Instant noodle soup cups are a staple convenience food at grocery and convenience stores. They come in many shapes and are commonly marketed to families with children as a fast and convenient meal or meal on-the-go. Unfortunately for children ages 4 to 12, certain instant soup containers present a significant danger. The American Academy of Read More »
From October 2015 to February 2016, a gas storage facility managed by Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) near Porter Ranch, California, leaked 100,000 tons of methane and other gas into the surrounding neighborhood. It was the largest gas leak to date in the United States. The leak was caused by the rupture of an oil Read More »
Plaintiff suffered a traumatic brain injury when organizers of CicLAvia failed to manage traffic flow in a safe and responsible manner.
Plaintiff suffered burns to over 84% of his body when a can of PlastiDip (rubberized paint material) exploded in his hand.
Plaintiff was traveling on her motorcycle on Sunset Boulevard when traffic began to stop in front of her. Unable to stop due to the brakes not working, she was forced to lay down her bike suffering severe brain injuries. Subsequent to the accident, it was learned that the brakes were defective and had been subject Read More »
Plaintiff was cleaning a pulping machine that had been de-energized. While the machine lid was open, the pulper re-energized causing him to lose both of his arms above the elbow. Plaintiff contends the machine was defective in its manufacturing, design and/or warnings. Given the total loss of both arms, Mr. Zamudio struggles with normal activities Read More »
ACTS represents individuals and their family members whom suffered injuries when their NutriBullet home blenders malfunctioned during normal use. NutriBullet and its subsidiaries have sold over 40 million of these dangerous blenders worldwide, with little concern for the safety dangers presented by their completely encapsulated design, which causes the blender’s contents to become over-pressurized and Read More »
This civil rights matter arises out of the wrongful death of Michelle Lee Shirley, an African-American female, who was gunned down by the Torrance Police Department on October 31, 2016. Plaintiff alleges that the decedent had been involved in an accident and was disoriented. When her vehicle came to a stop, Torrance police unlawfully and recklessly opened Read More »
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