Murietta Personal Injury Law Blog

Murietta Personal Injury Law Blog

California Nursing Home Sued For Discharging Resident Illegally

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There are many forms of nursing home abuse that may take place in a California long-term care facility. Physical abuse, mental abuse and sexual abuse are three that residents should never be exposed to. Facilities are inspected for violations that lead to harm, but sometimes, fines are not enough to force compliance. According to a … Read More California Nursing Home Sued For Discharging Resident Illegally

Piecing your life together after a commercial vehicle crash

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From delivery trucks to vans and buses, there are various types of commercial vehicles. Unfortunately, there are certain risk factors that can increase the chances of a crash and spin the lives of innocent people upside down. For example, a company’s negligence could cause an accident, such as failure to maintain commercial vehicles properly. Or, … Read More Piecing your life together after a commercial vehicle crash

How To Determine If A Dog’s Aggressive Behavior Can Be Corrected

People often make excuses for their dogs’ behavior, but if you have been attacked by someone’s pet in California, those justifications may add insult to injury. Our law firm understands that people who have been injured by an animal have the right to be taken seriously. According to The Association of Professional Dog Trainers, in … Read More How To Determine If A Dog’s Aggressive Behavior Can Be Corrected

Re-Homing: When Your Kid Wants To Live With The Other Parent

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Child custody can be one of the most difficult things to handle during a divorce proceeding, and it can become even more complicated when after custody has been decided, the child later wishes that they could live with the other, non-custodial parent.  In the article “Dealing With A Child Who Wants To Change Residency,” by … Read More Re-Homing: When Your Kid Wants To Live With The Other Parent