Injury Law Blog

  • Implanon Lawsuits
    By Sandra Dalton, Staff Writer Implanon (etonogestrel implant) is a non-oral contraceptive that is implanted in the upper arm. While it is a convenient form of birth control that lasts three years without the need to take a daily pill or get repeated injections, it is also known to cause serious
  • NJ Legislation Passes to Help Car Accident Victims Recover Damages
    By Lynn Fugaro, Staff Writer Good news for drivers in the Garden State: Two pieces of legislation to help injured motorists recover damages following car accidents were signed into law on August 15 by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. NJ Senator Nicholas Scutari sponsored both pieces of legislation
  • Bus Safety For Back to School
    Children all over the country are heading back to school. Some students will be walking to school, others will catch a ride from mom, dad or grandma. But nearly 25 million U.S. students will take the bus to school. Luckily, school buses are one of the safest modes of transportation on the roadways
  • Uloric Lawsuits
    By Sandra Dalton, Staff Writer Uloric (febuxostat) is used to treat gout. In February 2019, after reviewing the results of a safety study, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a safety announcement warning that Uloric increase the risk of cardiovascular events and death and added a
  • Central Texas veterans Sergeant Gilberto Figueroa and Staff Sergeant Charles Partain have joined thousands of veterans nationwide in suing Minnesota-based tech company 3M. Both Figueroa and Partain say that the company’s defective earplugs are Read More
  • Each year, the month of March is marked as the time to honor those impacted by brain injury and promote prevention, care, research, and advocacy. For over 30 years, the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) has called on the nation to observe Read More
  • On Sunday, March 10 at 2 a.m., most clocks will ‘spring forward’ causing a majority of Americans to lose an hour of sleep.  Losing that one precious hour of sleep is the downside of daylight saving time. But, on the bright side, we gain an extra Read More
  • According to the most recent statistics from the US Census reports, there are 18.2 million veterans in the United States from all wars and all branches of service. Unfortunately, veterans are at risk of developing mesothelioma or other fatal Read More
  • By Zac Pingle, Staff Writer What is Workers’ Compensation? Workers’ compensation allows injured workers to receive financial compensation for their injuries without filing a personal injury lawsuit against their employers. Nearly every employee is Read More
  • By Zac Pingle, Staff Writer There is something very special about riding a motorcycle. Riding while out in the elements can be very rewarding, although, it is important to know what laws you must follow to ride your motorcycle. The following article Read More
  • By Zac Pingle, Staff Writer It is still a little early for road trip on a motorcycle in Michigan, but that is no reason not to think about it and prepare. Before you hit the road you should be aware of the state laws regarding motorcycles, and keep Read More
  • By Lynn Fugaro, Staff Writer In November 2017, more than 20,000 Google employees and contractors walked off the job in response to how the company had handled sexual assault and harassment claims. One of their demands in order to end the walkout was Read More
  • A personal injury is life-altering in a number of ways. It can stem from a bevy of unfortunate and unexpected events such as car crashes, slip and falls and workplace injuries. When you are the victim of another party’s negligence, you may suffer Read More
  • Complaints about fire and engine failures have prompted Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia to issue a recall for approximately 168,000 vehicles. The recall will address a fuel pipe problem that can lead to engine fires. The issue stems from improper Read More
  • When you are involved in a personal injury lawsuit, there are two different types of compensatory damages that you can seek: economic and noneconomic. There is a difference in both the kinds of damages that you seek compensation for, as well as how Read More
  • A Texas Jury awarded a Dallas woman $37.6 million after finding that a Honda minivan’s poorly designed seatbelt was the cause of her paralysis. According to court documents, on Nov. 15, 2015, Sarah Milburn sat in the third-row middle seat of a Honda Read More
  • Hundreds of U.S. veterans are suing Minnesota-based 3M over allegedly defective earplugs issued to soldiers for a little over a decade—despite knowing of the defects. These military earplug lawsuits allege that the company’s failure to disclose Read More
  • By Lynn Fugaro, Staff Writer Most of us know what the saying “The acorn doesn’t fall from the tree means,” and it seems to apply to many things including the habit of buckling a seatbelt. Studies have shown that parents who don’t buckle their Read More
  • An individual riding passenger in a 2011 Chevrolet Silverado suffered serious injuries after a defective Takata airbag exploded in a car crash. In September 2017, a couple in a 2011 Chevrolet Silverado driving on a Texas road swerved to avoid a car Read More

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