Would You Consider This A “Hit & Run” Accident

Imagine you were walking in the designated pedestrian section of the American River Parkway Trail and you were run into by a bicycle from behind. Imagine further you are a legend in the running community and the crash resulted in five facial fractures, a fractured skull, a broken hand, two

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How Your Case Is Handled in Our Office

All lawyers have their own way of representing their clients and nothing we are saying here is meant to vilify anyone’s method of case development. Some attorneys decide on day 1 they can settle out of court while others act as if your case may go to trial.  Here is

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A Warrior Named Alice

       Our Office has worked with the Elk Grove Food Bank Services for several years and our Senior Partner Glenn Guenard is one of the Food Bank Executive Directors.  We were recently one of the sponsors of the annual “Run 4 The Hungry” and we were moved when we learned

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Construction Defects And The Law

The news has been filled with stories about construction defects that have lead to lives being lost and even lives that hang in the balance as a result of defects that should have been uncovered during the initial planning and building phase.  In fact, several of these have been close

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Audit Slams P.U.C. On Deadly Limo Fire

A recent state audit provides evidence that California’s oversight of limousines, shuttles, charter busses and other passenger carriers is “insufficient to ensure consumer safety” in the aftermath of a deadly limo fire on the San Mateo Bridge.  We have written about this fire on several occasions.  The general public has

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