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California Law Increases Nursing Home Violation Fines
Posted By The McClellan Law Firm || Jan 22, 2015Noncompliant assisted living facilities could face serious fines in the future, news sources report. According to new California legislature, fines for out-of-line nursing homes will increase hundredfold in the coming year. The new law states that the maximum fines for state violations will jump from $150 to $15,000. The law is one of several bills passed by Gov. Jerry Brown that will tighten ...Continue Reading
911 Dispatcher May Have Given Faulty Instructions
Posted By The McClellan Law Firm || Jan 15, 2015A 911 dispatcher in San Diego may have given questionable medical instructions, local news reports. The accident occurred when a motorcycle struck a pedestrian, amputating his leg. A bystander used his belt as a tourniquet in an attempt to save the man's life, following first-aid training he received in the Navy. "I put the belt around his leg and stopped the bleeding," said the man. "It's been ...Continue Reading
Licensed Undocumented Drivers Expected to Make California Roadways Safer
Posted By The McClellan Law Firm || Jan 8, 2015The New Year brings a number of new laws to the state of California. From campus sexual consent laws to plastic bag bans, many of these new laws are designed to make California a better, safer place to live. That couldn't be more true of California Assembly Bill 60 (AB 60), also known as The Safe and Responsible Driver Act. AB 60 officially took effect on January 1, 2015. The official title for AB ...Continue Reading
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