Perspective on Causation

22 May

by: Dave Alden

But-for test; Proximate Cause; Duty; Foreseeable Plaintiff; Superseding Cause

While no one would suggest that the on-field injury that sidelined an NFL athlete led to his death two weeks later, the tragic series of events that befell Sean Taylor illustrates the seemingly simple concept of causation, and how this concept evolved into an important and often controversial doctrine in the world of tort law.

Free Credit Report

22 May

Free Credit Report Everyone’s heard of, right? But go to this page, and you’ll have the option of paying $39.95 for credit reports from the three major reporting companies or $14.95 for a single report from Experian. What happened … Read More »

Student Aid FAFSA

22 May
Funding college tuition

Student Aid Application Filing for Federal Student Aid can be a daunting, but necessary, task for many of us. There is a Free Application for Federal Student Aid program. Visit the U.S. Department of Education site at That’s where … Read More »

People v Concha

21 May

Filed 11/12/09 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF CALIFORNIA THE PEOPLE, Plaintiff and Respondent, S163811 v. Ct.App. 2/5 B195197 REYES CONCHA et al., Los Angeles County Defendants and Appellants. Super. Ct. No. BA287017 ____________________________________) Reyas Concha, Julio Hernandez, and Max Sanchez … Read More »