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April 2014 Archives

San Diego Wrongful Death, Jackie Clinton Jackson found dead

A San Diego man who was the victim of a suspected wrongful death died at a hospital on April 24th after being found unconscious in the street by his San Carlos house. The man has been identified as 52 year old Jackie Clinton Jackson Jr.. San Diego police are investigating the death as a possible hit-and-run. A neighbor called police about 5:10 a.m. after seeing Mr. Jackson at the foot of a driveway on Beaver Lake Drive, east of Cowles Mountain Boulevard. Mr. Jackson was on the ground between two parked vehicles and was unresponsive when medics arrived. Mr. Jackson was then transported to Sharp Memorial Hospital, where he was overcome by his injuries and died hours after admission.

UPDATE FedEx Wrongful Death, first suit in I-5 school bus head-on

The mother of a 17-year-old student who was among 10 people killed in a highway crash on Interstate-5 earlier this month has filed suit against FedEx for the wrongful death of their child. The suit, filed on April 22nd in Los Angeles Superior Court, accuses the FedEx driver of negligence and alleges that FedEx failed to properly maintain its vehicles in safe working condition.

San Diego Car Accidents, South Mission chain reaction kills teen

All too often, San Diego parents receive the horrific news that their child was killed in a car accident. On April 17, 2014, the parents of 14 year old Dana Jean Morofski received that terrible information. This child lost her life in a chain reaction of car accidents on South Mission Road, in Fallbrook, California. She was in the front passenger seat of a Honda Civic. For unknown reasons, the driver lost control of the Honda. The vehicle crossed the double yellow lines of the roadway and struck an on coming Nissan Titan truck. The Honda then spun sideways into the southbound lane and was struck on the passenger side by a Toyota pick-up truck.

San Diego Personal Injury, GM defect intentionally concealed

GM has released new details about another serious defect in their vehicles leading to personal injury lawsuits. According to GM, ignition switches in certain vehicles can deactivate in a collision, causing the airbags to, in turn, deactivate. The force of the crash actually turns the vehicles' airbags off and prevents them from deploying. This increases the chance of serious personal injury and  wrongful death.

San Diego Dog Bites, $7 million jury verdict for victim

In a recent Florida dog bite case, a jury awarded a man more than $7 million to compensate him for injuries and future medical expenses associated with the dog bites he suffered back in 2011. The man sustained severe epidermal injuries and permanent back injuries as he fought to escape from three aggressive dogs owned by his neighbors.

UPDATE: FedEx Wrongful Death Accident in Orland, California

Updates regarding the FedEx wrongful death crash on Interstate-5 raise questions regarding the maintenance and safety of FedEx's vehicles. Eyewitness reports indicate that the FedEx truck was on fire before it collided head-on with a bus that was en route to Humboldt State University for student orientation.

Wrongful Death in Orland, FedEx Hits Bus Head-On

On April 10, 2014, several Southern California parents received horrific news. A terrible traffic accident caused the wrongful death of five high school students, three chaperones and 2 vehicle drivers after a FedEx truck collided head-on with a chartered bus.

Santa Ana drunk driving accident, 10 year old hit in crosswalk

drunk driving accident has left one Santa Ana family devastated after their son was critically injured by a drunk driver. The ten year old boy was in the crosswalk at 17th Street and Cabrillo Park Drive when Suray Leon, the drunk driver of a Ford F-150, ran a red light and struck the child. The boy was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Suray Leon now faces charges for Felony DUI.

San Diego Hit & Run Bicycle Accident Drunk Driver Rancho Bernardo

A serious bicycle accident occurred on Monday, April 7th in Rancho Bernardo. A 72 year old female drunk driver struck a 62 year old bicyclist and then fled the scene. The 72 year old drunk was driving a Hyundai northbound on Pomerado Road when she collided with the bicyclist. The bicyclist suffered a fractured spine, head injuries, and fractured ribs. An investigation later revealed that the automobile driver was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident.

San Diego car accidents, 4-car pileup on SR 52 at SR 125

The latest in a series of car accidents involving multiple vehicles happened on California State Route 52 at California State Route 125 on Thursday, March 27th. The accident involved a large black pickup truck that sustained rear-end damage and a white SUV that had front end damage according to the California Highway Patrol. No names were released in the accident, but officials confirmed that two other vehicles were involved. At least one person was hospitalized.

San Diego dog bites, pit bulls injure three in Bay Terraces

Dog bites were rampant in Bay Terraces on March 1st of this year. A roaming pack of three pit bulls attacked three different people in three separate attacks. The dogs first attacked 60 year-old Norma Williams while she was walking home from Church. The pit bulls surrounded and attacked her, biting her ankle and ripping her pants. Nearby resident Michael Ward heard Ms. Williams' screams and came to her aid. The pit bulls then attacked Mr. Ward, biting him many times on his thigh and torso. Later, the dogs attacked a 79 year-old man who was taken to a nearby hospital to be treated for the dog attack injuries.

San Diego personal injury, Uber driver attacks female passenger

Uber is in more hot water, following a personal injury law suit brought against the company in March, 2014. This latest suit, brought by a female Uber passenger, alleges that a male Uber driver repeatedly fondled her while she was a passenger in the vehicle. After the female passenger moved to the front seat to help direct the driver, he began making lewd comments and repeatedly fondled the woman's legs, breasts and groin area. The passenger demanded that the driver stop and let her out, but the driver locked the doors and refused to let her leave. The passenger was eventually able to escape after she threatened to call the police.

San Diego Alert, First wrongful death suit in massive GM recall

The first wrongful death claim against General Motors (GM) has been filed in the wake of revelations that GM was aware of an automotive defect for over a decade, but failed to take appropriate corrective measures. The defect involves the ignition switch in the Saturn Ion and the Chevy Cobalt. If the car's keys have a heavy keychain on them while the keys are in the ignition, the extra weight can cause the ignition switch to suddenly turn off. This causes the car's steering, braking, and airbags to deactivate, leaving the occupants in the vehicle in peril. GM reported that the defect has been linked to twelve deaths. Independent reports suggest the figure is more than three hundred deaths.

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