We are seeing it more and more—young athletes mounting personal injury lawsuits against the schools and coaches they play for. Big-name colleges like Perdue, Notre Dame, and even UCLA have been in the news lately, accused of mishandling injuries accrued during unsanctioned practices and mistreating injuries in lieu of getting the players back on the… Continue reading Explaining The X’s And O’s Of Sports Injuries
When it comes to the types of injuries a person can sustain due to the careless or negligent actions of someone else, a crane collapse is not on top of everyone’s mind. However, a recent incident in a Long Beach neighborhood damaged several homes and harmed one person. At JML Law, we are here when… Continue reading A Crane Collapse Injures One And Damages Homes
With the Californian marijuana market expected to hit over five billion dollars, there is obviously a growing demand for the drug. California is known all across the world for its cannabis use, and why this image is present can only be understood by an analysis of law and statistics. What the statistics say: While there… Continue reading The Dangers Of Driving High
It is no secret that personal injury settlements in product liability cases are not exactly pennies. In many cases, injured victims who are entitled to monetary compensation have the option to decide how they would like to receive their settlement: in a lump sum or as structured payments over a period of time. Fact: If… Continue reading Lump Sum vs. Structured Settlements: The Pros And Cons Of Compensation In A Personal Injury Case
As Southern California is still battling the raging wildfires, which are over 90% contained as of January 5, Northern California officials have estimated the fatalities, damages, and losses caused by October’s blazes. It’s been a devastating wildfire season for the entire California, where several dozens of lives have been lost, tens of thousands of homes… Continue reading Negligent Use of Warning System During October and December Wildfires: Who is Responsible?
A would-be suicide bomber nearly killed dozens or hundreds of New Yorkers when a crude pipe bomb strapped to his body failed to detonate in Manhattan’s busiest subway corridor during the rush hours on Monday. Reports of the subway terror attack started rolling in in the early morning hours of Monday, sending shivers down the… Continue reading Could New York-Style Subway Terror Attack Happen in Riverside?
Nowhere else will you find as many theme parks, carnivals, and festivals as in Southern California and Los Angeles. While kids and their parents think, “Wow, that’s so much fun!” personal injury attorneys and medical professionals think, “Damn, that’s so much work!” The real danger of amusement parks sprinkles into the media every now and… Continue reading The Real Danger of Theme Parks: Can You Sue Them For Negligence and Personal Injury?
If you’re like most people in Los Angeles, you obviously want to get the best deals on the holiday sales on Black Friday. Millions of people in Los Angeles and all across California wait one year for Black Friday, which, for many, is the only opportunity to afford a costly TV or PlayStation (or even… Continue reading Guide to Staying Safe during Black Friday: What to Do if You Get Assaulted or Injured?
Even though in-flight injuries are rare when compared to car accident injuries, air travel injuries do occur. Most in-flight injuries occur during air turbulence, the most common cause of injury to air travelers. In fact, there are an estimated 60 injuries each year that occur due to air turbulence in the U.S. alone. While in-flight… Continue reading Surprising Truth About Getting Compensated For Injuries on Commercial Planes
October 1, 2017, left an indelible mark on our country. It was the day we lost at least 59 lives and were joined together in sadness, shock, and grief. On this day, a gunman opened up a rapid-fire barrage on a large crowd at a music concert in Las Vegas, Nevada. The gunman, who killed… Continue reading Is It Possible to Get Compensation For Mass Shooting?