Woolsey Blaze Victims Have Until January 31, 2019 To Seek FEMA Grants

On January 10th, 2019, federal officials extended, until January 31st, the deadline for Woolsey and Hill fire victims to register for federal aid. This means that those who have lost their homes or businesses due to the fire now have until that date to apply for...

PG&E Could Face Murder Charges For Camp Fire Deaths

On December 31, 2018, the California Attorney General's office in a federal court filing has stated that PG&E could possibly be charged with murder if their conduct is found reckless in the operation and maintenance of their power lines causing the Camp fire. Over...

Bird Rides Sues Beverly Hills Challenging Scooter Ban

Many of those who are tired of sitting in Southern California traffic have turned to innovative vehicles called Bird scooters. Bird scooters are fairly new and have gained a huge following for those who want to get to their destination quickly without walking or...

Reports Show Johnson & Johnson Knew About Asbestos in Baby Powder

For decades, many women have used Johnson & Johnson baby powder as a feminine hygiene product, to smell fresh and clean. What they didn’t know was that this product was harmful – and even deadly. Despite claiming that its product was not dangerous, Johnson &...

Christmas Tree Fire Risk and Safety Tips

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – except for those affected by Christmas tree fires. People tend to forget that Christmas trees, if not kept fully hydrated, are susceptible to fires when lights and ornaments are used for decoration. Don't forget to water your...

FDA Publishes De Novo Classification Proposed Rule

Getting a medical device approved for market use by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) can take at least several years. However, there are ways to expedite the process. One is the De Novo Classification Proposed Rule, which was published on December 4, 2018. The...

CDC Announces Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak In 11 States

With the holidays upon us, food will be a priority, with many people attending and hosting parties in the coming months. Food safety is important, which is why you should be aware of a breaking food poisoning alert. On November 20, the Centers for Disease Control and...

Thanksgiving 2018: Turkey Recall

Thanksgiving is upon us, and like many Americans, you are likely eating turkey this holiday season. While many of us tend to overeat, there is another risk you should be aware of: food poisoning. Jennie-O recently recalled 91,388 pounds of raw turkey. Do keep in mind...

What If The Police Report Says The Accident Is My Fault

We have obtained financial settlements for clients even when there is at first a negative police report holding our client at fault. We have handled many such cases and have convinced insurance companies that the report is incorrect. We strongly argue that the police...