Don't you mean the First, Second or Fifth? No. The Seventh.
Drunk driving has been the center of an enormous amount of advocacy and policy research for decades. Despite all of this work, drunk driving is still one of the primary causes of fatal car accidents in California and the rest of the nation. Last week, the National Transportation Safety Board announced a new proposal that it hopes could help prevent hundreds of these crashes every year: a new standard for drunk driving.
A judge in Philadelphia will soon decide whether more than 200 former NFL players will be allowed to seek compensation for their concussion injuries in court.
In an indication of how much compounding pharmacies have taken advantage of the absence of regulatory oversight, a government inspection of a facility this week led to yet another product recall.
It has been months since public health authorities registered another fatality related to the tragic fungal meningitis outbreak traced to a contaminated compounding pharmacy last fall. Two people died in the last month alone, bringing the total national fatality count to 51.
when an aggressive and fast-moving fire forced them out of the building. Fortunately, none of the guests died in the blaze but 14 people suffered injuries. Three guests were hospitalized in critical condition.
Water is a big deal in California. Consequently, there is an entire sub-specialty of California law dealing with water and other environmental issues, based in part on the notion that natural resources belong to everyone. This was bolstered by a 1983 U.S. Supreme Court decision in a California case that the government has a duty to protect the "people's common heritage" under the public trust doctrine.
What could be thought of as a freak accident has led to an $8 million dollar award to a homeowner. This represents a slap in the face for insurance companies that have traditionally denied legitimate claims or responded with lowball offers. Insurance companies hoping to reduce claims paid out would do well to pay attention - what was originally a $220,000 claim became much more costly.
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Girardi | Keese attorneys have won a $2.3M verdict for a Long Beach resident run over by a Parks & Rec truck. Read more here.
Attorney Christopher T. Aumais persuaded a San Bernardino County jury to deliver an exceptionally high verdict in an area known for low jury awards.
Partner Amy Fisch Solomon was a Champion of Justice in 2015, proving that success in law isn't just about the size of your verdict or settlement.
Read about VW's emissions scandal and
our class action against the automaker.
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