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Motorcycle Accidents are Rising Steadily

By kmarks | October 29, 2014 |

Throughout 2013, more than 114,000 people were involved in motorcycle accidents resulting in serious injuries. Most of these accidents were not caused by the motorcyclists. Conversely, other drivers are more often than not the cause of accidents involving motorcyclists. Due to their vulnerability, motorcyclists tend to be more careful and are very diligent in looking…

Airbags a Major Safety & Product Liability Threat

By kmarks | October 24, 2014 |

Products Liability Cases from Airbag Injuries Over 14 million automobiles are being recalled due to being equipped with potentially deadly airbags. These airbags, when deployed, send the equivalent of shrapnel from the inflating device into the driver’s face and upper body area, causing severe injuries and/or death. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has attributed…

Jury Awards $3.5 million in California Wrongful Death Case

By kmarks | October 14, 2014 |

The trucking industry in California received a very clear and concise message last week, when a jury in Fresno awarded a family $3.5 million for the wrongful death of a truck driver who died when the truck he was driving caught fire. The fire was caused by a transmission leak, underneath the cab of the…

Car Accident Settlements & Representation

By kmarks | October 8, 2014 |

Is a Personal Injury Attorney Needed in Order to Settle your Car Accident Case? If you have been involved in a car accident where you did not cause the accident, and were injured or incurred expenses due to the accident, your own insurance company may make settling the case confusing or difficult. Most people are…

Do Car Accident Cases Need to go to Court?

By kmarks | September 29, 2014 |

A court trial for a car accident case is usually the last thing a car accident attorney representing the plaintiff or an insurance company wants to have happen. Usually most cases are settled out of court as long as both parties can use good faith in attempting to settle the case. A good personal injury…

Wrongful Death Payouts & Physicians Keep Practicing Medicine

By kmarks | September 25, 2014 |

A married couple (both physicians) suffered an unimaginable tragedy when the wife bled to death in her hospital bed just 2 days after having appendicitis surgery. Married since medical school, the couple had 2 children.  The father was left to explain to their boys why or how their mother was taken from them after having…

CalPac Gas & Electric Ordered to Pay $1.4 Billion in Personal Injury Damages

By kmarks | September 15, 2014 |

Personal Injury Cases Resulting from CalPac Crisis There are many types of Personal Injury cases and the following is one that has received national attention. Recently California’s Pacific Gas and Electric Company was ordered to pay $1.4 billion in penalties by the California Public Utilities Commission for violating safety standards relating to a very deadly…

Motorcycle Accident Deaths Due to Car Driver Negligence

By kmarks | September 11, 2014 |

Recent Events Taking the Life of a Young LAPD Officer An off duty 24-year-old LAPD officer was killed in a motorcycle accident over the weekend and was reported to have died at the scene. The accident happened at around 4:30 p.m. at 234th Street and Western Avenue in Torrance on Saturday. Witness accounts report that…

Energy Drinks Alleged to Have Caused Harm and Death

By kmarks | September 8, 2014 |

The Nations Concerns about the Effects of Energy Drinks Many individuals and organizations across the nation have voiced serious concerns over the usage of energy drinks citing that they allegedly pose severe health concerns especially to young people. Usage of these drinks that contain caffeine is alleged to cause cardiac and cardiovascular problems that could…

Car Accidents Causing More Bicycle Fatalities

By kmarks | September 2, 2014 |

Bicycle Fatalities Resulting In Wrongful Death Lawsuits In one recent incident a driver was arrested and prosecuted for a hit and run accident that killed a bicyclist. Police continue to seek witnesses and the automobile driver testified Thursday that he didn’t see the cyclist and thought he had struck a deer. He said he pulled…

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