Category Archives : News

  • August 2, 2022

    Cesar Ornelas Law Files $10M Lawsuit Against San Antonio Daycare

    After your car accident, a car accident lawyer can gather information from the accident, give you legal advice, negotiate with insurance companies, and help you pursue compensation for your losses to heal from it and get back to your routine. In Cesar Ornelas Law, we truly believe that if you are injured, your sole responsibility is to rehabilitate and get as close as back to normal as you can.

  • February 15, 2022

    Cesar Ornelas Law Files $10M Lawsuit Against San Antonio Daycare

    Cesar Ornelas Law recently filed a $10M Lawsuit against a San Antonio Daycare center after a child claimed that she was touched inappropriately by a staff member. This is a landmark case for both Cesar Ornelas Law and the city of San Antonio. Egregious actions have come to light about how our children are being treated when in the care of others. In response to the heinousness of this case, Cesar Ornelas stated. “In my years of practicing l...

  • November 15, 2021

    Cesar Ornelas Law files lawsuits against Travis Scott and Drake for Astroworld Tragedy

    Approximately 30 minutes before Travis Scott was set to make his appearance at the Astroworld music festival in Houston, Texas, Hector Pescador was less than ten feet away from the barricades that separated general admission ticketholders from the upgraded VIP section of the festival. Despite still having time before Scott took the stage, Pescador, a 28-year-old from Laredo, reported that festival attendees were positioned in a way that did n...

  • August 23, 2021

    GM Recalls Chevy Bolts Due to Fire Risk

    Grand Rapids, Michigan Across the world, General Motors is recalling all Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles to fix a battery problem that could cause fires. The newest recall is an expansion of a previous recall. Last month, the company told owners of 2017-2019 model year vehicles to “park outdoors and not charge [their cars] overnight,” after two vehicles repaired in the earlier recall caught fire. This recall, among others, is shining ...

  • August 18, 2021

    Tesla’s Autopilot System to Be Investigated by U.S. Auto Safety Regulator

    Washington On Monday, U.S. auto safety regulators opened a formal safety probe into Tesla Inc's driver assistance system, Autopilot, after a series of crashes involving various Tesla models and emergency vehicles took place. According to The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there have been 11 crashes since January 2018, in which Teslas "have encountered first responder scenes and subsequently struck one or more vehic...

  • August 12, 2021

    Cesar Ornelas Law To Represent 24 Women Who Were Victims of a Hidden Restroom Camera

    El Paso, TX Cesar Ornelas Law To Represent 24 Women Who Were Victims of a Hidden Restroom Camera Cesar Ornelas Law filed suit this week against the Hilton Garden Inn El Paso University Hotel for hiring a known predator who victimized 24 women by placing a hidden camera in the hotel's restroom. High Desert Investments, Elevation Hotel Management, and David Monastere are also among those involved in the suit. David Monastere had been secretly...

  • August 2, 2021

    Deadly crash in Boerne closes I-10

    BOERNE, TX Early Monday morning, a single-vehicle crash occurred on interstate 10 in Boerne. One person was killed in the accident, resulting in the closure of the interstate for hours after the incident for repairs. According to a city spokesperson, the crash happened just before 8:30 Monday in rainy conditions. The vehicle caused structural damage when it hit the guard rail on the bridge over Ranger Creek Road. The Texas Department of...

  • August 2, 2021

    Cesar Ornelas Law to donate money for those in danger of having water cut-off

    San Antonio, TX SAWS will begin shutting water services off in San Antonio for past due bills in October. The company will resume the disconnection of services for customers with large past-due balances starting this Fall.   The water utility initially paused water service across San Antonio due to non-payment at the beginning of the Coronavirus Pandemic in March of 2020.   According to SAWS officials, there are currently 60.75% of accoun...

  • July 16, 2021

    Ford Recalls 775,000 SUVs for Steering Issue Linked to Six Injuries

    Ford Motor Co announced on Friday that it recalled approximately 775,000 Ford Explorer SUVs not only nationally but worldwide. The recall came into effect as a steering issue linked to reports of six injuries that came to light in North America. This specific recall covers vehicle models from 2013-2017 that may experience a seized cross-axis ball joint that could cause a fractured rear-suspension toe link. These things individually, but more ...

  • June 29, 2021

    Latest Pedestrian Deaths Add to an Already Deadly Year on San Antonio Roads

    San Antonio, TX Latest Pedestrian Deaths Add to an Already Deadly Year on San Antonio Roads Two pedestrians were hit and killed by vehicles this past weekend, adding to what is turning into the deadliest year for San Antonio pedestrians in the last 20 years. After the weekend's fatal incidents, there have now been 37 pedestrian deaths since the beginning of 2021. Last year's number of pedestrian deaths, 61, was the highest death total recor...

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