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Blog Posts in March, 2017

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  • Preventing Sexual Abuse in California Nursing Homes
    Preventing Sexual Abuse in California Nursing Homes

    As San Diego elder abuse attorneys, we are troubled by a recent report about the frequency of sexual abuse in nursing homes. Seniors are one of the most vulnerable groups of individuals and deserve to ...

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  • Federal Bill Modeled After California Medical Malpractice Cap
    Federal Bill Modeled After California Medical Malpractice Cap

    Federal lawmakers are currently considering legislation that would impose a nationwide cap on medical malpractice damages. While such measures have failed in the past, the likelihood of passage is ...

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  • Self-Driving Vehicles: Are Robots and Drivers a Dangerous Combination?
    Self-Driving Vehicles: Are Robots and Drivers a Dangerous Combination?

    Self-driving vehicles are on the fast track. However, many safety and liability issues remain unresolved, particularly for semi-autonomous cars that still require driver involvement. While most major ...

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  • California Personal Injury Lawsuits and Tribal Immunity
    California Personal Injury Lawsuits and Tribal Immunity

    With more than 100 federally-recognized Indian tribes, California is home to more Native Americans than any other state in the country. Given the increasing role that Indian tribes play in the state's ...

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  • Dangerous E-Cigarette Explosions on the Rise
    Dangerous E-Cigarette Explosions on the Rise

    Security cameras caught a recent electronic cigarette explosion, revealing just how dangerous the popular cigarette alternative can be. While “vaping” may seem like a safer choice, the lithium-ion ...

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  • The Continued Danger of Lithium-Ion Batteries
    The Continued Danger of Lithium-Ion Batteries

    Lithium-ion batteries have been on the public’s radar as a dangerous product for some time now, so why are they still causing harm? For many of us, checking the battery type isn’t usually our first ...

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