Slip and Falls in the Winter

The winter has been long and seemingly without end. With low temperatures and consequent freezing, the sidewalks and streets may be laden with black ice and uneven walkways. When you’re facing such hazards on a daily basis, it’s important to be as safe as possible and to do everything in your power to avoid an […]

April 20th Could Be a Relatively Dangerous Day for Drivers

Since the early nineties, pot smokers everywhere have celebrated their beloved cannabinoid substance every year on the 20th of April. Four-Twenty marks a holiday for some, but according to a study published on the JAMA Network, it may be the source of an increase in fatal car accidents. Researchers collected fatal crash data for 4/20 […]

Getting All the Compensation You Deserve for Your Injuries

Serious injuries, and the impact they have on your life, are the first tragedy of a car accident. Too often, the second is failure to pursue the full compensation that you need and deserve when someone else has caused your injuries. It happens for many reasons. Maybe you don’t realize that the insurance company’s goal […]

An Introduction to Liability

After you’ve been in an automobile accident, it is very important to determine who is at fault. Determining which party is at fault is tantamount to determining liability, and liability is the name of the game when it comes to obtaining compensation for your injuries and other damages. For this reason, it is very important […]

Multidistrict Litigation: a Primer

When a large number of people have been harmed in a similar manner by the same defendant, it is common for a few representative plaintiffs to file a single class action lawsuit. This makes sense when the degree of harm is similar across the board. But when each plaintiff has different injuries and unique expenses, […]

Tire Blowouts: Common Causes & What to Do If You Experience One

One of the most frightening things that can happen to a driver on the road is a tire blowout. We rely a huge deal on a simple car part to travel safely – the tire. If it bursts or “blows out” while driving the outcomes can be severe. The U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway […]

Auto Safety Regulations: Are They Safe Enough for You?

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) has often mandated improved safety features such as airbags for newly manufactured vehicles. Currently, the NHTSA is negotiating on the newest lineup of non-mandated safety features which includes automatic emergency braking systems, backup cameras, electronic stability control, ejection mitigation, occupant crash protection, and roof crush resistance. Despite clear evidence […]

Understanding Rollover Accidents

We’ve all seen rollovers in movies. Perhaps a police car flips over on a busy street, or perhaps a top-heavy vehicle makes a sudden stop and goes topsy turvy. Rollovers may appear spectacular in this context, but in real life they are deadly events that can result in extreme injuries or worse. They can happen […]

Monsanto’s Effort to Cover Up the Negative Effects of Glyphosate

In 2016, the Panama Papers were leaked to the world. These papers are a digital dossier containing crucial information on how the world’s richest people hide their money in offshore shell companies. This year, a similar chunk of data was leaked to journalists at the Süddeutsche Zeitung. The so-called Paradise Papers outline the activities of […]