Michael Piuze

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Attorney representing several of the victims of the farmers' market crash and part of the steering committee of lawyers involved in the case

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Three years ago, George Russell Weller told Santa Monica police officers he had no idea
how his Buick LeSabre accelerated through a crowded farmers' market, killing 10
people and…

Is It Time to Crack Down on Elderly Drivers?

Three years ago, George Russell Weller told Santa Monica police officers he had no idea how his Buick LeSabre accelerated through a crowded farmers' market, killing 10 people and…

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