October 20, 2017

49 states and District of Columbia resolve consumer protection investigations General Motors (GM) and attorney generals from 49 states and the District of Columbia recently agreed to a $120 settlement to resolve consumer protection investigations into defective ignition-switches installed in millions of automobiles. As part of the consent decree, the Detroit automaker will not only… Read more »

October 19, 2017

Family considers medical malpractice lawsuit against Veterans Administration The grieving family of a man left for dead in his hospital bed while the nurse on duty played video games is considering taking legal action against the Veterans Administration (VA) and one of its facilities in Bedford, Massachusetts. A recent investigation by The Boston Globe revealed… Read more »

September 29, 2017

Court rules negligence by OB/GYN caused child’s permanent disabilities A Delaware jury in New Castle County Superior Court recently handed down a substantial $3 million verdict to a young boy left permanently disabled by the negligence of his mother’s doctor at Dedicated To Women OB/GYN. The birth injury lawsuit accused the doctor overseeing the delivery… Read more »

September 26, 2017

Multiple victims come forward detailing abuse Metro Police recently charged a former Washington, D.C. massage envy worker with sexually assaulting multiple women during the course of of their visits to the company’s Tenleytown location. The abuser, 24-year old Habtamu Gebreselassie, stands accused of multiple counts of sex crimes against his victims, including attempted sexual abuse… Read more »