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Woman sues Pinole Walgreens after she was given the wrong prescription

A Bay Area woman recently sued Walgreens for giving her the wrong prescription medication.

Shirley Thompson alleged that she went to a Walgreens drug store in December of 2008 to have a prescription filled.

California house party lawsuit moves through court system

A wrongful death lawsuit involving a Diamond Bar house party is moving through the California court system.

The party was thrown by 20-year-old Jessica Manosa and resulted in the death of one of her guests. The lawsuit was initially dismissed by a trial court because of a state law giving party hosts immunity for alcohol-related legal liability.

Logan Barkus pedestrian wrongful death case dismissed on appeal

A lawsuit filed by a Los Angeles-area mother was recently dismissed by the California Court of Appeals.

The lawsuit involves Dina A. Barkus, who lost her son Logan Barkus in August 2008 when he was hit and killed by a driver.

Blythe Bus Accident Kills Four

Four people recently died in a tour bus accident near the California-Arizona border.

CBS Los Angeles reports that the accident happened at 2 a.m. last Wednesday outside of Blythe, a town in Riverside County. Nearly two dozen people were injured and four people were killed.

Greene Broillet & Wheeler for Upward Bound House

The attorneys at Greene Broillet & Wheeler support many charitable organizations and events throughout the Los Angeles area.

One of the organizations that we support is the Upward Bound House, whose mission is to eliminate homelessness among families with children in our community.

Two die in Huntington Beach drunk driving accident

Two people died this weekend after a high speed drunk driving car accident in Huntington Beach.

Authorities say that a 21-year-old driver lost control of his vehicle around 8 p.m. on Friday night at the intersection of Beach Boulevard and Sterling Drive. The vehicle slammed into a tree at a high rate of speed, ejecting one passenger.

Court Rules For Insurer in Arcadia Dave & Buster's Shooting

A Los Angeles federal appeals court recently ruled in favor of an insurance company in a lawsuit arising out of a shooting at an Arcadia Dave & Buster's.

This insurance bad faith case was filed by Jayson Gonzaga, who sued a private security company for failing to adequately protect him while he was a patron at the entertainment venue.

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