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May 2011

May 4, 2011

Gabrielle Giffords Gun Shot Wound Does Not Help Sufferers Of Traumatic Brain Injuries.

Brain injuries can happen anywhere—work, play, home, travel—and happen to anyone, at any age at any time. A simple fall can turn into serious brain damage. A negligent accident can cause paralysis or death. They can seem benign one day, pop up months later and cause catastrophic damage. Traumatic brain injuries can permanently alter the life of the victim and…
Attorney-LawyerAuto Accident LawyerGeneral Legal AdvicePersonal InjuryProduct Liability Lawyer
May 4, 2011

Sony Class Action Lawsuit As It Relates To Personal Injury.

Sony Corporation has had a tough few weeks in regards to customer account security. The first alleged breach caused Sony’s Qriocity streaming media and PlayStation Network (PSN) services to go down and the loss of 77 million customer records. A devastating blow in and of itself that has apparently gotten worse. More recently, a second case occurred where Sony Online…
Case Of The Week
May 3, 2011

California Case Law Highlights: Week of May 2

Varshock v. California Dept. of Forestry and Fire Protection: In a case considering California's Tort Claims Act, the California Court of Appeals held that the Dept. of Forestry and Fire Protection is not liable for the deaths of multiple private citizens after it instructed them to seek protection inside a fire truck as it fought wild fires. The residents of…
Attorney-LawyerGeneral Legal Advice
May 3, 2011

What Exactly is Negligence?

A personal injury attorney generally sues on your behalf under the legal concept of negligence. While personal injury can fall under other categories, negligence is by far the most commonly applied theory. The word negligence derives from the Latin word negligentia, meaning “not to pick up something.” This makes sense as applied to our current American negligence law. The law…