Ehline Law Blog


Jul 10, 2020

Glee Star - Naya Rivera Disappearance and Water Safety

A child is found alone at sea. The mother is gone. This is not a Gleeful situation and could have been avoided with a buddy system?

Jul 7, 2020

The Obama Connection to Hillary’s Emails

Checking the fact-checkers. Did Obama tell the truth about Hillary Clinton's illegal, private email server?

Jul 7, 2020

Seattle’s Liability for Protester Traffic Death

Did Seattle cause or create the conditions that allowed a pedestrian to get run over?

Jul 6, 2020

July 4, 2020 Fireworks, Fires and Injuries

Burn and Explosion attorney, Michael Ehline discusses the fires started in the aftermath of July 4, 2020, and what to do.

Jul 6, 2020

COVID Mask Defect?

Expert injury lawyer and Essential Services Sector worker, Michael Ehline, explains your rights when you get stuck with a bad mask and get injured.

Jul 6, 2020

Unconstitutional Nature of California’s Face Mask Order

While Act Blue donors are given a free pass to destroy businesses in Los Angeles and other cities, parents, business people, and taxpayers not living at with their parents suffer during COVID -19 restrictions. Is this a form of reparations to make things fair, or does it violate equal protection?

Jul 3, 2020

Cop Attacked Enforcing Pool Closure: Legal Rights

Trespassing mob beats police officer at a closed private swimming pool. The latest in a series of assaults and murders of police ends in a cop's beating at a swimming pool.

Jun 30, 2020

Paper Shredder Office Injury Information

Expert attorney Michael Ehline discusses the risks of paper shredders at home and the office. Protect yourself and your kids by reading this amazing expose.

Jun 28, 2020

Understanding the Coronavirus Changes to Tricare

USMC veteran, attorney Michael Ehline, discusses COVID-19's changes amid Tricare and the V.A. Healthcare System.

Jun 28, 2020

ALERT: Spiked Hand Sanitizer!

Warning, you could be making yourself sick with wood alcohol or methanol tainted hand sanitizer. Let's see what attorneys have to say about this newest risk to public health.