Can I Be Held Liable If A Child Drowns In My Pool?

You may be surprised to find out that the responsibility of avoiding swimming pool injuries extends to trespassers. A pool owner can be held liable under certain conditions for injuries to someone who entered their pool without permission. But can I be held liable if a child drowns in my pool?   Why Pool Owners Can […]

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California Wildfires: How It Started

  Many areas of California have been destroyed by wildfires that killed 42 people and scorched more than 19,000 acres of land. The wildfires left nothing behind as it burned and turned everything into ash in its wake. Everything, from farms, to forests, to buildings, to grasslands, have been burned to the ground. It has […]

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Dawn Stelling and Robert Stelling ID'd as Victims Killed in San Diego Plane Crash on Chandler Drive

California Wildfires Force 5,000 Anaheim Residents to Evacuate

  More than 150 people went missing in California after the destructive wildfire burned the wine region, as reported by the police. The death count confirmed 17 lives claimed and more than 1,500 houses have been charred by the Californian blaze which ignited last Sunday.   Seven deaths were reported from Santa Rosa, Sonoma County […]

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Northern California Devastated by Deadly Wildfires

  More than 5,700 structures and buildings were destroyed by wildfires that burned all across Northern California, killing 42 innocent people during the month of October. It was the deadliest wildfire that was ever recorded in the history of California.   On October 12, 2017, a forest south of Dry Creek Canyon, west of Napa […]

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California “Los Diablos” Wildfire Turns Eight Counties Into Blazing Infernos

  Jerry Brow, the Governor of California, declared a state of emergency in eight counties. Napa, the “wine county” region is also one of those areas severely devastated. The Federal Emergency Management Agency promptly confirmed the state’s request to allocate federal funds to help combat and finally extinguish the fires. The Department of Homeland Security […]

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California Fires Destroy Thousands of Properties, Thousands Forced to Flee Homes

  The state of California has been devastated by wildfires that took 42 lives. The California wine region has also been plagued by unprecedented wildfires ravaging residents and wildlife. These fires sparked fear in iconic counties like Napa, Yuba, and Sonoma.   Due to the wildfires, state of emergency has been declared for seven counties […]

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California Wildfires Continue to Disrupt Counties, Including Anaheim Hills Homes

California wildfires are growing out of control as more than 1,500 properties have been destroyed, both commercial and residential in different states. Northern California firefighters are struggling to control the blazing fire from engulfing more and more areas.   Due to the rising number of areas affected by the blaze, California Governor Jerry Brown declared […]

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Can I Sue If My Spouse Gets Killed At Work?

You are eligible for certain payments under the California workers’ compensation system if your spouse dies as a result of an accident that happened at work. You can also sue for wrongful death in certain cases, such as when negligence was involved. But can I sue if my spouse gets killed at work? Compensation From […]

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Frank Vawter Struck and Killed by Fallen Tree Branch at Holiday Park in Carlsbad

Can I Be Sued For Running Over A Pedestrian?

Drivers are required to be extra cautious when a pedestrian is present or potentially present, however, pedestrians are not faultless in every situation. In fact, a pedestrian might even be liable for a driver’s damages, depending on the circumstances. But can I be sued for running over a pedestrian?   Driver’s Duty Of Care In […]

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