Did you or a loved one suffer a head or brain injury in a car accident? Even minor brain injuries can have a significant impact on a person's life, ultimately affecting a person's ability to live and work normally.
Whether it was a motor vehicle accident, a work-related accident or some other trauma, you may have known as soon as it happened that something just wasn't right. You may have wondered if shock was the reason why you couldn't feel anything.
If you suffered injury as the result of a dog bite or your child did, you know how scary the attack itself can be and how overwhelming the aftermath is. In the midst of the confusion, medical needs and other issues, you may not know that you could actually have valid grounds to move forward with a civil claim.
Matt Easton and his clients were interviewed for the OC Register about OC Coroner misidentificaiton case. Watch the video at: Families demand answers after coroner mix-up
CNN cites email correspondence from Matt Easton to CNN on the Orange County Coroner mistaken identity case.
Doug Easton was interviewed on TODAY on NBC this morning about the Orange County Coroner case involving the mistaken identify of a deceased individual, and the family's horriffic experience.
Imagine the horror of getting a call that your child is dead. Imagine notifying your relatives and friends, grieving the loss and holding the memorial. Eleven days after the $20,000 memorial service you get a call telling you that your son is not in fact dead.
About two years ago, a Costa Mesa man was waiting for a bus at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles. His plan was to meet some friends in Las Vegas.