Wrongful Death

Emo-rapper Lil Peep’s fatal overdose now a wrongful death claim

California is home to much of the nation's music industry and has been no stranger to the tragic passing of well-known artists. Lil Peep was one of the most recent, passing away as a result of drug overdose in 2017 when he was 21 years old. His mother is now accusing some of the people who had worked to manage her son's career of being complicit in his death and has brought a wrongful death lawsuit...
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Death in mental health facility may bring wrongful death suit

As incidents of severe depression increase in California and around the country, treatment for the mentally ill is experiencing increased awareness in the medical community and the general public. A young man was recently admitted to a facility in the Los Angeles area. What occurred there could result in a wrongful death lawsuit.A young man had been adrift and wandering around Los Angeles. He was observed experiencing a mental breakdown and was taken to a facility...
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How can your employer protect your safety at work?

When you leave for work each day in California, you are accepting certain risks that are an inherent part of the job you have agreed to do. These risks may range in severity and in how prevalent they are depending on the industry you work in, how committed your employer is to safety and how current your employer is with the implementation of safety protocols. You uphold a significant portion of responsibility to protect yourself by...
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Family claims that negligent care resulted in woman’s death

When people entrust the care of their elderly family members to a care facility in California, they rely on professionals to provide committed and compassionate care. Many times, families spend considerable time researching their options and discussing which would be the best fit for their loved one's needs. Unfortunately, there are facilities that are careless in the way they handle and treat their patients which can put their patients at risk of injury or death....
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Boating can be deadly

The state of California is full of lakes, rivers, marinas and the ocean coastline, and boating is a popular pastime. While a great source of fun, boating can also be dangerous if the operators do not follow safety regulations and drive sensibly. As a result, boating accidents can lead to serious injury and even death. To help ensure everyone's safety, it is important that boat operators and their passengers understand the guidelines and regulations associated...
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