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January 2014 Archives

Family files wrongful death suit for group home death

After the Kern County coroner ruled that the death of a 27-year-old group home resident was a homicide, the victim's family believed the operators of the facility were attempting to cover up the involvement of employees in the man's death. Concluding that the death of their loved one was preventable, the family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Nankil Enterprises, the employee involved in a fatal altercation and the Kern Regional Center, a nonprofit that contracts care with various facilities. The lawsuit alleges that employees of Mountain View Ranch Residential Care were inadequately trained in using restraint techniques to stop a fight.

Recalled trucks pose dangers to consumers and losses for GM


With customer safety safety most likely in mind, General Motors recently announced a recall of 370,000 GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado because eight fire incidents had been reported to the company since the models' release last fall. No injuries have been reported.

DUI suspect faces murder charge for crash in California home


Just 2 days before the New Year, a 60-year-old man sleeping in his bed was killed in the early morning hours when a car crashed into the Southern California home where he was renting a room. The Orange County Sheriff's Department said another man in the house was not injured when the vehicle crashed through the front of the house.

Brain injury patients may also be at risk of Alzheimer's disease


Head trauma has received a lot of attention recently because of lawsuits filed by professional athletes. As disturbing as the events are, putting the spotlight on brain injury does have its advantages. For one, the added attention means more awareness, which can come in handy when there are new breakthroughs.

California residents should be wary of swing-door elevators

For California residents, climbing the stairs can be troublesome and tiring. That is where elevators come in. However, after several accidents showed some elevators may do more harm than good, residents should be especially wary of elevators.

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