Ask Jerry 2016

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In the News

Mercury News: The government's prosecution against PG&E in a criminal trial linked to a fatal explosion in San Bruno will feature nearly 1,000 pieces of evidence and 44 witnesses, including some former and current PG&E executives who have received immunity to testify against the embattled utility.
April 26, 2016
East Bay Times: In the first indication that the design, and not just construction mistakes, may have contributed to the Berkeley balcony collapse last summer, the board that oversees licensed architects revealed Monday that it has joined the investigation into the tragedy that killed six people.
April 25, 2016
East Bay Times: A San Mateo state senator is proposing that doctors who have been placed on probation by the state medical board be required to tell their patients about their lapses. A review by this newspaper found that 43 doctors in the East Bay and South Bay are on probation for offenses such as sexual misconduct with patients, medical negligence, overprescribing of narcotics and substance abuse.
April 24, 2016

Press Releases

Senators Hill & Hancock Hold Hearing To Examine What The State Has Done To Improve Oversight of Building Firms With A History Of Construction Defect Settlements

State Senators Jerry Hill and Senator Loni Hancock convene a hearing of the Senate Committee on Business, Professions and Economic Development to examine what state agencies have done to tighten oversight of firms with a history of...

April 22, 2016

Senator Jerry Hill, Consumers Union & Patient Safety Advocates Urge Support for Bill to Require Doctors on Probation to Notify Clients

The Consumers Union, victims of botched treatment and other severe medical errors, as well as individuals whose loved ones died as a result of similar mistakes join Senator Jerry Hill in a news conference to urge support of Hill’s Senate Bill...
April 08, 2016

Hill, MADD Call for Senate Committee to Pass IID Bill to Prevent Drunk Driving

Senator Jerry Hill, Mothers Against Drunk Driving and surviving family members of victims killed by drunk drivers gather on the steps of the state Capitol Tuesday before the Senate Public Safety Committee’s hearing on SB 1046.

March 29, 2016