded for pain and suffering associated with injury through medical malpractice. But more…more
| Civil Remedies, Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice

Driver Beware: Another Toyota Recall

Serious vehicle recalls continue to roll out. In April 2014, Toyota Motors announced recalls that affect more than six million vehicles worldwide…more
| Personal Injury

Contaminated Cheese Products Kill in California

Listeria monocytogenes returned to hospitals and media headlines as another outbreak killed a Californian and sickened seven others…more
| Personal Injury

GM Recall: Knowledge of Deadly Defects

It is a defect linked to at least 13 deaths and 31 accidents. Should using a heavy keychain end a life?…more
| Personal Injury

The U.S. Food Supply: Danger in the Meat Department

A shortage of inspectors in the meat industry raises the specter of contaminated meat on the dinner tables of America. What you do not know can hurt you…more
| Personal Injury

Medical Malpractice at the Dentist’s Office? It Happens!

Many medical malpractice claims are filed because of an incorrect diagnosis or an improper medical procedure performed by a physician. However, malpractice is not exclusive to medical doctors in California. Things can go wrong…more
| Professional Malpractice

Electronic Medical Records Can Increase Errors

President Obama has made the digitization of medical records a national priority. In theory, digitization allows doctors to more easily coordinate care and avoid duplication of tests. But as the American Medical Association…more
| Personal Injury

Chrysler Jeep SUVs Subject to Two Different Recalls for Serious Safety Problems

This past spring, Chrysler announced two separate recalls of several models of its Jeep SUVs because of reports of accidents and deaths caused by dangerous defects. The National Health and Safety Transportation Administration…more
| Personal Injury

Honda Owners Continue to Endure Recalls Published

In 2012, Honda recalled the second-largest number of cars in the United States. This marked the fifth straight year that Honda ranked first or second in recalls. Unfortunately for Honda, and for many consumers, 2013 has proven…more
| Personal Injury

Can a Product Recall Derail Your Personal Injury Case?

According to the Consumer Products Safety Commission, more than 38 million Americans sought medical attention for injuries from consumer products in 2010 alone. Those injured by defective or dangerous products are often entitled…more
| Personal Injury

California’s Medical Malpractice Cap on the Ballot in 2014

In the Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act of 1975 (MICRA), the California legislature placed a $250,000 cap on medical malpractice awards. When it was passed, the purpose of MICRA was to help keep medical malpractice…more
| Professional Malpractice
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