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Serious Injuries

Serious Injuries

Severe injuries resulting from accidents can include, traumatic brain damage, head injuries, hemorrhages, lacerations to the face and body, skull fractures, eye injuries including loss of eyesight, nerve damage, temporary impairment such as whiplash, and broken limbs.

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Can my Child’s School Be Held Liable for Bullying – Private and Public School Responsibility for Bullying

Can my Child’s School Be Held Liable for Bullying – Private and Public School Responsibility for Bullying

Bullying is a continuing problem facing hundreds of thousands of children enrolled in private and public schools.  Recent California Legislation has set ground rules which schools must follow once they have actionable knowledge of bullying in a school. Seth’s Law – California Anti Gay and Homosexual School Bullying Law:  Seth’s law is a new anti […]

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Animal Truck Hauling Accidents – Horse Farming Truck Hazards

Animal Truck Hauling Accidents – Horse Farming Truck Hazards

Injuries occurring from the transportation of animals and or livestock are an ever growing problem. When cargo carriers, truckers, interstate haulers or anyone involved in such transportation is involved in an accident, the results can be serious. Generally this type of cargo is carried by large load or wide load trucks. When there is a […]

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Gym and Health Club Injuries

Gym and Health Club Injuries

Gym’s and health clubs around the country advertise themselves as an arena where individuals can improve their health, and overall quality of life.  They offer dozens of classes, machines and activities that do in fact help people in their day to day lives, as well as improve their overall health.  However, as the fitness industry’s […]

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Fourth of July Firework Injuries

Fourth of July Firework Injuries

Fourth of July Firework Injury Attorneys The 4th of July is unarguably the greatest day in United States history.  It marks the birth of our nation, and the beginning of our liberation under British rule.  Specifically, on July 4, 1776,  we celebrate the independence of the greatest country in the world.  Some famous quotes from […]

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Gruesome Pedestrian Accidents

Gruesome Pedestrian Accidents

While a lot of individuals prefer to walk than to drive their cars or ride the subway, pedestrians should practice safety measures and caution during entering heavy traffic. As stated by the National Highway Safety Administrations, an alarming and staggering 4,370 pedestrians were reported dead in 2008 due to traffic accidents while more than 60,000 […]

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The Colonel, KFC and Salmonella

The Colonel, KFC and Salmonella

Salmonella poisoning resulted in a $10,000,000 (Ten Million Dollar) verdict being entered against KFC for harm suffered to one of its customers. While KFC vows to appeal the ruling, it never-the-less sheds light on an important and dangerous issue, food quality and its potential impact. As the facts in the aforementioned case outlines, salmonella poisoning […]

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Collection Agency Stole My Money, What Should I Do?

Collection Agency Stole My Money, What Should I Do?

With today’s economy many hard working people have become victim to a recent scam involving credit or collection agencies stealing funds from either debtors or parties who use their services. Our offices at Downtown LA Law have dealt with cases involving collection agencies attempting to collect a debt which is either not due, is past […]

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Horse Accident Injuries, Do Waivers Limit Liability?

Horse Accident Injuries, Do Waivers Limit Liability?

Waivers are critical to limiting liability for those who are injured as a result of accidents. Horse back riders are aware that as a condition to being permitted to ride or engage in the activity, they are required to waive there rights. Many times these agreements are “unconcionable” or “adhesive” in nature, where they absolve […]

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PG and E Time to Pay Up

PG and E Time to Pay Up

PG&E was required today to pay a $70 million dollar settlement as a part restitution effort by the city of San Bruno for losses suffered as a result of gas pipeline explosion. While the settlement which is due within 30 days covers the structural losses suffered, it does not cover the civil litigation brought by […]

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Marijuana Dispensaries, Grow it or Close It

Marijuana Dispensaries, Grow it or Close It

California courts recently ruled that marijuana collective dispensaries are now legal and cannot be regulated by city ordinances. While the courts have ruled that the former city ordinances and regulations are invalid regulations, they did stipulate that dispensaries will be required to actually grow the marijuana sold. This new regulatory action in California Drug Laws […]

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Convicted Criminal Drinks Magic Poison in Court

Convicted Criminal Drinks Magic Poison in Court

In a Broward County Florida Courthouse Thursday morning a man that was found guilty of armed trespassing and other weapons charges drank what many in the courtroom described as a mysterious potion from a bottle.  Afterwards the recently convicted man fell to the floor and collapsed. According to police and court reports the man is […]

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Does Your Robot Know How to Poop?

Does Your Robot Know How to Poop?

By: Downtown LA Law   We’ve all seen that lazy, annoying neighbor that loves to let his dog poop all over your lawn. Most of the time, these owners simply ignore the feces their pets leave behind and leave the mess to the disgruntled owner. Well, soon owners may have a new pet to clean […]

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Giant Sea Monster Discovered in New Zealand

Giant Sea Monster Discovered in New Zealand

The Attorneys at Downtown LA Law would like to send heartfelt Congratulations to the discovery of a giant never before found sea monster of the shores of New Zealand.   The sea monster, a gargantuan prawn was discovered a few days ago off the shores of New Zealand in the cambric trench.   The ‘supergiant amphipod’, […]

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Obama is an Apple Fanatic – Detests Windows PC

Obama is an Apple Fanatic – Detests Windows PC

Does President Barack Obama Love Apple? Well the answer may be found in the recent spending data on his 2012 re-election presidential campaign. According to the recent data that released by the presidential re-election committee Barack Obama has spent more than 45 million dollars so far.   Of the 45 million dollars spent, which by […]

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