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6 Must-Follow Driving Tips for Winter in California

6 Must Follow Driving Tips for Winter in California Motorists traveling through the snow country of California’s mountains must be prepared for driving in winter weather. Locations such as Ebbetts Pass, Sonora Pass, June Lake Loop, Mammoth Lakes, and others can become hazardous when the snow starts to fall. As ski season and winter in California approaches, it’s

October 22nd, 2021|0 Comments

Jacob’s Journal – Weekly News Rewind (10/11-10/17)

Jacob's Journal Weekly News Rewind (10/11-10/17) Jacob’s Journal - Weekly News Rewind (09/20-09/26) Nearly 40% of California State Workers Are Unvaccinated Against COVID Despite Newsom Order Friday, October 15 (The Sacramento Bee) – Data from California’s Human Resources Department reveal only about 62% of state workers have received a COVID-19 vaccination as of October 7. In July,

October 17th, 2021|0 Comments

Sports-Related Injuries in a Negligence Lawsuit

Sports-Related Injuries in a Negligence Lawsuit Participating in sports has inherent risks. Most sports involve high degrees of contact, thus increasing the risk of injury. Separating a typical sports injury from an avoidable one is often what lands, many institutions and teams to a negligence lawsuit. While people generally “assume the risk” of possible harm when voluntarily playing

October 15th, 2021|0 Comments

What Qualifies as Gross Negligence?

What Qualifies as Gross Negligence? Two common terms in personal injury claims are “ordinary negligence” and “gross negligence”. In general, negligence is a lack of care and caution someone would use in circumstances similar to those surrounding an accident. A mistake or lack of attentiveness constitutes ordinary negligence. However, gross negligence refers to careless acts that disregard

September 29th, 2021|0 Comments

Jacob’s Journal – Weekly News Rewind (09/20-09/26)

Jacob's Journal Weekly News Rewind (09/20-09/26) Jacob’s Journal - Weekly News Rewind (09/20-09/26) California Now Requires Proof of COVID Vaccine or Negative Test at Indoor ‘Mega’ Events; Here’s What to Know Wednesday, September 22 (KTLA 5) – A state mandate issued this week requires attendees of large indoor events in California to have proof they are vaccinated

September 26th, 2021|0 Comments

Jacob’s Journal – Weekly News Rewind (09/13-09/19)

Jacob's Journal Weekly News Rewind (09/13-09/19) Jacob’s Journal - Weekly News Rewind (09/13-09/19) California First to Drop High COVID Transmission Status, Has Lowest Case Rate in U.S. Wednesday, September 15 (Newsweek) – On Wednesday, a map by the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed California as the only state below a high level of

September 19th, 2021|0 Comments

What Is California’s Wrongful Death Statute of Limitation?

What Is California’s Wrongful Death Statute of Limitation? A wrongful death lawsuit enables you to take legal action against a person or entity at fault for the loss of a loved one, whether through negligence, an intentional act, or medical malpractice. However, there is a statute of limitation that restricts the amount of time you have to

September 16th, 2021|0 Comments

Why Subway Is Collaborating with Elite Athletes and Celebrity Attorney, Jacob Emrani

Why Subway Is Collaborating with Elite Athletes and Celebrity Attorney, Jacob Emrani Call Jacob That’s right! Subway, the world's largest quick-service restaurant brand, serving guests across more than 100 countries in nearly 40,000 restaurants, has decided to collaborate with Los Angeles based personal injury law firm, The Law Offices of Jacob Emrani, (widely referred to as

September 14th, 2021|0 Comments

Jacob’s Journal – Weekly News Rewind (09/06-09/12)

Jacob's Journal Weekly News Rewind (09/06-09/12) Jacob’s Journal - Weekly News Rewind (09/06-09/12) California’s Central Valley Overwhelmed by COVID-19 Delta Surge Wednesday, September 8 (Los Angeles Times) – The fourth surge of the COVID-19 pandemic has hit California’s Central Valley especially hard, and many hospitals are overwhelmed with critically ill patients. Some patients must be transported over

September 12th, 2021|0 Comments
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