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Transparency in Police Conduct Laws Now in Effect in California

Two new laws going into effect in 2019 intend to provide more transparency into police activity here in Los Angeles and throughout California. The first law, which went into effect on January 1, makes certain police incidents – including shootings and assaults – public record. The other law, going into effect in July, will provide…

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Collecting Punitive Damages in a Personal Injury Claim

In Southern California personal injury cases, the plaintiff is often entitled to recover economic and noneconomic damages, with the latter relating to pain and suffering, loss of companionship, etc. In addition to these damages, punitive damages are sometimes available to the plaintiff as well under a confined set of circumstances. Punitive damages are applied in…

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Common Back and Spine Injuries Caused by Negligence

Even a relatively minor injury to the back or spine can induce significant discomfort, pain, and even disability. If the negligence or recklessness of another party in the Los Angeles area has led to the injury of your spine, you may have a solid case to recover damages in a personal injury lawsuit. The spine…

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Can I Sue a School if My Child Gets Hurt?

Schools in Los Angeles not only have the obligation to teach our children, but also provide them with a reasonable amount of protection from danger that pose risks for injury. However, when schools fail to act reasonably in this regard, the school district, school itself, or personnel working for the school may be legally liable…

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New CDC Recommendations Issued for Treating Concussions in Kids

The U.S. Centers for Disease Controlling and Prevention (CDC) recently issued a series of criteria for the effective diagnosis and treatment of children who’ve suffered concussions. Derived from a quarter of a century of research, the guidelines cover the management of child concussions and the types of procedures that are likely to produce the greatest…

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Popular Diabetes Drug Tied to Flesh-Eating Genital Infection

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning that a number of commonly used diabetes medications following under the sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitors category have been correlated with a rare yet very dangerous flesh eating genital infection. The FDA first approved SGLT2 inhibitors in 2013. They were developed to help reduce blood sugar…

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Seattle Linebacker Hangs Up the Pads After 6th Concussion

NFL linebacker Joshua Perry, at only 24 years old, has announced his retirement before the start of the 2018-2019 NFL Season. The reason is his most recent diagnosis of a sixth concussion and the concerns it has generated regarding his continued mental health as a consequence. Perry issued a statement on his Twitter account: “Football…

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When an Injury Causes Scarring and Disfigurement

Any accident that causes injury is serious, but some are so serious that they cause permanent scars or disfigurement. This can include physical injury like amputations or burns, but can also include psychological or emotional scarring—like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Damage from physical scars or disfigurement can be treated, or at least minimized, with things…

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