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August 26, 2011

Injuries From Police Spark Interesting Tort Questions….

Most often, civil lawsuits center around claims between two private citizens involving personal injury, negligence or strict liability. On occasion, lawsuits involve a public or private corporation or company suing or being sued in its capacity as a business entity. However, even more rarely, a civil lawsuit will involve a governmental body as a defendant against a plaintiff injured by…
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August 25, 2011

Latest on California’s Roadways…..

We always like to keep you updated on the latest from the CHP as you navigate around California- not only so you can avoid monstrous traffic delays but also as a reminder of the potential for tragedy as so many of California's drivers are driving distracted and recklessly. We hope that none of you are ever involved in an accident…
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August 25, 2011

UPDATE: Baby Tossed From Fourth Story Dies, Father Defends Mother

We reported Tuesday about the tragic turn of events that took place at the parking garage adjacent to the Orange County Children's Hospital. Inexplicably, a mother of a seven-month old infant tossed her child from the fourth story of the garage where it landed on the sidewalk below. Onlookers rushed to the scene, reported the events and the baby was…
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August 23, 2011

Horrific Scene at Orange County Children’s Hospital

Some acts of inhumanity are so horrific we can barely believe our words as we type them. In an unspeakable event of unsurpassed magnitude, law enforcement reported today that a woman tossed her three-month old infant off the fourth-story parking garage adjacent to the Orange County Children's Hospital. The incident occurred hours after the woman's husband, also father of the…
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August 1, 2011

Hiker Meets Tragic Death on Popular Trail

While we normally report on pedestrian accidents upon California roadways, it is also foreseeable that those engaging in recreational hiking activities are just as vulnerable to injury and death. Many parts of California offer remote access to mountainous regions perfect for camping, hiking and escaping the bustle of the busy Southern California lifestyle. As with any activity, it is vital…
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July 30, 2011

Fullerton Police Offer to Settle with Family of Beaten Homeless Man

The City of Fullerton offered to settle with the family of a homeless schizophrenic man who died after a run-in with law enforcement. The settlement offer, topping $900,000, would be in exchange for the relinquishment of any civil claims against the city for misconduct or assault by the Fullerton officers responsible for the man's death. The victim's father recounts the…
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July 30, 2011

Pedestrian Killed in Ventura

California cities and municipalities enact laws to protect pedestrians from injuries caused by motorists. Pedestrians are required to cross the street only in designated areas and must wait for permission to cross the street when the roadways are clear. Jaywalking is a crime in most jurisdictions and punishes pedestrians for crossing busy streets in the middle of the block where…
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July 19, 2011

Latest Action on California Roadways

Leading the news today is a story about a homeless man who was tragically struck and killed during a high-speed pursuit between California Highway Patrol and another driver. The man was hit on a Fresno off-ramp while asking for change from motorists. Many people recognized the man and described him as kind-hearted and caring. Those who knew the victim are…

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