Wrongful Death Claims
Attorneys serving the South Bay Area and San Francisco including Redondo Beach, Torrance, Manhattan Beach and Nearby Cities
Wrongful death refers to any loss of life caused by the actions or inaction of another party. In the state of California, wrongful death lawsuits can be filed by family members who have lost a loved one due to the negligence of another person, corporation, or even government entity. The best way to determine if you have cause to file suit is through a one-on-one consultation with an experienced wrongful death attorney.
Wrongful death occurs when a life is lost in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence. Following a wrongful death, certain parties may be entitled to seek compensation for funeral expenses, lost income, and related damages.
Redondo Beach personal injury attorney Michael Louis Kelly has again been awarded the Martindale-Hubbell® AV Preeminent™ Rating. An AV Preeminent rating is the highest distinction an attorney can achieve from Martindale-Hubbell, a global network of attorneys whose rating system is widely seen as one of the most telling in the legal industry.
The Daily Breeze reports that police in Torrance are looking for the driver of a 2006-2009 tan or light-gold Toyota 4Runner that was involved in a fatal hit and run accident at 5 am on the 17th of September. The accident, involving the SUV and a cyclist, is still under investigation, but the 4Runner was captured speeding away, minus part of its bumper, by a home security camera in the 200 block of Hawthorn Street.
While large train accidents are somewhat rare, they account for what most people think of when they think of “train accidents.” However, while large accidents may grab headlines, the National Transportation Safety Bureau reports that one person is struck by a train approximately every two hours in the United States - and nearly 900 people lose their lives every year in train a
Have you lost a loved one in an accident in California? In this short video, Redondo Beach wrongful death attorney Heather Baker Dobbs explains what kind of lawyer you will need on your side to secure the total compensation you are due.
California is an “at-will employment” state. This means that, absent a contract or union protection, you can be fired from your job for nearly any reason at any time. However, if the underlying reason for your discharge is prohibited under California state law, you may have cause to take legal action against your former employer.