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Throughout this pandemic, our California personal injury and wrongful death law offices continue to take new car accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, pedestrian accident and dog bite injury cases that occurred anywhere in Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley and California.

UPDATE:  This morning the Los Angeles Times reported as its lead article that the Covid19 surge in California has been spurred by these two (2) causes:   the re-opening of the California economy, which may include the opening of dine-in restaurants and other businesses, allowing the coronavirus to spread, especially among low-wage earners, including Hispanic workers, some of whose employers have been accused of not following the announced infection control rules, and many large summer celebrations by younger adults, including the recent YouTube star Jake Paul gathering in Calabasas (reportedly followed by an FBI / SWAT team raid executing a search warrant, with officers carrying weapons from the home) and USC fraternities linked to over 45 cases.

California health officials warn that some wild parties and other large social gatherings like weddings, birthday parties and other celebrations may threaten the progress California has been making.

California Personal Injury Lawsuit Timeline--How Long Will My Case Take?

California Personal Injury Lawsuit Timeline–How Long Will My Case Take?

If you have been injured in an accident caused by the negligence or intentional wrong acts of another person or party, you have a right to be compensated for the costs and losses associated with your injuries. You can receive this compensation by bringing a personal injury lawsuit against the responsible person or party.

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Celebrity Tattoo Artist Enters Plea for DUI Crash That Killed YouTube Star

Earlier this year, celebrity tattoo artist Daniel Joseph Silva caused a deadly crash after driving under the influence. Silva, known for his appearance on the reality T.V. show “Ink Master,” was driving his McLaren at high speeds when he lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle flew off the road and crashed into a stop sign.

The passenger in the car was 25-year-old YouTube star Corey La Barrie. He was rushed to the hospital, where he died from his injuries. Because Silva was under the influence of alcohol when the crash occurred, he faced criminal charges for La Barrie’s death. KTLA News reported that Silva entered a no contest plea “to one count of gross vehicular manslaughter…[and] no faces up to four years in prison…”

How to Maximize Your Personal Injury Payout

How to Maximize Your Personal Injury Payout

Depending on the nature of your accident, personal injury cases can be worth a lot of much-needed money for a victim and their family. With a single trip to the ER costing upwards of $10,000 victims of Los Angeles personal injuries often spiral into debt in the weeks and months following their accident. If someone or something played a role in your accident and injuries, the good news is that you can file a personal injury lawsuit with the talented team of lawyers at Walch Law firm and get this money back, and more.

Here are the top three things you can do to maximize your personal injury payout:

Staying Safe on the Fourth of July

Staying Safe on the Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is just around the corner. While the current COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic may change how you celebrate in some ways, it is likely that barbecues, fireworks, and drinking will still be a part of the holiday.

Because of the celebrations on the Fourth of July, it is always a fun holiday. However, it is important to remember that it is also possible to get hurt on this holiday. To stay safe and avoid personal injuries this Fourth of July, consider taking the following precautions:

Head-on Lakeview Collision Kills Young Driver

Head-on Lakeview Collision Kills Young Driver

Recently, the Press Enterprise reported about a head-on collision in Lakeview that resulted in the death of a 24-year-old man from Norco. The collision occurred early in the morning, just after 4:30 a.m. A Toyota Corolla and a Ford F-150 collided head-on which sent both cars flying off the road.

The driver of the Corolla, 24-year-old Alejandro Corrales, was pronounced dead at the scene. The other driver, of the F-150, did not sustain injuries in the accident. Now authorities are looking into what may have caused this deadly head-on collision.

Fatal Los Angeles Car Crash at L&E Oyster Bar

Fatal Los Angeles Car Crash at L&E Oyster Bar

A recent Los Angeles car crash ended with one dead, four injured and a seriously damaged restaurant. According to Eater, “A vehicle hit a motorcyclist near the intersection of Silver Lake Boulevard and Effie Street, overturning the car and completely sheering the tree in front, killing one unidentified person and injuring several others.” One employee of L&E Oyster Bar was uninjured and upstairs when the fatal car crash happened and worked to attempt to put out some of the flames.

Los Angeles is slowly re-opening and while restaurant car crashes are not normal, deadly car accidents happen all the time in LA and throughout the country and we will likely see an increase in them as more people get back on the roads. Here’s a look at some of the questions that can surround a Los Angeles fatal car crash like this:

Despite the Covid-19 lockdowns and the fact that more people are staying home, as opposed to out on the roads, there are still car accidents throughout the greater Los Angeles area. If you are involved in a Los Angeles car accident, you need an attorney who can help you right away, as there important things that must be done to help you obtain the best result on your personal injury case.

Some attorneys have completely closed their offices during this Covid lockdown and cannot fully help a new injured client. They may not be responding to calls, texts or emails and waiting until everything is back to normal. In our California personal injury law firm, we understand what injured people are going through and we are doing our best to help all of our new and existing clients with everything they need, despite all the hurdles presented by Covid.

Fortunately, with the technology we have available, it is not necessary to come in to our physical office in order for us to help you. We can call, text, email, Google Meet, Zoom, etc. with any of our potential clients or current clients. Our law firm is fully functional and able to handle all of our clients’ needs, from helping them get their cars repaired, to helping them find the right medical providers, to filing documents with the courts, resolving cases and getting our clients paid as quickly and as much as possible. We know that many of our clients need the money from their case more than ever now and we have successfully resolved many difficult cases during Covid. If you are injured, do not wait until the pandemic is over, call us right away so we can advise you on what to do to protect your rights.

Wrongful Death Claim Filed Against Glendale Nursing Home for COVID-19 Death

Wrongful Death Claim Filed Against Glendale Nursing Home for COVID-19 Death

The effects of the COVID-19 coronavirus have been tragic worldwide. Millions have died from the virus, and it has been especially deadly for those older than 65. The virus spreads so easily and quickly, especially in places with large groups, and so many older people in nursing homes have been particularly at risk. Sadly, coronavirus has devastated many nursing homes throughout the country.

Recently, a family brought a wrongful death claim against a Glendale nursing home after their loved one died from coronavirus. ABC 7 News reported that 77-year-old Ricardo Saldana contracted COVID-19 at the Glenhaven Healthcare nursing home and passed away because of the virus. Saldana’s children claim that the nursing home was negligent in handling the coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus--Staying Safe Amid So-Cal Reopening

Coronavirus–Staying Safe Amid So-Cal Reopening

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic led to statewide shelter in place orders. For months, California residents have been required to stay home and only go out for necessities. Recently, counties throughout Southern California have started to lift some restrictions and allow more businesses and activities to begin again.

Los Angeles county is opening slowly–According to ABC 7 News, County officials are “working with industry leaders and health officials to safely make way for Los Angeles County to reopen by the Fourth of July.” Other Southern California counties, such as Orange County and Ventura County have already allowed for more businesses to open including modified dine-in at restaurants.

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