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January 2018 Archives

Woman alleges police mistreatment in train incident

Being a law enforcement officer in California is not an easy job, but that does not mean that the officers have the right to commit mistreatment against a suspect. Regardless of the allegations against a person who is being arrested, there are certain requirements that officers must adhere to when performing their duties. Some of the worst cases of police officers using excessive force are committed in seemingly minor crimes. With almost everyone having a device that can record incidents as they occur, there is frequently ample evidence to look at the case and pursue a claim for compensation due to police misconduct.

DUI alleged in airborne vehicle crash in California

When there is a single-car accident in California and the occupants of the vehicle survive, there will still be a law enforcement investigation to determine how and why it happened. If it is an unusual type of crash, there will be an automatic assumption that it might have been due to the driver being under the influence or operating the vehicle recklessly. This can result in charges related to the incident. For people who are confronted with allegations of driving under the influence, it is vital to remember the importance of a strong criminal defense.

Is an S corporation the preferred entity form for my business?

Many Californians would like to go into business for themselves by creating an entity or purchasing a business that is already established. One of the key decisions that a prospective business owner or current business owner must make is what entity formation to use. One option is an S Corporation. Understanding how an S Corporation works and its tax requirements is key before deciding on this entity form.

Alleged DUI driver crashes into Uber car causing personal injury

The holiday season in Southern California and across the nation can place people at risk for being victims of a drunk driving accident. This is especially true after people are returning home from various holiday events and celebrations. Drunk driving accidents can result in injuries and fatalities. In some cases, even if the victims were not driving, but instead were using public transportation or ride-sharing, they could still be injured or killed in a crash caused by a driver who was under the influence. People who are confronted with these problems should know what steps to take to pursue compensation in a personal injury lawsuit.

California truck ports violating rules can cause truck accidents

Trucks are a constant on the roads on Southern California and across the nation. While most truck drivers will adhere to the law to maintain safety and avoid motor vehicle accidents, there are various factors that can lead to a crash. One that is garnering attention is the number of drivers who are working too many hours. Regardless of how and why a crash occurs, the aftereffects can be significant and cause many problems for those involved. A personal lawsuit is often the only strategy to recover a sufficient amount to adequately compensate the victims.

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