OROVILLE – A quilting camp attendee alleges she was injured at a Forbestown property because of a log that partially blocked a walkway.
News from February 2019
OROVILLE – A tenant of a Gridley property is alleged to have failed to pay rent in full.
FRESNO – A driver is seeking damages from a Fresno County woman over allegations she failed to yield and caused a head-on collision.
SAN FRANCISCO - Facing sanctions for conduct during opening arguments Monday in the high profile case against Monsanto's Roundup, plaintiff attorney Aimee Wagstaff is asking the judge to hold off.
FRESNO – An insurance company is seeking damages from a driver who allegedly backed into a pedestrian.
SAN FRANCISCO – A scooter rider alleges a motorist ran over his foot while he was stopped at a light in San Francisco.
Employees say the company didn't pay overtime alleging they were exempt due to employment status
SAN FRANCISCO - U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria slapped plaintiff's attorney Aimee Wagstaff with a $500 sanction for delving into forbidden territory in opening statements at trial involving weedkiller Roundup.
Defense expert in J&J trial says plaintiff acquired mesothelioma spontaneously; Lungs did not show scarring
ALAMEDA – A witness for the defense, a pulmonologist, said Tuesday that plaintiff Terry Leavitt was one of those unlucky people who developed mesothelioma “spontaneously” for no known reason and not from baby powder made by Johnson & Johnson.
ALAMEDA – An industrial hygienist appearing as a witness for the defense told a jury on Wednesday that plaintiff Terry Leavitt’s exposure to asbestos did not rise above what is considered background levels---the amount regulatory agencies like the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) do not consider excessive.
FRESNO – A woman alleges she was injured at a Fresno club on New Year's Day when a security guard used pepper spray on another patron.
FRESNO – Damages are being sought from the owner and the driver of a vehicle involved in a Fresno collision.
SAN FRANCISCO – A pedestrian alleges the city and county of San Francisco failed to repair a storm grate that injured her left foot.
SAN FRANCISCO – A pedestrian alleges she was injured while walking on a San Francisco sidewalk because of a metal object left in the area by an engineering firm while repairing the sidewalk.
SAN FRANCISCO – The tenants of a San Francisco apartment allege the unit does not have heat and mold is present in several rooms.
SAN DIEGO – The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California recently granted a motion by Abbott Laboratories to dismiss a San Diego's woman's lawsuit that claimed she suffered injuries because of a failed medical device.
Though e-cigarettes are being marketed as a safer alternative to tobacco smoking, design flaws in the products can cause severe injuries or even kill their users, an attorney representing several plaintiffs in personal-injury cases said.