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Rise in Hate Crimes, Immigrant Labor Exploitation, and Disney Lawsuits

California’s August News Round-Up Features Civil Rights Violation Lawsuits, Dog Bites, and Plane, Train, or Boat Accidents During summer, forest fires are the cause of many accidents. Fires often cause numerous human and material losses. This was the case with the Maui fires. Although to a lesser extent, deaths and personal injury cases have also […]

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Police Misconduct: How Do I Sue The Police for Violating Civil Rights?

May 26, 2023 Alan Ahdoot Accidents, Assault, Gunshot Wound, Misconduct, Negligence, Police

Sometimes, police officers misuse their authority, leading to mistreatment and excessive use of force against defendants, convicts, and even innocent civilians. Although the police are granted broad powers to maintain public order, they have a responsibility to safeguard and respect the civil rights of all citizens and to prevent misconduct. If you have been a […]

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Understanding Assault Cases: What You Need to Know

April 25, 2023 Alan Ahdoot Accidents, Assault, Misconduct

Injuring someone through assault is both a crime and a tort that may lead to both criminal and civil prosecution. Depending on the types of assault cases, penalties may vary. When a victim is injured in an attack or assault, they can file a civil lawsuit for damages. If you or a loved one has experienced […]

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What is Quid Pro Quo Harassment?

January 24, 2023 Alan Ahdoot Accidents, Assault, Misconduct

Workplace sexual harassment has become so prevalent in the US that between 54% and 81% of female employees experience some form of sexual misconduct at work. To make matters worse, 72% of these victims are afraid to report these issues to the local authorities for fear of losing their jobs and facing retaliation. One of […]

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How to File a Personal Injury Claim Against a State or Federal Employee

Currently, there are about 20 million people working in the public sector in the United States. In other words, approximately 15% of the country’s workforce is in federal, state, or local jobs. Local governments, with 14 million employees, and state governments, with more than 5.5 million, hold the majority of jobs. Among the services with […]

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Sheriff’s Deputy Who Killed David Ordaz Jr., Charged with Felony

LASD Deputy Pineda was charged with fatally shooting Ordaz Jr., while the victim was in the middle of a mental breakdown Deputy Remin Pineda has been charged with unlawfully shooting David Ordaz Jr., last year. The officer faces felony charges of assault with a semi-automatic firearm and assault under the pretense of authority. According to […]

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What Are Permanent Disability Benefits?

Accidents can happen to anyone at any time. Even with safety precautions in place, there’s no way to prevent them, especially if they’re due to human error or being in a high-risk job.  Some people recover easily after getting involved in work-related accidents, while others may suffer from severe injuries that cause permanent disabilities. The […]

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Long Beach Stabbing Spree Leaves 3 Injured, 1 Dead

November 1, 2022 Dev Jain Accidents, Assault, Injury, Misconduct, Security, Wrongful Death

One woman died, and three other people were injured in a Long Beach stabbing spree in mid-October. The Long Beach Police Department stated that there wasn’t an “active threat” to the public. Authorities confirmed the arrest of one individual in connection with the reported attacks. The officers defined the individual as homeless. Police did not […]

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Students Demand Safety After Stabbing at John Marshall

School alumni protested after the stabbing of two students on campus On October 20, about 500 students at John Marshall High School marched out of school in response to the on-campus stabbing that happened just the day before. The students protested during a break, demanding increased security efforts after two students were stabbed. Nina Buranasombati, […]

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Gun Deaths Hit Record Highs in 2021

Statistics reveal a disturbing increase in suicides and gun deaths in the U.S. in recent years Deaths caused by guns in the United States continued to rise significantly throughout 2021. According to provisional data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number stands at 48,832. Last year now holds the single highest year […]

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