Ainbinder & Pratt's latest updates and commentary on workers compensation, personal injury and car accident legal issues.


One of the recent most closely watched California workers’ comp cases has now been decided. The case is County of San Diego v. WCAB (Christopher Pike), a 2018 case out of the California Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District, Division One (see link to the decision...

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Pedestrian Deaths Remain High, New Report Finds

Whether major or minor, car accidents can be a scary and stressful experience. It can be an especially upsetting experience if a pedestrian is involved in the accident. And, according to a report by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), "nearly 6,000...

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When Can You Sue for Identity Theft?

With the convenience of technology comes new risks as well. Although identity theft can occur without using the internet, it does make this crime easier to commit. Having your identity stolen can be very difficult, especially since you may not discover it until much...

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Girl Dies From Falling Mirror in Payless

A Georgia family is grieving after a falling mirror killed their two-year-old daughter, Ifrah Siddique, inside a Payless ShoeSource store. It's a tragic case touching on the legal responsibilities of retailers and the legal rights and remedies available to store...

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HIV Patients Sue CVS Over Privacy Issue

There are many things that Americans hold dear, and one of the big ones is the right to privacy. And, when we feel that we've suffered an invasion of privacy, we want the person who violated our privacy held accountable. That's what's happening with a group of HIV...

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How to Challenge a Medical Bill

The world (and the internet) is full of medical bill horror stories, from massive costs for uninsured patients undergoing extensive treatments to denied insurance claims wreaking havoc on families and loved ones. Getting stuck with a large medical bill can put a major...

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Can You Sue a ‘Naturopathic Doctor’?

Mario Rodriguez was a twenty-one year old physics student in Spain. So when he was diagnosed with leukemia, he did what you might not expect him to do. He spent �4,000 on alternative medicines and shunned a bone marrow transplant and chemotherapy. He later died of an...

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Can Victims of a Mass Shooting Sue the Government?

The best answer is, it's unlikely. True, litigants sue the government every day, over alleged civil rights violations, controversial laws, run-of-the-mill personal injury claims against government agencies and employees, and more. The real question is usually less...

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Can Doctors Be Sued for Not Washing Hands?

You'd think this wouldn't be a thing. Kids learn to wash their hands from a young age. Employees can be required to wash their hands after using the restroom. And, in general, most people are pretty good about it. Despite this, doctors, who really should know best...

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In 2017 there was quite a flap in the California legislature over a single-payer healthcare bill. That bill, SB 562, known as “The Healthy California Act”, passed the California Senate  in June 2017 by 23 to 17 on essentially a party-line vote. Sponsored by the...

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