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Gabrielle Union’s Breach of Contract Lawsuit Against BET

By Andrew Ritholz |

The future of BET’s top-rated show Being Mary Jane is unclear as its star Gabrielle Union has filed a $3 million breach of contract action against the network and the production company responsible for producing the show. Union, who also has a thriving film career in addition to her work on Being Mary Jane,… Read More »

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How Are Damages Calculated After an Injury?

By Andrew Ritholz |

If you’ve been injured in an accident, an act of violence, or through exposure to a defective drug, product, or toxin, you may be feeling a number of emotions: pain, stress, a sense of injustice, confusion, helplessness, and anxiety. Certainly, bringing a personal injury suit can help you reclaim a sense of power and… Read More »

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Heartbreaking: A DUI Hit-and-Run at the Hollywood Museum of Broken Relationships

By Andrew Ritholz |

The Museum of Broken Relationships recently opened on the Hollywood Walk of Fame as a place where visitors could observe the remnants of break-ups and divorces, including photos, letters, and other mementos of relationships gone south. The sad location became all the more sad in September when two pedestrians were struck by a driver… Read More »

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Add Washing Machines to List of Exploding Samsung Products

By Andrew Ritholz |

Only a month after Samsung recalled 2.5 million of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones for explosion and fire risks that had led to numerous injuries, the appliance manufacturer is back in the news for explosion risks related to another of its flagship products: washing machines. On September 28, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission… Read More »

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An irresponsible texting driver is about to run over a pedestrian at an intersection which shows how dangerous texting and driving is. Stop the text and stop the wrecks.

Can I Recover Money From a Hit and Run Pedestrian Accident?

By Andrew Ritholz |

There are few things more shocking and unjust than being struck by a car or truck only to have the driver flee the scene. As with any vehicle accident involving a pedestrian, it is the pedestrian who nearly always suffers the worst injuries, and because the pedestrian was not driving at the time, he… Read More »

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When Does a Slip, Trip, or Fall Form the Basis of a Lawsuit?

By Andrew Ritholz |

You have no doubt heard the phrase “slip and fall” in the context of personal injury law and heard about large settlements and verdicts, and you may have wondered what separates those types of situations from a regular slip, trip, or fall which may not form the basis of a viable lawsuit. After all,… Read More »

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Two Men Die in Pasadena Truck Accident on I-210

By Andrew Ritholz |

Five vehicles, including one truck, were involved in a deadly crash last month on the I-210 in the Pasadena foothills that caused the deaths of two men in one of the cars involved. The two men were both in a red 2004 Buick involved in the five-car collision were both from Marin County. The… Read More »

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What If I Aggravate an Existing Injury in a Slip and Fall Case?

By Andrew Ritholz |

It’s a very common scenario that a plaintiff who has had a slip and fall on a slippery or otherwise dangerous surface can aggravate an existing injury such that medical attention is required and pain and limited mobility persists. In many cases, the injury might not have been serious enough to warrant medical attention… Read More »

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Can a Sports Organization Be Liable for Wrongful Death?

By Andrew Ritholz |

So-called extreme sports are becoming increasingly popular in recent years, with triathlons, mixed-martial arts, ultra-long-distance runs, and other sports that push the human body to its limits becoming more and more part of the mainstream in the US and abroad. These sports can indeed occasionally push the human body beyond its limits and result… Read More »

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What Is Adult Foster Care and How to Spot Elder Abuse

By Andrew Ritholz |

The elderly are some of the most fragile members of our society, and the ones most in need of care. Unfortunately, their vulnerability also makes them prime targets for abuse. Too often, this abuse occurs at the hands of those who are directly responsible for their care. Every year, more than half a million… Read More »

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