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Wrongful Death And The Nominal Defendant

January 3, 2019

When someone is killed due to the wrongful conduct of another, this is typically called a wrongful death and gives rise to a particular cause of action of the same name.  In California, each of the heirs of the deceased have a right to bring a wrongful death lawsuit (called a ‘survival action’) against the …

Uber Safety Features: Understanding Their Impact on Passengers

December 21, 2018

In 2017, Uber had 40 million customers per month, dominating the ride-hailing market in the United States. Passengers prefer booking an Uber over traditional taxis because of the convenience it provides to them. The ride-hailing service has its advantages, but it also comes with drawbacks, mainly that it is susceptible to car crashes. Being involved in a …

Sneaky Surveillance Tactics Insurers May Use to Deny Long-Term Disability Benefits

December 12, 2018

Long-term disability insurance firms spend a lot of money yearly to spy on their claimants. On top of performing surveillance, insurers want to “catch” individuals doing activities that are not consistent with their disability claim. If the insurance company is successful, it will use the evidence to deny the claimant’s long-term disability benefits, saving money. …

Autopsies In A Wrongful Death Case

December 6, 2018

After the fatal accident of a loved one, the family of the deceased has a right to sue the at-fault party for compensation. Before the surviving family can win a wrongful death case, however, they need to prove that the individual responsible actually caused the death. This is where an autopsy can help. Although this …

California Tightens Rules on Ride-Sharing Companies

November 7, 2018

In November 2017, California tightened its rules and regulations on the ride-sharing industry. The new law mandates Transportation Network Companies (TNC), like Uber and Lyft, to have annual background checks administered on their drivers. This is in line with a state legislature in 2016 that prohibits companies from hiring people with a history of certain …