Legal News Articles - Personal Injury
March 24, 2006. By Jane Mundy.
In December 2004, Shannon Bamsey from Newport Beach, California was rear-ended as she came to a stop at a red light. The woman who hit her didn't apologize and even worse, the woman's insurance company offered to pay only a portion of Bamsey's medical bills.Read [ In a Car Accident, the Victim is often Innocent ]
March 21, 2006. By Jane Mundy.
Trisha Wellman's life turned upside down last November 2005. A friend was driving her to work when a car, driven by a girl without any insurance, side-swiped them, knocking their van off the road and causing them to hit a hydro pole.Read [ A Car Accident changes your Life in Seconds ]
March 2, 2006. By Jane Mundy.
"My father died because the nursing home neglected to monitor his liquids and intestinal condition. He was dehydrated and constipated - both serious conditions in the elderly. His caregivers ignored his basic needs.Read [ Wrongful Death in Nursing Home ]
February 23, 2006. By Jane Mundy.
"Nothing can bring my husband back to me but these people should be punished for what they did," says Jeannie Finley from Sacramento, California.Read [ Wrongful Death: Organ Transplant Too Late ]
February 14, 2006. By Jane Mundy.
When long-term care was needed for her mother, Carmen Shannon researched and visited many extended care facilities near her home in West Covina, California.Read [ Wrongful Death in Extended Care Facilities ]
February 13, 2006. By Jane Mundy.
An interview with Michael Kelly, a lawyer specializing in class action lawsuits.Read [ Interview with a Class Action Lawyer ]
February 9, 2006. By Jane Mundy.
Tammy Bledsoe's husband died last April, 2005. Larry had just turned 50. Not only has Larry's death torn her apart, she is angry and frustrated: a doctor at the hospital agreed that his death could have been prevented if he wasn't given so many blood thinners.Read [ Wrongful Death, A Widow at 40 ]
February 3, 2006. By Jane Mundy.
Some truck driving schools should pay more attention to road safety than its profit margin. Just ask Eric LaManque. "If you drive so many hours and are inexperienced, trucks are dangerous. I am surprised that more accidents don't happen," he says.Read [ Truck Driving School: a Dangerous Scam? ]
January 30, 2006. By Jane Mundy.
Jay Sullivan and Carole Lee Casillas lost their teenage sons. They are angry because both senseless deaths were preventable.Read [ Wrongful Death and Parents Grief ]
January 18, 2006. By Jane Mundy.
Yet another study has been conducted, revealing that exposure to the metal cadmium significantly increases the risk of developing lung cancer and other malignancies, according to researchers at the University of Leuven in Belgium.Read [ Cadmium Exposure Greatly Increases Cancer Risk ]
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