Losing someone you love is like seeing a piece of your heart on the floor and never being able to pick it up. It’s like losing your breath from a hit on the chest. Losing a child, regardless of how old, is amplified in pain. Then, to know that your loved one’s life was taken… Continue reading Wrongful Death Suits Bring Major Costs to the Community
No matter what anyone else tells you, people are never really prepared to lose their loved ones. And in addition to grieving and being overwhelmed by the loss of their loved one, surviving family members have to navigate the confusing waters of wrongful death law in California. Although no money in the world can compensate… Continue reading Potential Legal Problems With Your Wrongful Death Case In California: A Guide To Avoid Failure
A death of a dearly loved family member is always a traumatizing and complicated experience, and so is recovering compensation by filing a wrongful death lawsuit in California. Not only are wrongful death lawsuits expensive and exhaustive, but also confusing. This is why the vast majority of heirs of deceased persons in Riverside and all… Continue reading A Comprehensive Guide To Filing A Wrongful Death Claim In California
Even though many people in California tend to believe that it is not possible to pursue wrongful death benefits after a suicide, it actually is. Moreover, it may be possible to sue social media trolls and bullies for causing your loved one to commit suicide. California courts take suicide-based wrongful death cases seriously, as cases… Continue reading How Social Media Trolls And Bullies Can Be Held Liable For Suicide?
Police officers responding to a call in Sacramento on Sunday, March 18 have fatally shot an unarmed man in the backyard of his own home. Two officers from the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department have been placed onto paid administrative leave following the incident, which took place at around 9.25 pm on the 7500 blocks of… Continue reading Unarmed Man Fatally Shot in Own Backyard by Police
Every year, hundreds of thousands of Americans die in circumstances that entitled their family members to file a wrongful death claim or lawsuit. Fact: medical malpractice alone claims the lives of over 90,000 U.S. citizens each year, while annual motor vehicle fatalities total more than 30,000 deaths. In the year 2018, our world is just… Continue reading Bizarrely, Proving Wrongful Death is Difficult (Four Elements of a Claim)
When a 70-foot tree fell onto a Volvo driving along the Merritt Parkway in Westport on June 9, 2007, physician Joseph Stavola and his attorney wife, Jeanne Serocke-Stavola, were killed, with their two young sons witnessing the tragedy from the back seat. Over a decade later, state officials have finally agreed to pay a $6.25… Continue reading 2007 Wrongful Death Suit Could be Awarded $6.25 Million