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Jury Finds Former Officer Derek Chauvin Guilty of Murdering George Floyd.

At about 2:10pm today, April 20, 2021, the judge in the Derek Chauvin murder trial read the jury verdict – Former Officer Derek Chauvin guilty on all 3 counts of killing George Floyd.

Chauvin was found guilty of:

Famous golfer Tiger Woods was driving a borrowed Genesis SUV at nearly twice the posted 45 miles per hour (mph) speed limit when the SUV hit a sharp curve and collided with multiple objects in Palos Verdes, California, causing Woods severe injuries, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and reported by the Los Angeles Times newspaper on April 8, 2021, Section A1.

Tiger Woods reportedly sustained multiple car accident injuries, some apparently were life threatening and or career threatening, including fractures to his leg and ankle, and at some point Tiger Woods relocated to Florida where he remains now for his recovery.

The Sheriff’s department supposedly found NO use of alcohol or drugs contributing to this vehicle crash, although results of any hospital or other blood tests were NOT released.

Authorities reported that Derrianna Daniels, age 22, was injured when her bicycle was struck by a car driven by Laura Boyd on March 19, 2001, in Hesperia California.   The injuries to Derrianna Daniels were so severe she reportedly was flown to the hospital by paramedics for medical care and hospitalized.

It also was reported that while Ms. Daniels was riding her bicycle, the other driver, Ms. Boyd, allegedly failed to stop for her stop sign and crashed into the bicycle operated by Ms. Daniels.

It is believed that Ms. Boyd was driving her car westbound on Olive Street towards its intersection with E Avenue in Hesperia when Ms. Daniels was northbound on E Avenue.

Federal Government States Nursing Homes Should Ease Restrictions on Indoor Visits!

Residents of Nursing Homes Soon Should Be Allowed to Hug and Hold Hands with their Visitors

Residents of nursing homes, who for far too long have been isolated from their loved ones due to fear of contracting or spreading corona virus, are finally in for some good news, according to a news release by AARP on March 11, 2021.

We are looking for witnesses to this fatal collision causing the death of our client.  If you have any information, please contact us now.

If you witnessed the traffic collision between a Ford vehicle and the bicyclist on Thursday, February 25, 2021, at about 4am to 4:30 am, on Channel Islands Blvd., please contact us.

This collision resulted in the death of our client.  His family is grieving and truly needs the assistance of anyone who observed what happened or has any information concerning this incident.

If you had an injury accident anywhere in Southern California, our law offices in Beverly Hills / Los Angeles and Calabasas are open to help you. We are excited to announce the opening of our Beverly Hills personal injury and wrongful death law offices to better assist our clients who are located throughout Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Culver City, Santa Monica and the entire state of California.

Our new additional law offices are located at the corner of Beverly Drive and Santa Monica Blvd at 9440 Santa Monica Blvd, Suite 301, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Our offices are centrally located between downtown Los Angeles and Santa Monica, serving accident injury victims in Los Angeles, West Los Angeles, the Miracle Mile, Brentwood, Westwood, Culver City, Mar Vista, Venice, Marina del Rey, Santa Monica and Beverly Hills.

The telephone number for our Beverly Hills law offices is 310.279.5255.

Corona Virus Vaccination Appointment Information for L.A. County

VACCINE UPDATE: LA County is actively vaccinating health care workers, staff and residents at long-term care and skilled nursing facilities, and residents ages 65 and older.

To book an appointment and learn more about vaccine distribution in LA County, please visit or call (833) 540-0473 from 8:00 AM to 8:30 PM 7 days a week.

The United States House of Representatives impeached then President Donald Trump for a record second time on January 13, 2021, for his alleged role in inciting the deadly attack at the Capitol one week earlier on January 6, 2021.

While many used to believe the term “impeachment” meant the president was actually removed from office, as most now know, especially as a result of the first impeachment of then President Donald Trump, impeachment is the act of the House of Representatives essentially charging the president with some wrongdoing then sending it over to the United States Senate for a trial, requiring a vote of 2/3 of the Senate members present to convict and remove from office.  That means, impeachment alone does NOT remove from office and the person charged continues in office without any new restrictions or limitations unless and until the Senate convicts at the impeachment trial.

There has been much confusion over this procedure, including the validity or constitutionality of holding an impeachment trial AFTER a president or other official leaves office.  President Trump already left office on January 20, 2021, and even though the impeachment procedure was commenced by the House of Representatives while then President Trump was still in office, there is constitutional issue as to whether an impeachment trial may take place after the person leaves office.

What to Expect If You Are Scheduled to Have Your Covid 19 Vaccination at California State University at Northridge (CSUN)

Should you successfully pass the gauntlet of actually being able to schedule a coronavirus vaccination, here is a coronavirus GUIDE as to what to expect if your vaccination appointment is scheduled at CSUN.

As a preliminary point, one of our staff members tried to get a coronavirus vaccination appointment time and after having some difficulty with the web site, with the help of a tech savvy relative eventually got an appointment at a Ralphs Pharmacy, then, surprisingly, received an email cancelling that appointment with NO reason given.  Then, with the help of a friend, found a different web site and set a vaccination appointment for today, Sunday, January 24, 2020, at CSUN.

Although government officials including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have advised to stay at home during the Covid19 Pandemic, many in Los Angeles and California will be traveling over the holidays, especially to visit family for Christmas and New Years.  A study by Travelocity estimates of those planning to travel over the holidays, approximately 80 percent shall drive by car or truck.  Usually the greatest fear or concern with highway travel in and around Los Angeles and California is injury accidents, but this year its clearly Covid19.

For those traveling our highways during this pandemic here are some expert suggestions to be safe and reduce your risk of becoming sick with Covid 19.

  1. Check your car or truck very carefully, including to be sure its service maintenance is current, brakes in proper working order, tires have proper tread and proper inflation, windshields wipers in good shape and windshields clean, gas tank full and or battery fully charged, etc.
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