Physicians and License Revocation: Knowing When To Take The CaseThe term ‘medical malpractice’ is arguably the most identifiable and often deployed catch phrase when medical industry negligence or misconduct comes to mind. That being said, a medical malpractice claim...

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Hidden Costs: What You Need To Know About Unpaid Debt and Your Social SecurityFor many adults in their retirement years, Social Security is an absolutely invaluable lifeline that helps them maintain their quality of life and standard of living. After years of hard...

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Medical Malpractice Claims Over Opioid Abuse Continue to Rise*This article was first published June 6th, 2018. Certain details have been updated to reflect new statistics and information.  Over the past few decades, opioid use has skyrocketed in the...

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Understanding the Difference Between a Burden of Proof and a Standard of ProofIf you are a fan of any one of the numerous legal dramas playing out on television throughout the week, the chances are good that you have probably encountered the...

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A Tragedy at Zelda’s Sparks Response From Walter Clark Legal GroupA recent shooting at Zelda’s nightclub in Palm Springs left Noah Davison, 21, dead and his 2-year old son without a father. Now, Cynthia Cabrera, Davison’s former partner and the...

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Walter Clark Legal Group Sponsors LYFT Promo Code for 4th of JulyWalter Clark Legal Group is helping keep the roads safe this 4th of July by sponsoring special LYFT promo codes as part of their SAFE RIDE HOME PROGRAM. The 4th...

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Walter Clark Legal Group Sponsors LYFT Promo Code for Cinco De MayoWalter Clark Legal Group is helping keep the roadways safe this Cinco De Mayo by sponsoring a special LYFT promo code as part of our SAFE RIDE HOME PROGRAM. The Cinco...

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Walter Clark Legal Group Sponsors LYFT Promo Code for St. Patrick’s DayWalter Clark Legal Group is helping keep the highways safe this St. Patrick’s Day by sponsoring a special LYFT promo code as part of their SAFE RIDE HOME PROGRAM. The...

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NTSB was Unable to Investigate Several Fatal Crashes During Government ShutdownThe government shutdown of 2019 lasted 35 days—making it the longest one in history. During the shutdown, many government departments had to stop operations or work with very limited resources....

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A Look at Autonomous Vehicle Safety*This post was originally published on April 11, 2018. It has been updated to include new information. Research continues to show that drivers are more distracted than ever. And statistics...

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More than 40,000 Toyota Tacoma Trucks Recalled for Braking DefectToyota has issued a recall of 44,121 Toyota Tacoma pickup trucks for a faulty brake part. The recall includes 2018 and 2019 model year Tacomas. According to the National Highway...

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Johnson & Johnson Settles Deceptive Marketing Claims for $120 MillionJohnson & Johnson and its subsidiary DePuy Orthopaedics have agreed to a $120 million settlement over deceptive marketing claims regarding hip implants. The lawsuit was brought by 46 states, claiming...

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Why Do Drivers Keep Rear-Ending Self-Driving Vehicles?You’ve probably heard about some major accidents involving self-driving vehicles, such as the fatal self-driving Uber crash that took the life of a pedestrian in Arizona. While major crashes like these get the most...

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1 Killed in I-10 Crash East of CoachellaOne person was killed and another injured Sunday in a crash along I-10 east of Coachella. It’s the first fatality this year along this dangerous stretch of highway that has...

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Are Motorized Scooter Rentals a Threat to Public Safety? Class-Action Says Yes*This post was originally published on November 26, 2018. It has been updated to include new information. It launched in Santa Monica in September of 2017, and electric scooter rental...

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What Are Your Options if You Were Injured by a Takata Airbag?The Takata airbag recall has become the largest and most complicated auto recall in U.S. history. The recall involves 19 automakers and roughly 37 million vehicles. Fifteen people in the...

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