Rose, Klein & Marias LLP
Select An Office To Call Now
  • Los Angeles: 213-784-2801
  • Cerritos: 562-606-0348
  • Ontario: 909-581-9476
  • San Diego: 619-677-1431
  • Ventura: 805-290-4882

August 2013 Archives

Helicopter manufacturer sued for wrongful deaths of pilots


A helicopter manufacturer based in California has been sued as a result of the July 2011 deaths of two pilots. The wrongful death suit states that the company negligently designed the helicopters, leading to the pilot's death. The company had been previously sued for the same reason by the law firm five times, settling the lawsuit in each of the previous cases.

Wrongful death suit filed in rescue case


The families of two Los Angeles women who were electrocuted when they tried to rescue a driver who had crashed his truck into a power pole have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city and county, the city's Department of Water and Power and the driver. The wrongful death lawsuit alleges that the city created a concealed trap that led to the deaths following the auto crash.

Manufacturers of lead house paint sued by cities


A coalition of California cities and counties has filed a lawsuit against lead paint manufacturers for damages caused by flaking paint found in many old buildings. The plaintiffs include Los Angeles and Santa Clara Counties and the cities of San Francisco, Oakland, and San Diego. The suit seeks to have the manufacturers inspect over 3 million California homes and remove any potentially hazardous lead paint, which would cost approximately $1 billion.

Cop in pepper spray case sues for workers' compensation


A police officer at the University of California-Davis is seeking worker's compensation for his role in the pepper-spraying of "Occupy Wall Street" activists at the university, claiming that he suffered psychiatric damage as a result of the incident. The officer has set up a conference in Sacramento with the State Department of Industrial Relations to discuss his workers' compensation claim.

Hormone tested for use in healing traumatic brain injuries


Researchers are currently studying whether progesterone, a natural hormone, may be used to help heal traumatic brain injuries. Progesterone, which is found in both men and women, is most commonly associated with pregnancy. Researchers in the Study of the Neuroprotective Activity of Progesterone in Severe Traumatic Brain Injuries, or SyNAPSe, hope that the hormone may be used for a traumatic brain injury treatment, reducing mortality and improving short and long-term disability from such injuries. Progesterone must be administered within eight hours of the accident, and it must be given for five or six days straight. Researchers have seen evidence that it reduces inflammation, and rebuilds the blood-brain barrier, crucial to stopping cell death in the brain. More than 150 sites in 21 countries are taking part in the study, with a goal of 1100 enrolled patients.

Schedule Your Free Consultation

You Only Pay If We Win: Contact Us Today

Complete the form below to schedule a free initial consultation.

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Schedule your free consultation:

Los Angeles: 213-784-2801
Cerritos: 562-606-0348
Ontario: 909-581-9476
San Diego: 619-677-1431
Ventura: 805-290-4882

View all locations

Firm Affiliations: