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Determining Wrongful Death Damages and Recovery Amount

Posted on May 21, 2019
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What Is the Wrongful Death Lawsuit Settlements Average in California? It is a very difficult time for family members when they lose a loved one, and impossible to quantify the loss monetarily. However, there are state laws that allow family members to recover compensation for the damages they suffered. Compensation in a wrongful death lawsuit … Continue reading

New California Bill Could Benefit Hit-and-Run Accident Victims

Posted on April 26, 2019
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On March 19, a new bi-partisan state bill will be heard in the Assembly Public Safety Committee. The bill, if passed, could potentially amend a state law that benefits DUI drivers who are able to have a shorter prison sentence after a  hit-and-run accident. What Will This New Bill Change for Hit-and-Run Victims? The bill … Continue reading

Understanding Medical Mistakes in the United States

Posted on January 3, 2019
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Health care in the United States is often touted as among the best in the world. However, recent studies have shown that American health care has a dark secret. According to a famous study published in British Medical Journal (BMJ), medical errors could be the third-leading cause of death in the country. In fact, the … Continue reading

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Negligent Drivers Must Be Held Accountable for Wrecks

Posted on December 18, 2018

San Diego is known as a city that is friendly to pedestrians. The issue with this is that not all drivers take the time to ensure that people who are walking about can do so safely. Without cooperation from everyone, there are going to be accidents that involve people who are walking around or riding … Continue reading

Failing to Diagnose Uterine Cancer Can Be Fatal

Posted on December 11, 2018

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), while there is an overall trend that cancer diagnoses are decreasing, the same cannot be said for uterine cancer. Those with the highest risk appear to be African-American women. The CDC concluded that one factor that causes this uptick is the high rate of obesity … Continue reading

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