ACTS Legal Knowledge Center

by: josegramajo

LOS ANGELES, Calf. (July 17, 2019)— Arts District Brewing Company, considered one of LA’s most popular craft beer breweries, has agreed to pay $3.5 million to avoid a civil trial involving two men beaten by several security guards. The most severely injured plaintiff, 26-year-old Jonathan Miron suffered a traumatic brain injury after his head struck the pavement following an altercation with several bouncers. “This resolution is about holding this local establishment accountable for failing to properly train and supervise its employees,” said plaintiff attorney Boris Treyzon with ACTS Law. “These security guards engaged in excessive and unreasonable force and my clients suffered unnecessarily,” added Rochen.Read More →

by: josegramajo

ENCINO, Ca (July 8, 2019)- The plaintiff’s law firm Abir, Cohen, Treyzon, Salo, LLP announces it has moved its offices from Century City to the San Fernando Valley as the firm continues to expand its staff and legal services. The new office is located at 16001 Ventura Blvd., Encino, CA 91436. “We are very excited about our move and look forward to playing an important role in our community, where we will continue to provide an excellent standard of legal services,” said co-founding and managing partner Danny Abir. “Moving our main office to Encino offers more accessibility for our clients and opportunities for our attorneysRead More →

by: josegramajo

Boris Treyzon recently secured a $2 million settlement for the family of a woman who was killed in front of a Las Vegas hotel where she lived. On June 19, 2016, the decedent was walking her dog in front of her building when an unknown individual approached her and struck her repeatedly on her face and body. She suffered severe injuries and was taken to the hospital, where she was able to identify the attacker, who she claimed tried to sexually harass her before. The woman succumbed to her injuries a month later, as a result of the assault. Her husband sued the hotel ownerRead More →

by: Irene Akopyan

By Mike Curley Law360 (December 5, 2018, 2:22 PM EST) — A California federal judge has found that the makers and distributors of NutriBullet must face a suit alleging a blender injured a New Zealand woman in California court, ruling that the companies did not demonstrate a need to have the case dismissed. U.S. District Judge Dean D. Pregerson on Tuesday told NutriBullet LLC and other California companies named in the suit that because the bulk of the factors in deciding on the forum are neutral and deference is given to plaintiff Elizabeth Flack’s choice of court, there’s no reason to dismiss the suit in favorRead More →

by: Irene Akopyan

PALM DESERT, CA (FOX 11) – A former patient of a rehab facility in Palm Desert is suing after he claims an employee of the facility coerced him into sex acts in exchange for access to drugs during a time when he was having severe withdrawals. FOX 11 is concealing the man’s identity because he is an alleged sex victim, for purposes of this story we will call him Robert. Robert told FOX 11 that in January 2017, he was a heroin addict living in New York. He wanted to get clean and have a better relationship with his daughter, so he sought treatment at SovereignRead More →

by: Irene Akopyan

Wawona Packing Company has agreed to pay one of its former employees $4.5 million to settle a lawsuit over serious injuries he received from a car crash. The employee, Jose Salvador Garza, 53, was on his way to work on May 1, 2017 when his 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix collided with a passenger van at the intersection of Road 96 and Avenue 416, just east of Dinuba. Garza suffered major injuries and sued Wawona Packing in Cutler and the driver of the van, Aurelio Castro Patino, for general negligence and motor vehicle negligence. Continue ReadingRead More →

by: Irene Akopyan

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Joining the throngs of bicyclists at CicLAVia, Carol Um’s morning of fun turned into a calamity. A collision with another bicyclist left her with irreversible brain damage, facial paralysis and a fear that a hazard is lurking around every corner. “It changed everything. It changed everything,” Um said. Continue Reading HereRead More →

by: Irene Akopyan

As of recent, there has been a considerable amount of attention on the awareness of sexual assault. This has been further emphasized through the #METOO movement that surfaced in 2011, and that has now catalyzed into a world-renowned movement with the help of major personalities. The main purpose of this supportive and encouraging movement was and is to connect survivors of sexual abuse to resources they need to heal. This is exactly what our lawyers are here to do. We will help and support your claims and will also take into consideration and into care the major emotional and psychological along with the physical trauma thatRead More →