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July 2018

What if I File a False Police Report?

If you sustained injuries in any kind of accident and believe that someone else is legally liable, anger is a natural response. However, sometimes anger makes people react irrationally, such as by embellishing the events of an accidents or falsifying the information in a police report. This can have serious legal consequences. Filing a false police report not only undermines the veracity of your claim and endangers your right to compensation; ... Read More

Family of Mother Killed by Police During Shootout Settles Lawsuit Against City of Stockton

STOCKTON, Calif., July 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The family of Misty Holt-Singh, who was killed during a shootout between police and three gunmen, settled the lawsuit filed against the City of Stockton over the incident. "This is a bittersweet day for our entire family," said Paul Singh, Misty Holt-Singh's husband. "I am grateful that the legal process is over, but the loss of Misty has left a void in our hearts that will never be filled." ... Read More

Keith More once again named one of the Top Labor & Employment Attorneys in California by the Los Angeles / San Francisco Daily Journal

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What If I’m Injured While Using a Bike Share?

Peer-to-peer models of business are increasingly popular nationwide, particularly in California. By cutting out the middleman, consumers can save both time and money while finding a way to get around California’s bustling downtown areas. California, a state known for both its entrepreneurship and environmentalism, has been ground zero for all types of ride shares. Not only does it have the headquarters for Uber, it also is home to Bird Scooter... Read More

The City of Los Angeles Settles with Family of Venice Beach Boardwalk Victim Alice Gruppioni for $12 Million

The Los Angeles City Council agreed to a $12 million settlement with the family of Alice Gruppioni, the Italian woman who was killed in 2013 while on her honeymoon in Venice Beach. As a tribute to the family and in response to the tremendous loss, the City has also agreed to place a memorial plaque on the Boardwalk in remembrance and honor of Alice Gruppioni. Alice was killed on the boardwalk in Venice Beach when she was str... Read More