December 15, 2016

Ellis Law Corporation

Personal Injury

How to Win a Wrongful Death Case in California

The unfortunate and unexpected death of a family member can take not just an emotional toll on surviving family members, but a financial one as well if they are left without a provider. California law recognizes this loss and permits survivors to file a wrongful death lawsuit to recover for the loss. A personal injury…

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December 12, 2016

Ellis Law Corporation

Personal Injury

5 Common Mistakes Made in Personal Injury Lawsuits

A successful personal injury claim can ensure you’re fairly compensated for medical costs, hospital bills, property damage and other losses after being hurt in a car crash, fall, or other type of preventable accident. However, there are several frequently made mistakes that have the potential to undermine or significantly reduce your financial recovery. In many…

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December 6, 2016

Ellis Law Corporation

Personal Injury

Calculating Damages in a Personal Injury Case

When a fall, motor vehicle accident, or workplace mishap causes serious harm, the law affords remedies to seek compensation from negligent parties. If you’re considering legal action after a preventable accident, you’re probably wondering how much your case is worth. In personal injury cases, monetary damages may be ordered by a judge following a trial,…

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December 6, 2016

Ellis Law Corporation

Personal Injury

Biggest Personal Injury Settlements in California

Ellis Injury Law Firm has presided over more than $100 million in favorable settlements for our plaintiffs in Southern California. Some of our cases have included the biggest personal injury settlements in California. Plaintiffs filing personal injury lawsuits can expect to win thousands of dollars with a successful settlement or verdict. Here are details on…

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September 12, 2016

Ellis Law Corporation

News

Exploding Batteries Prompt Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Phone Recall

Consumers who purchased a new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone before mid-September are advised to power down their cells immediately, due to serious safety concerns. According to the South Korean multi-national company, there is a verifiable risk that the Note 7 can explode and catch fire due to problems with a faulty battery. While Samsung…

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March 24, 2016

Ellis Law Corporation

Construction Accidents

Construction Worker Plunges to His Death in LA

A construction worker, on his second day on the job, fell 53 stories to his death last week. The accident occurred at the Wilshire Grand Center tower, which has been under construction for the past three years. Officials for the construction company called the accident “not work-related.” The building, which is located in the 600…

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March 20, 2016

Ellis Law Corporation

News

Fiery Torrence 6-Car Crash Kills 1, Injures 4

A dozen off-duty firefighters were not enough to save the driver of a truck who was trapped in his burning vehicle after crashing through an intersection in Torrance last week. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene while four others suffered minor injuries in the 6-car collision. The crash took place at about 1:40 p.m….

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February 5, 2016

Ellis Law Corporation

News

LAPD Cruiser Crashes En Route To Chase

Two Los Angeles cops en route to a police chase in Jefferson Park on the night of February 2, instead ended up at the hospital after being injured in a three-car accident. The officers were planning to back-up police in pursuit of a fleeing vehicle when they were involved in the crash at Crenshaw Boulevard at…

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January 11, 2016

Ellis Law Corporation

News

Teen Suffers “Significant Injury” after Pit Bull Dog Bite

On Wednesday, November 11, a 13-year-old boy was injured when his uncle’s pit bull bit his right arm. Lt. Joseph Fender of the sheriff’s Lancaster Station reported that the incident occurred at around 4:00 p.m. in the 43300 block of 166th Street East in Lake Los Angeles, California. Authorities stated that the boy was playing…

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