The elderly deserve to live out their latter days in peace and comfort. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Many suffer physical abuse at the hands of their nurse, professional caretaker, or even a close acquaintance or family member. Even worse, innumerable cases of elder physical abuse go unreported every year. It is up […]
It has been determined that flames sparked at an excavation site was the cause of the Rancho Bernardo Fire, which scorched some 1,548 acres and forced thousands of evacuations.
The Jurewitz Law Group recently joined forces with the grassroots organization Surfrider Foundation to help clean and protect San Diego’s South Mission Beach.
The Jurewitz Law Group is proud to announce that, as of January 2013, they are one of the first 11 law firms in the United States to offer free legal services to injured children ages 12 years old and younger as part of a new program called “Free Lawyers for Kids.” San Diego, CA – […]
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recently began work on a federal clearinghouse of drug and alcohol use information related to commercial truck and bus drivers. When complete, the clearinghouse will make it possible for any commercial driver employer in the U.S. to look up potential hires and check their history of alcohol or […]
Several news outlets have reported that on February 10, an engine fire onboard a Carnival Triumph cruise ship left it adrift in the Gulf of Mexico 150 miles off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula for four days until it was towed into port in Mobile, Alabama. In the time it was stranded, passengers were […]
The reports of three patient deaths linked to use of the drug Omontys (peginesatide) has prompted the marketers of the drug to issue a recall, according to a recent article in the New York Times. The recall is linked not only to the deaths but also to separate reports of patients suffering severe allergic reactions […]
Police are still looking for the driver of a car that left the scene after an accident that injured a San Diego motorcyclist, according to a recent news report from CBS 8.
A San Diego nanny lost her life and the toddler she was caring for had been seriously injured when a sport utility vehicle (SUV) struck the pair as they were crossing the street at the intersection of Camino Del Sur and Via Verrazzano near Rancho Santa Fe, according to an NBC San Diego report.
A number of San Diego intersections are guarded by “red light cameras,” which record traffic behavior, including negligent acts that result in intersection accidents. However, these cameras may soon be turned off, according to a recent article in the San Diego Union-Times.