Motorcycles & Lane-Splitting: Who is at Fault?

Motorcycles & Lane-Splitting: Who is at Fault?

During stopped or slow-moving traffic in California, motorcycles are allowed to pass between cars. This maneuver is known as lane-splitting and is only legal in California. The California Highway Patrol published guidelines on motor lane-splitting for experienced...
Wrongful Death: When Should You File a Claim?

Wrongful Death: When Should You File a Claim?

If you have experienced the death of a loved one, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed and confused, whether it was sudden or expected. However, losing a loved one can be doubly difficult to recover from when it was a wrongful death. Families of wrongful death victims can...
The Difference Between a Class Action and Mass Tort

The Difference Between a Class Action and Mass Tort

Class Action and Mass Tort: The Differences Class action and mass tort cases are civil lawsuits with many similarities, yet very distinct differences in how they are “litigated” or processed through the legal system. Despite their differences, both class action and...
How the “July Effect” Puts Patients at Risk

How the “July Effect” Puts Patients at Risk

What is the July Effect? Every July, thousands of medical school students begin residencies, giving them the opportunity for increased responsibility involving patient care. After years of classroom learning, newly graduated doctors are working on real patients in...
The Alarming Dangers of Counterfeit Cosmetics

The Alarming Dangers of Counterfeit Cosmetics

A Dangerous Trend in Knockoff  Beauty Products With the holiday season wrapping up, January is marked with long return lines and refund requests both online and in-store. Many unwanted gifts or ones of incorrect size or kind are sent back to vendors, but what do you...