Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb Houston Attorney Clayton Rawlings Covers Personal Injury Lawsuits and Mediation in New Books 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Texas author and attorney Clayton Rawlings, a partner at Hampton & Rawlings, pens two books on personal injury pertaining to lawsuits and mediation. HOUSTON (PRWEB) November 18, 2019 Attorney Rawlings, who represents individuals who have been injured due to the negligence of corporations or individuals for 28 years, recently released “Personal Injury Lawsuits: A Victim’s Guide To Victory,” and “Mediation In A Personal Injury Case,” both of which are available on Amazon. In “Personal Injury Lawsuits: A Victim’s Guide … [Read more...] about Houston Attorney Clayton Rawlings Covers Personal Injury Lawsuits and Mediation in New Books
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The 49ers could face Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers, Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson and New Orleans’ Drew Brees without Pro Bowl pass-rusher Dee Ford. On Monday, head coach Kyle Shanahan said Ford suffered a hamstring strain in Sunday’s 36-26 win over Arizona and acknowledged concern the injury could sideline him for “a couple weeks.” Ford immediately called for a substitute Sunday when he sacked quarterback Kyler Murray in the second quarter and walked with an awkward gait along the sideline after he emerged from the medical tent. Ford had played just 38 percent of the snaps in the first nine games before Sunday due to tendinitis in his upper knee and quadriceps, but has excelled as a situation pass-rusher: Ford ranks third on the team with 6.5 sacks and fourth with six QB hits, despite ranking 13th on the team in defensive snaps. San Francisco 49ers Sporting GreenBy Scott Ostler49ers’ Garoppolo or Raiders’ Carr: Who’s better?49ersBy Ann … [Read more...] about 49ers’ Dee Ford could miss multiple games with hamstring injury
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Monday announced his office has sued Juul, accusing the San Francisco e-cigarette company of illegally advertising to young people and failing to warn consumers about the potential health risks of using Juul products. The suit also accuses Juul of failing to verify the age of California consumers and violating the privacy rights of minors by keeping the email addresses of underage buyers who failed age verification on Juul’s website, and using those emails to send them marketing materials. The complaint was filed in Alameda County Superior Court. The state jointly filed the suit with Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey. Becerra said it comes after a 21-month investigation into Juul practices. The legal age to buy e-cigarettes and other tobacco products in California is 21. Catherine Ho is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email: [email protected] Twitter: @Cat_Ho Related Stories Biz & TechBy Catherine HoJuul to … [Read more...] about California attorney general sues Juul, alleging vape ads targeted youths
SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) — The Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office was forced to hand over the prosecution of a case of alleged sexual assault to the California Attorney General after one of its prosecutors used the victim, his daughter, as bait to gather more evidence against the suspect. “The prosecutor, in my opinion, crossed the line and took over the role of a law enforcement person–a police officer. That was poor judgment and never should have happened,” said retired Judge LaDoris Cordell. According to the police report, the victim’s father had her walk along the Alamitos Creek Trail in South San Jose until she made contact with the suspect, 76-year-old Ali Mohammad Lajmiri. The victim’s father waited nearby so he could record the suspect’s interactions with his daughter on his phone. Investigators say the victim’s father recorded the suspect putting his arm around the 13-year-old’s waist, trying to kiss her before … [Read more...] about CA Attorney General Takes Case Of Prosecutor Who Used Daughter To Lure Suspected Molester
SAN DIEGO — It's past 6 o'clock on a dour morning, and there's no sign of the men I'm downtown with a photographer to meet — the "Scoot Scoop" guys. Dan Borelli and John Heinkel have become infamous in these parts for making a buck by sticking it to the venture capitalists responsible for the electric scooter epidemic plaguing Southern California and dozens of major American cities. In the last year or so, dockless electric ride-share scooters have popped up on streets, sidewalks and, at least once, on the highway in more than a hundred cities worldwide. San Diego alone has tens of thousands of the dockless scooters available for rent. And unlike San Francisco, which had laws in place and a robust vetting process for scooter companies, San Diego and other cities are more like the Wild West — which is precisely why scooters seem to be, well, everywhere around here, industry insiders will tell you. "The places where there are no laws, that's where we go in," Bird CEO … [Read more...] about Will San Diego ‘Scoot Scoop’ Guys Slay Electric Scooter Goliaths?