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How To Recognize Hidden Abuse In Foster Children

By Andrew Ritholz |

The foster care system in America has struggled with financial and moral maintenance for many years now. Every year thousands of children are placed into foster care for a temporary or permanent time period, and most of them are removed from their biological parents because of neglect or abuse. The country has a responsibility… Read More »

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Are Automakers Avoiding Liability for Autonomous Vehicles?

By Andrew Ritholz |

Here in California, if an automobile equipped with autonomous drive functionality caused a crash while in driverless mode, the makers of that vehicle could be held responsible for the crash. This seems like a pretty common-sense solution to a potentially complicated problem, but would it surprise you to learn automakers almost avoided liability for… Read More »

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Why Do Employees Sue Their Employers?

By Andrew Ritholz |

It takes hard work to establish a successful business. You have to set up a viable business model, manage connections to suppliers, and deliver a product to your customer base. You must do this in order to turn a profit. However, there are many obstacles on the road to getting your business to profitability…. Read More »

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Do Medical Facilities in California Have to Report Child Abuse?

By Andrew Ritholz |

In California, the staff in medical facilities have certain obligations to the patients that go there for care. However, staff at Sutter Amador Hospital may have neglected that duty when a 7-week-old infant was brought into their care. Now, that 6-year-old and his adopted family are seeking justice for the child abuse this hospital… Read More »

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How Do I Collect a Personal Injury Judgment From a Defendant?

By Andrew Ritholz |

If you have suffered personal injury and already won a judgment for financial recovery in a personal injury suit from a defendant, then you may feel like your job is done. But the most challenging aspect of your road to financial recovery may be just starting. Although a judge or jury may have found… Read More »

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Is it Elder Abuse to Convince Someone to Change A Will

By Andrew Ritholz |

It’s the stuff of tabloid journalism and soap opera plots: a suave individual comes into the life of an older person late in life, and friends and family members are shocked (or not shocked, as the case may be) to find that their loved one changed his or her will right before death in… Read More »

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New Study Gives State-by-State View of How We Get Injured

By Andrew Ritholz |

Is your body in perfect working order at this moment? Chances are, it is not. British researchers released a report in 2012 finding that the average person suffers 124 ailments each year, which means they suffer nearly 10,000 such ailments over their lifetime (9,672 to be exact). The criteria for ailment in that study… Read More »

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What Happens When Road Rage Causes an Accident?

By Andrew Ritholz |

The phrase “road rage” is recognized and used all over the country these days, but you may recall that the Los Angeles area has the dubious distinction of being the birthplace of the term after driver shootings on the 405, 110, and 10 freeways in the late 1980’s prompted newscasters to start calling these… Read More »

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Can I Recover in an Auto Accident Lawsuit if I Was Jaywalking?

By Andrew Ritholz |

In many collisions involving automobiles and pedestrians, the driver of the car will argue that the pedestrian was at fault for not following the law. And, it is in fact the case that a number of such collisions do involve pedestrians who entered the street either against the light or where there was not… Read More »

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Can I Sue for a Dog Bite in California?

By Andrew Ritholz |

A dog bite may not seem like the kind of action you sue over until you see the devastating consequences of a dog bite up close. Dog bites, especially those that break the skin, can involve expensive trips to the emergency room, thousands of dollars in medical bills, prolonged pain and suffering, and extended… Read More »

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