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Jacob’s Journal – Weekly News Rewind (11/16-11/22)

Jacob’s Journal - Weekly News Rewind (11/16-11/22) California to Impose ‘Limited’ Stay-At-Home Order, Curfew in Purple Tier Counties; All SoCal Counties Impacted Thursday, November 19 (KTLA 5) – In a Thursday afternoon announcement, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a limited but mandatory stay-at-home order and overnight curfew for most residents starting Saturday night. The measure

November 22nd, 2020|0 Comments

Who Is Responsible in a Self-Driving Car Accident?

Who Is Responsible in a Self-Driving Car Accident? Originally concept cars, self-driving autonomous vehicles are no longer science fiction. But a self-driving car is just as capable of getting into an accident as one operated by a driver. It is not common to see a self-driving car accident as of yet, but that could change

November 20th, 2020|0 Comments

Jacob’s Journal – Weekly News Rewind (11/09-11/15)

Jacob’s Journal - Weekly News Rewind (11/09-11/15) California Issues Travel Advisory Urging 14-day Quarantine After Passing 1 Million COVID-19 Cases Friday, November 13 (KTLA 5) - As COVID-19 cases surge to over 1 million in the state of California, the state issues added advisories and bans to keep its citizens safe. On Friday a new travel advisory

November 15th, 2020|0 Comments

What to Do If You Have Been Injured by a Defective Product

What to Do If You Have Been Injured by a Defective Product A defective product injury is often a severe, life-changing event. Every year, far too many victims in California, including Los Angeles, experience a serious injury due to a product malfunction, design flaw, design defect, or unclear/missing instructions or warnings. A defective product can

November 10th, 2020|0 Comments

Jacob’s Journal – Weekly News Rewind (11/02-11/08)

Jacob’s Journal - Weekly News Rewind (11/02-11/08) Gatherings Likely to Blame for Coronavirus Case Number Uptick in L.A. County: Health Official Monday, November 2 (KTLA 5) – Officials reported 1,400 new COVID-19 cases Monday amidst an uptick in infections across Los Angeles County. A weekly survey from the University of Southern California Center for Social

November 8th, 2020|0 Comments

Jacob’s Journal – Weekly News Rewind (10/26-11/01)

Jacob’s Journal - Weekly News Rewind (10/26-11/01) As California Warns of Coronavirus Uptick, Gov. Newsom Names Vaccine Ethics Panel Tuesday, October 27 (KTLA 5) - Governor Gavin Newsom issued new warnings on Tuesday as cases of COVID-19 started to increase, resulting in an uptick of coronavirus-related hospitalizations. Los Angeles County is one of three counties

November 1st, 2020|0 Comments

Common Causes of Pedestrian Accidents in Los Angeles

Common Causes of Pedestrian Accidents in Los Angeles Being on your feet is good for your health, and the environment. However, it does come with the risk of getting into a pedestrian accident, especially near busy streets in urban areas like Los Angeles. Not every pedestrian accident is the same. There are several common causes

October 23rd, 2020|0 Comments

Jacob’s Journal – Weekly News Rewind (10/19-10/23)

Jacob’s Journal - Weekly News Rewind (10/19-10/23) Widespread Community Transmission of Coronavirus is Keeping L.A. County in Restrictive Reopening Tier, Officials Say Monday, October 19 (KTLA 5) – Los Angeles County officials say a continued high rate of community transmission of coronavirus is preventing the county from moving into a less restrictive tier for reopening. There were

October 22nd, 2020|0 Comments
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