6 Reasons Why It’s Vital to Hire a Los Angeles Wrongful Death Attorney to Spearhead Your Case

You were never prepared for this. No one ever is. The unexpected loss of your family member is one of the most brutal and devastating challenges one can go through in life. And while it may seem as if your overwhelming grief and anger at the at-fault party whose negligence, recklessness, wrongful act, omission to… Continue reading 6 Reasons Why It’s Vital to Hire a Los Angeles Wrongful Death Attorney to Spearhead Your Case

No Charges for Police Involved in Alton Sterling’s Death

37-year-old Alton Sterling was selling CDs outside of a Baton Rouge convenience store when he was fatally shot by police officers. The officers involved, who have been on paid administrative leave since the July 2016 incident, claim that Sterling had reached into his pocket, apparently in search of a gun, when they opened fire. After… Continue reading No Charges for Police Involved in Alton Sterling’s Death

Could Autonomous Cars Lead to an Increase in Wrongful Deaths?

Big corporations and large businesses are often accused of prioritizing their own profits over ethical considerations such as the safety of the general public. A recent example of this can be viewed in the introduction and testing of autonomous vehicles – if these so-called robot cars can be operated without the need for a human… Continue reading Could Autonomous Cars Lead to an Increase in Wrongful Deaths?

ECSO Tasered Themselves Into A Wrongful Death Suit

While short jolts of ‘manageable’ electricity are supposed to render an incorrigible person unharmful, how many zaps are actually necessary? The case of Escambia County Sheriff’s Office vs. Bridges will more than likely answer that question. Filed in Federal court last week, this is one of many national cases where excessive force in detaining an… Continue reading ECSO Tasered Themselves Into A Wrongful Death Suit

America’s Got Talent, and a Wrongful Death Suit

Best known for encouraging people to showcase their talents in front of the judging panel and, perhaps, the entire nation, America’s Got Talent has hit the news for reasons other than controversial eliminations. The family of a woman who died from injuries sustained on an America’s Got Talent set are suing the show, NBC Universal,… Continue reading America’s Got Talent, and a Wrongful Death Suit

When a Car Accident Means “Til Death Do Us Part” Lasts Only 9 Days

After more than ten years together, long-term lovers Christine Jackson and Matthew Newells finally tied the knot earlier in February 2018 but, when they took their vows, neither spouse could have imagined that this would last for just nine days. Mr. Newells had picked his new bride up from the airport after she spent a… Continue reading When a Car Accident Means “Til Death Do Us Part” Lasts Only 9 Days

When Can You File a Wrongful Death Claim?

When a loved one dies because of someone else’s behavior, what would already have been a great loss can become even more painful. Wrongful death is a statutory action, which can provide compensation to the surviving family of a person who has passed away due to the wrongful conduct of another. Normally, wrongful death compensation… Continue reading When Can You File a Wrongful Death Claim?

Handling Juvenile Wrongful Death: How Do You Find Strength to File a Claim After Something So Horrible?

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… Continue reading Handling Juvenile Wrongful Death: How Do You Find Strength to File a Claim After Something So Horrible?

Dealing With Wrongful Death In The Family

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… Continue reading Dealing With Wrongful Death In The Family

School Declared Too Dangerous For Students

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,… Continue reading School Declared Too Dangerous For Students