-Everest Names Collura Director of Marketing and Distribution for West

-Topa in California Names O’Brien Marketing Director

-Flash Flood Watches for Parts of Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah

-Rapper Nelly Settles Washington Sex Assault Lawsuit

-Parents Sue Idaho Charter School over Reported Assault Handling

-EEOC Hits California Grocer With Suit for Firing Employee over Medical Leave
 Request

A Los Angeles man has been fined $550 and ordered to pay restitution for riding an electric scooter while intoxicated and knocking over a 64-year-old pedestrian on a sidewalk.

 

The L.A. City Attorney’s Office said the prosecution of 28-year-old Nicholas Kauffroath was the first motorized scooter DUI incident charged in Los Angeles.more.....

First e-Scooter DUI Case for Los Angeles

-Texas Accepting Comments on 2019 Workers’ Comp Research Agenda

-After ‘Brain-Eating Amoeba’ Death, Texas Surf Resort Closed for Testing

-Texas Coastal Lawmakers Urge Denial of Windstorm Insurer’s 10% Rate
 Increase Request

-2 Insurer Tax Credits Under Scrutiny by Arkansas Task Force

-Worldwide Facilities, Petro Guardian to Offer Lightning Risk Product to Oil & Gas
 Industry

-Linking P/C Auto Insurance Customer Experience to Improved Financial Value

-Nationwide Insurance Dashcam Investment Pays Off for Nonprofit Agency

-How New Business Is Creating a New Wholesaler-Retailer Relationship

-IAT Insurance Group Finalizes Acquisition of New Jersey’s IFIC Surety Group

‘Gig’ Economy May Not Be the Workforce of the Future

The “gig” economy might not be the new frontier for America’s workforce after all.

 

From Uber to TaskRabbit to YourMechanic, so-called gig work has been widely seen as ideal for people who want the flexibility  more...

-Oklahoma Students Injured When Bus Rolls Over in Central Texas

-Study: Texas to See More Frequent 100-Year Rain Events

-What Comes Next in Facebook’s Major Data Breach

SAM HOOPER AND ASSOCIATES 2018

Levy Barnes

Levy Barnes, our Northern California Senior Investigator. He is a former California Highway Patrol Officer, currently licensed Private Investigator and Polygraph Examiner.  Levy has over 20 years Investigation experience.

-Federal Prosecutor Threatens Law-Breaking Pot Businesses in Colorado

-Doctor’s Alleged Fraud Scheme Throws Medical Claims Review Process into
 Doubt

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