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Sometimes It’s Not Your Fault
Sep 06, 2018

Sometimes it’s not your fault. You were driving, but you didn’t know the other car was coming. Sometimes it is the fault of someone else. Sometimes the accident is fatal and in those times a loss of life is certainly a probability. Here at Mancini and Associates in Sherman Oaks, CA, we understand what it

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Wrongful Death vs. Murder: What’s The Difference In California?
Jul 20, 2018

Some people in California do not know the difference between wrongful death and murder, but knowing that difference may be critical to recovering damages for the loss of your loved one. Wrongful death and murder are part of two completely different court systems, tort, and criminal, and the only thing wrongful death and murder cases

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Man Charged in Hit-and-Run Crash That Killed Motorcyclist In 2016
Jun 15, 2018

A 22-year-old Pasadena man has been charged in the hit-and-run crash that killed a motorcyclist in 2016, according to a report from KTLA. The suspect, Donte Antoine Fox, was charged with multiple counts in relation to the crash on Monday, July 2 by the Los Angeles County District Attorney. This is at least the second

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Bill To Cap Pain And Suffering Law Suits Passed
Jun 09, 2018

Recently a bill passed in Washington has put a cap on damages that can be claimed during medical malpractice cases for emotional loss known as pain and suffering damages to $250000 for non-economic damages. Payments for economic damages, or actual out-of-pocket medical expenses and lost wages, would have no limit. What the previous law said

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Bill Paxton Death: Wrongful Death
Jun 02, 2018

When actor Bill Paxton went in for heart surgery, he ended up, unfortunately, dying of a stroke. This lethal stroke is thought to have been triggered by the heart surgery and his family is now suing the surgeon and hospital involved in his death. The 61-year-old actor died due to these complications and his family

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Disney World Monument After Wrongful Death
Jun 01, 2018

We all remember that unfortunate day in 2016 when two-year-old Lane Thomas Graves from Nebraska was eaten by an alligator near the shores of the lagoon at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, whilst on the holiday of his life at Disneyland. The resort has erected a monument in the shape of a lighthouse in

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The Process of a Wrongful Death Case
May 18, 2018

Losing a loved one is a very traumatizing experience for the ones that they have left behind. The death that occurred can be due to natural or accidental reasons, but sometimes the reason for death was because of the fault of someone else. At this point not only do you want them to have them

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Most Frequently Asked Questions About Wrongful Death Lawsuit
May 17, 2018

When you lose a loved one it causes a lot of heartaches and that heartache is magnified when that loss could have been prevented and the actions of others caused it. In California, it is mandatory for all employers to provide medical insurance for every single employee but these laws vary by state. The person

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4 Things You Didn’t Know About Wrongful Death In California (But Should)
May 10, 2018

No one can ever be prepared for the death of their loved ones, which is why most people who lose their family members in an accident have no clue what to do next. And you cannot blame them, really. Thinking about monetary compensation or legal action against the negligent party, who was responsible for their

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Audit Reveals Poor Oversight At California Nursing Homes
Apr 20, 2018

A recent California state audit has revealed a concerningly weak level of oversight at California nursing homes, which has enabled poor care, serious injuries, and even death to occur. According to the audit, the number of incidents which had the potential to end in either severe injuries or wrongful deal has increased significantly over the

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