“A partner with Singleton Schreiber, LLP, and an attorney for the plaintiff in the lawsuit, called jails “pandemic hotbeds, ripe for Covid-19 outbreaks.”
“A woman who alleges she was struck by a law enforcement projectile during last year’s contentious protest at La Mesa police headquarters is suing the city, San Diego County and the officers allegedly involved.
Michelle Horton alleges in a complaint filed Friday in San Diego federal court that she was standing on the corner of Spring Street and University Avenue on May 30 when “out of the blue,” a group of officers drove by and shot her in the chest with a rubber bullet, “causing serious physical injury, pain and suffering, and humiliation.”
“Dozens of U.S. law firms have formed a coalition to fight a new $2 billion settlement proposal by Monsanto owner Bayer AG that aims to contain the company’s ongoing liability related to claims that Roundup herbicides cause a type of cancer known as non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL)”
“Singleton Law Firm, a leading California fire litigation law firm, recently filed a lawsuit against Liberty Utilities Co. for its negligence in causing last month’s Mountain View Fire in Northern California. The firm represents more than 20 victims of the fire that burned more than 32 square miles, damaged or destroyed more than 80 structures, and caused multiple injuries including at least one death.”
“Another group of home and business owners – this time victims of the Slater fire in Northern California and Southern Oregon – have filed a lawsuit alleging PacifiCorp was negligent in failing to maintain its transmission lines and de-energize them in advance of the conflagration that burned more than 157,000 acres, destroyed 700 structures and killed one person.”
“Singleton Schreiber, a leading California fire litigation law firm, filed a lawsuit alleging that negligence by the utility company PacifiCorp was cause of the Slater Fire, which burned more than 157,000 acres and damaged or destroyed more than 700 structures in Siskiyou County early this year. Singleton Schreiber represents the family of one decedent and dozens of homeowner and renters who lost their homes in the fire.”