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Investigators concluded that a Moreno Valley woman was killed by neighborhood dogs in her home last week. The dogs responsible for the attacks were said to be mixes between Weimaraner and the breed with the highest dog bite death and injury rate, a Pit Bull.
Moreno Valley Sgt. Jaime Briones says a forensic dentist determined that the dog bite injuries were indeed the leading cause of death.
Police will ask Riverside County prosecutors to file involuntary manslaughter charges against the dog owners, whose names have not been disclosed. The dogs have been quarantined.
Laws about whether or not you can file a lawsuit against a school vary from state to state. In California you certainly can, but first you must file a Notice of Claim within six months of the date of injury. School districts are government entities and as such are protected by what is known as […]
Commencing July 1, 2018, a California DUI law will go into effect making it illegal for drivers with a blood alcohol content level of .04 percent or higher to operate a vehicle that carries a passenger for hire. “Passenger for hire” is a legal definition meaning “a passenger for whom consideration is contributed as a […]
For at least the last few years, anyone tuned into national news is aware of what seems a wave of police brutality and cases of wrongful death by police shooting working through the newspapers and courts. The Los Angeles Police Department reported that 2017 was a record year for settlement payments, at nearly $81 million (not […]