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Bicyclist “Doored”

Our client, Stephen Glomba, 49 years old, was riding his bicycle in the City of Chino when a passenger of a parked vehicle suddenly opened the door right into the path of Stephen and his bicycle. Stephen suffered lacerations and contusions and was suffering from post concussion syndrome for approximately three months. We were able…

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AgnewBrusavich Sues Waste Management for Wrongful Death of UC Davis Professor

As published in The Davis Enterprise, AgnewBrusavich has filed a civil lawsuit against Waste Management, Inc. and its driver Craig Michael Tivey for the death of Kentaro Inoue, who was struck by a Waste Management garbage truck while bicycling to work. Tivey mistook the collision for previously reported engine problems, and continued to drag Inoue…

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Plaintiffs’ Attorneys Complain of Slashed Fees: Bruce Brusavich Featured in Daily Journal Article

Plaintiffs’ attorneys who represent minors and disabled clients on a contingency fee basis allege that judges often undermine their fee agreements, retroactively reducing contingencies and possibly discouraging attorneys from taking on cases involving children or the disabled. In the article “Plaintiffs’ Attorneys Complain of Slashed Fees,” Daily Journal turned to Partner Bruce Brusavich to weigh…

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The Complications Between Third Party Negligence Claims and Workers Compensation: Puneet Toor Authors Law360 Article

When an employee is seriously injured on the job because of a third party’s negligence, filing a personal injury lawsuit in addition to a workers’ compensation claim may result in unintended consequences for the client’s future medical care needs. In her Law360 article “Navigating Workers’ Comp and 3rd Party Negligence Claims”, Attorney Puneet Toor discusses…

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The Impact of Howell: Bruce Brusavich Authors Advocate Article

Partner Bruce M. Brusavich authored the Advocate article “Medical Liens and the Current Status of Howell” to analyze the Howell case and its lasting impact. In 2011, Rebecca Howell was insured with a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) when she was seriously injured in a traffic collision by a Hamilton Meats employee. Because of a pre-injury arrangement between…

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