Fresno paramedic Kyle Juarez, 37, was killed in a helicopter crash in Kern County in December 2015. A Superior Court judge on Monday, Aug. 14, 2015, dismissed a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Juarez’s widow and children, saying their legal remedy is through California’s workers’ compensation death benefits system.
Fresno paramedic Kyle Juarez, 37, was killed in a helicopter crash in Kern County in December 2015. A Superior Court judge on Monday, Aug. 14, 2015, dismissed a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Juarez’s widow and children, saying their legal remedy is through California’s workers’ compensation death benefits system. Special to The Bee
Fresno paramedic Kyle Juarez, 37, was killed in a helicopter crash in Kern County in December 2015. A Superior Court judge on Monday, Aug. 14, 2015, dismissed a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Juarez’s widow and children, saying their legal remedy is through California’s workers’ compensation death benefits system. Special to The Bee

When his helicopter went down, the family sued over his death. A judge says they can’t

August 16, 2017 05:44 PM

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    Maybe you’ve seen these guys caught on camera. If you have, the Fresno Police Department would like to know because on Nov. 10, 2017 they were recorded at a home in the area of north Channing Ave. and west Alluvial Ave. in Fresno. The victim, who was home at the time, reported hearing glass breaking and discovered a broken door. Call (559) 498-STOP if you information.