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November 2013 Archives

Unsafe products pulled from market due to E. coli contamination

Salads and sandwiches are a regular item on a Southern California resident's everyday diet. However, residents may want to try something different to eat, especially after a catering company recalled its products because of possible E. coli contamination.

Redondo high school student suffers concussion, sues school

Many of California's students participate in extracurricular activities. Some join clubs while others engage in sports. As recent disputes about the dangers of football have increased awareness of athletic brain injuries, some may fail to realize that other sports can also be harmful. When medical care is promised to these athletes, but then that promise is broken, a serious brain injury can have even greater long-lasting effects.

California worker injured when conveyor belt strikes him in head

Every day, Los Angelenos put their safety on the line just by going to work. Factory workers are at risk of being crushed by large machinery, construction workers are at risk of getting hit by cars and falling from heights and industrial workers may be at risk of occupational disease. A recent incident in California helps show how dangerous a workplace can be.

Riverside girl wins wrongful death lawsuit against trucker

The loss of a loved one in a car accident caused by a negligent or reckless driver can be devastating, particularly if it is a child who loses their parents. Recently, a jury in California has awarded a 13-year-old Riverside girl $150 million for the wrongful death of her mother, father and brother. The lawsuit stemmed from a 2009 auto accident in which the SUV the girl's family was traveling in slammed into the back of a semi-truck illegally parked on the shoulder of the 210 Freeway. The stretch of freeway in question only allowed emergency stopping, but the truck driver had stopped to sleep and failed to turn on any lights to alert other motorists of his presence. Though the truck driver claimed he had stopped to take medication for a severe headache and thus he was stopped for an emergency, the jury found his claim unpersuasive.

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