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The Role of Defective Products in Workplace Injuries
Anatomy Of A Scaffolding Case
Liability often focuses on witnesses to prove why the scaffolding failed
California Law Expands the Definition of Childhood Sexual Assault
In California, preexisting childhood sexual abuse law provided a limited timeframe, otherwise known as statute of limitations, to file a civil lawsuit against individuals or entities, limiting a survivor’s ability to file a lawsuit. The California Legislature recently provided a recourse for childhood sexual assault survivors by enacting The California Child Victims Act.Attorney: Andje M. Medina
Court of Appeal Agrees With Altair Law Granting a Reversal on Uber Dooring Case
Altair Law partners Joshua White and Kevin Morrison recently obtained a notable victory in the Court of Appeal concerning an Uber driver’s failure to use reasonable care in selecting a place to offload passengers.
Altair Law Honors Worker’s Memorial Day
On April 28, 1970, the United States Congress enacted the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (“OSHA”) to guarantee every worker the right to a safe and healthful workplace. Since then, April 28 has been commemorated in the US as Workers’ Memorial Day.Attorney: Jeremy Cloyd
Polaris Offroad RZR Vehicle Design Defects Cause Hand and Arm Injuries and Amputations
Polaris RZR (pronounced ‘razor”) vehicles resemble and operate like high-speed, off-road golf carts. Sounds fun, right? The flipside is they often rollover during nearly any operating conditions.Attorney: Jeremy Cloyd