Tag Archives: California personal injury lawyer


San Francisco Bicyclist Facing Criminal Charges for Fatal Accident


A San Francisco bicyclist is facing criminal charges for a fatal accident. A California personal injury lawyer discusses the case.


Is Nurse Who Refused to Perform CPR Liable for Woman’s Death?


In March 2013, the Los Angeles Times reported that an 87-year-old woman had died after a caregiver at her nursing home refused to perform CPR. The nursing home, Glenwood Gardens, defended the actions of its employee, arguing that the resident agreed to the CPR policy upon moving in. A California personal injury lawyer discusses the case.


Cruise Ship Mishaps: The Challenges to Collecting Damages


According to the Los Angeles Times, the Carnival Triumph cruise ship left Galveston, Texas on February 7, 2013 for a four-night cruise. Unfortunately, as a result of an engine fire, the boat stalled, causing the 4,229 passengers to be stuck at sea for days with no power, prompting lawsuits from angry customers upon their return. A California personal injury lawyer discusses the challenges to collecting damages after cruise ship mishaps.


Do Safety-Based Incentives Prevent the Reporting of Workplace Injuries?


Each year in California, approximately three-quarters of a million workplace injuries and illnesses are reported. Unfortunately, it is likely that there are many cases that go unreported, explains a California personal injury lawyer.


Lancaster: Female Pedestrian Seriously Injured in Hit-and-Run Accident


A female pedestrian was seriously injured in an accident with a hit-and-run driver. A California personal injury lawyer discusses the accident.


Hospitals Hesitant to Speak with Patients and Families in Cases of Medical Error


A California personal injury lawyer discusses how hospitals’ reluctance to discuss medical error with patients and families impacts their quality of care.