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California’s Largest Jury Award for Minor’s Wrongful Death

By bedfordlaw |

What started out as a Sweet 16 party took a tragic turn when one of the birthday party guests sustained a brain injury that led to his wrongful death. Background of Wrongful Death Case It was a summer day in July 2014 when a 16-year old boy rode on a tour bus upon the… Read More »

When Employer May Be Liable for Truck Driver’s Negligence

By bedfordlaw |

Truck accidents can happen while a truck driver is working and in many instances, motorists, pedestrians and other persons often suffer catastrophic injuries as a result of these accidents. Under California law, a private or public employer may be held liable for the negligence of an employee under certain situations. If you have sustained… Read More »

California Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Antioch Police

By bedfordlaw |

The family of a California man who died during a struggle with police over a leg restraint device has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Antioch Police Department, citing the officers’ negligence in ignoring the man’s pleas for help. According to the lawsuit, the victim was killed in June of 2015 in an… Read More »

Southern California Semi-Truck Crash Kills Mothers, Four Children

By bedfordlaw |

A fiery wreck killed two mothers and four of their children in northern Los Angeles County last month, after a semi-truck collided with their stalled minivan on Interstate 5. According to officers with California Highway Patrol (CHP), the minivan was involved in a minor wreck prior to the deadly collision, and had come to… Read More »

Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Action Against Health Care Provider

By bedfordlaw |

When contemplating personal injury litigation, one of the crucial factors a lawyer must consider is the applicable statute of limitations or the period within which to file a case. When Right to File Personal Injury Case Expires The timeliness of a personal injury action is important in order to preserve the injured party’s rights… Read More »

Social Media Company Sued for Motivating High Speed Selfie in Auto Accident

By bedfordlaw |

Cell phone use while driving is a leading cause of auto accidents among teenagers in the United States. As social media platforms up their game with sophisticated apps that promote higher engagement among users, the risks of driver distraction can significantly increase as drivers take selfies, videos, and check out new app filters and… Read More »

Fatal Car Accident in Van Nuys Injures Homeless

By bedfordlaw |

Yesterday, a fatal car crash occurred on Interstate 405 near Sherman Way in Van Nuys. The four-seat sedan veered off the highway and crashed into a homeless camp. One individual was trapped beneath the car and died from crush and impact injuries, while the driver and two others were injured from other aspects of… Read More »

Senior Pageant Contestant Injured On-Stage

By bedfordlaw |

A 77-year-old pageant contestant has filed a personal injury lawsuit against the operators of the Miss Latina Cosmopolitan pageant and the Los Angeles Theatre. The woman claims that she participated in the pageant, including the formal dress portion of the competition. As she walked across the stage in a floor-length dress, she claims that… Read More »

Young Father Attacked by ‘Friendly’ Dog

By bedfordlaw |

On October 13, 2016, a 20-year-old father was attacked by a dog while collecting donations for the charity organization D.A.R.E. The victim reportedly received confirmation from the dog’s owner that the dog was “very friendly” prior to reaching down to pet it. After a few sniffs, the dog latched onto the young father’s face… Read More »

Jury Awards Motorcyclist $3.7 Million for Accident that Occurred While Lane Splitting

By bedfordlaw |

A motorcyclist ended up beneath his motorcycle after colliding with a Lexus that merged in front of him. As a result of the crash, he sustained several injuries. The plaintiff argued that the defendant merged into his lane without signaling. The defendant argued that because the plaintiff had been lane splitting, speeding and following… Read More »

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