Our readers who are familiar with previous posts here know the potential danger that drivers on the roads in Los Angeles may be in when they are around semi-trucks. These large vehicles weigh thousands of pounds more than the average passenger vehicle. As a result, the damage and injuries that can be caused when a semi-truck collides with a smaller vehicle can be devastating.
After the unexpected loss of a loved one, a family in Los Angeles can be left reeling. Most of our readers have probably heard about the "stages of grief," but these stages can be harder when the surviving family members had no way to see the death coming. This is often the case in incidents that involve negligent or reckless behavior that causes the death. In short, the family members want answers.
Many of our readers in California have probably seen news reports before about families who decide to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit after a loved one is killed as a result of another person's negligent or reckless conduct. However, some people may not know the basics about wrongful death lawsuits. This knowledge can be crucial when making a decision to take legal action.
The weather in Southern California has been unseasonably cool lately, but still warm enough for many residents to ride their motorcycles. Unlike much of the rest of the country, Southern California residents don't have to put their motorcycles up for the winter and wait for the coming spring months to get back on the road. Unfortunately, although Southern California weather typically provides for year-round motorcycling, that also means that motorcycle accidents can occur at any time of the year.