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I-5: Poor Road Conditions on One of the Most Dangerous Highways in the U.S.
This section of I-5, just east of downtown Los Angeles, shows only a fraction of the wear and tear experience by I-5 on a daily basis....
Concert injury lawsuits highlight risks to fans and venue operators
Sonny Moore, better known as Skrillex, a world-renowned concert DJ and producer, was ordered in November 2018 to pay damages for a concert injury occurring at a 2012 performance. The...
GROUNDBREAKING HELD FOR NEW OFFICE BUILDING AT MERIAM PARK
The two-story building for Penny & Associates Lawfirm will move into the building by the middle of next year.
Deadly Mississippi tour bus crash a stark reminder of bus safety flaws
A Mississippi tour bus crash killed 2 passengers and injured 44 more in November of 2018. The tour bus, traveling across the DeSoto County and Marshall County line, overturned after...
Wildfire lawsuits against PG&E face potential roadblocks from California lawmakers
Whether you follow the news closely, or simply take the occasional walk outside, you are more than aware of the wildfires that have been ravaging California. At times, the smoke...
E-Scooter lawsuit targets rentals and manufacturers
In October 2018, a lawsuit was filed in the Los Angeles County Superior Court, targeting several members of the electric scooter industry. Nine initial plaintiffs allege that the negligence of...
Deadliest US transportation accident in nine years kills 20
On October 6th, 2018, the deadliest transportation accident in the US since 2009 killed 20 people near Buffalo, NY. A 2001 Ford Excursion, modified into a limousine, was transporting 17...
Suzuki faces lawsuits over 2013 recall for brake defects in GSX-R bikes
In 2018, Suzuki Motor of America was ordered to pay $20 million in penalties to two persons who were injured while riding defective Suzuki motorcycles. The two cases revolved around...