March 1, 2017

Legislation hopes to eliminate sidewalk injury claims against cities like Detroit On January 04, 2017, House Bill 4686 took effect drastically increasing the legal threshold sidewalk injury victims needs to reach in order to prevail in personal injury lawsuits against cities for failing to maintain public walkways. The state representative from Detroit introduced the legislation… Read more »

February 28, 2017

Injury claim alleges street-sweeper vehicle caused serious injury A Denver cyclist recently filed a personal injury lawsuit against the city claiming a street-sweeper machine caused his serious injuries in a bizarre case of road rage by the vehicle operator. The suit alleges the driver intended to cause “harmful physical contact” and that the city was… Read more »

February 27, 2017

Safety advocates urge changes to protect public safety The National Safety Council (NSC) recently released a plan to help curb traffic fatalities as part of its “Road to Zero” initiative to totally eliminate highway deaths in 30-years. The NSC believes state and federal regulators need to implement several initiatives to stem the increase in tragic… Read more »

February 24, 2017

Thousands of plaintiffs harmed by corporate greed finally receive justice Dupont Chemical recently agreed to settle a massive toxic chemical exposure lawsuit with 3,500 plaintiffs over allegations the notorious chemical giant dumped cancer causing chemicals into the Ohio river from its West Virginia plant. The settlement comes after jurors handed down significant verdicts to victims… Read more »

February 15, 2017

Victim gets justice after contractor’s negligence A personal chef from Connecticut recently settled his personal injury lawsuit with a home remodeling company the victim claims was responsible for his catastrophic accident. The $1.5 million recovery finally resolves two and a half years of litigation, giving the victim the compensation needed to pay for costly medical… Read more »