Wrongful Termination May Not Be What You Think It Is

Losing your job is never easy. If you are laid off or let go due to downsizing or the company’s financial woes, chances are that you will be met with a level of compassion by your employer. Even getting fired doesn’t necessarily…

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There Is No Such Thing as a Safe Autonomous Vehicle

Autonomous vehicles began as concept cars, highlighting the type of futuristic technology that car companies like showing off. The difference is that while many concept vehicles never make it onto the road, self-driving cars have. They’ve done so under the guise of…

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Should the 40 Hour Work Week Be a Thing of the Past?

Anyone who has worked the standard 9-to-5 grind every day has probably daydreamed about a four-day work week. While there are certainly advantages to implementing that plan, such as improving health and overall happiness of employees, many companies still prefer the traditional…

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A New Study Shows Hope for Improvement for Spinal Cord Injury Victims

It can be a very long, challenging road for many who suffer from spinal cord injuries. New treatment protocols come out periodically but at the end of the day, their effectiveness will depend upon the benefits they bestow. When it comes to…

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California Takes on Uber & Lyft over Misclassification of Drivers

Rideshare companies Uber and Lyft currently face a double hit – one from the COVID-19 pandemic and one from the Attorney General of California. With stay-at-home orders and business closures keeping people off the road, rideshare use has sharply declined, leaving these…

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Car Insurance “Coronavirus Rebates” – Who Is Really Profiting?

The California stay-at-home order due to the COVID-19 pandemic began March 19, 2020. As the order slowly modifies and lifts in phases, there is no doubt that some things have changed. You likely haven’t been out driving – other than essential short…

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The Coronavirus Pandemic – What Your Landlord Can and Cannot Do

Many Californians are facing economic uncertainty as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. With hours cut, jobs eliminated, and some businesses shuttered completely, people are spending just about all of their time at home – and if you happen to rent that…

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In California, Traffic Is Down but Reckless Speeding Is Up

In the weeks and months since the COVID-19 pandemic forced the shutdown of schools and businesses, traffic on LA highways has dropped dramatically. The frustrating bumper-to-bumper traffic for which our area is known is significantly reduced, which in theory is great news….

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When Vehicle Defects Cause Your Accident and Injuries

Whether it is from a car, truck, motorcycle, or other type of vehicle, defective parts are an annoyance – having to bring your vehicle in to the dealer for repairs or replacement. However, at their worst, defective parts and component parts are…

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Los Angeles Firefighters and Discrimination: Know Your Rights

Firefighters perform their jobs, day in and day out, knowing that at any moment they could get a call to risk their lives in order to save someone else’s. The hectic and high-pressure environment of a fire station can lead to tension…

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