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A California Worker Safety Lawyer Answers Your Questions About the Coronavirus #1 Can I refuse to go back to work if I feel unsafe? If you feel unsafe to return to work, you may have a few options. However, California is an at-will state, meaning your employer could fire you at any time. Of course Read More
Many types of diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease and cancer, seem to just happen, whether you take measures to prevent them or not. Environmental factors and genetics appear to play a bigger role than anything else. Others, like the novel coronavirus that has spread around the globe, seem to afflict people despite their best efforts at Read More
Cruise Ships’ Response to COVID-19 Investigations are now underway involving multiple cruise lines for their handling of the COVID-19 outbreak. Such investigations include their decisions to set sail in the face of the pandemic, the lack of precautions that were taken to protect passengers on the cruises, the lack of information that was provided to Read More
Costa Luminosa Cruise Ship Under Scrutiny For Response to Coronavirus. The Costa Luminosa cruise ship is now the subject of great scrutiny for the Covid-19 outbreak that occurred during its February and March 2020 voyages. As passengers and others have noted, the cruise was a living hell and resulted in a widespread outbreak of Covid-19. Read More
Grand Princess Covid-19 Cluster Outbreak When the Grand Princess set sail for a 13-day trip, U.S. health authorities were already aware of and tracking several coronavirus cases involving passengers on the previous Grand Princess voyage. Ship leaders knew that passengers on the previous voyage had contracted the coronavirus, yet allowed current passengers to mingle, including Read More
Nursing Homes at Higher Risk For Coronavirus As the novel coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic continues – shown to be particularly hard on older people and people of all ages with serious underlying conditions – it is of utmost importance that nursing and assisted living (also known as long-term care) facilities who care for patients within Read More
San Diego Metro recognized Partner Jessica Sizemore as one of San Diego’s Top Attorneys. The annual issue of the magazine recognizes the best and brightest attorneys in all practice areas in the San Diego County region. View the issue here.
Jeremiah Lowe was the featured attorney in the June issue of San Diego’s Attorney Journals. Jeremiah has tried three cases over the past year and reached seven-figure verdicts in each of them, totaling $12,000,000 in jury verdicts. The article describes what inspired Jeremiah to go to law school, a story about a $4 million dollar Read More
A jury awarded Dawn Kali $105,356,000, holding self-proclaimed cancer expert Robert Young responsible for fraudulently and negligently representing cancer treatments that led to her cancer’s progression. Kali had been diagnosed with Stage I breast cancer and was desperately in search of answers when she sought the care of Young of pH Miracle Living, who claimed Read More
A frightening new heart surgery risk is endangering patients around the country. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently published a warning to patients and healthcare providers of the potential for infection from open-heart surgeries using particular devices. If you’ve recently undergone open-heart surgery and are suffering infection-related symptoms, you may have grounds for a lawsuit. Read More
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