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  • Car Accident Ruined Victim
    Oct-16-08 Hamilton, AL There are many people who are victims of [ car accidents ], that do not seem to have serious injuries but suffer a lifetime of pain following their crash. They do not have broken backs and do not suffer brain damage, but they do have severe pain and other problems that can be debilitating and can impact their life. "I was driving to schoo...
  • "I'm on Oxygen for the Rest of My life"
    Oct-15-08 Lorain, OH Larry worked in a steel mill in Ohio for 19 years. Unfortunately, asbestos was used in the mill, around pipes and in the brake shoes of large tractors. So he and his co-workers suffered asbestos exposure the entire time they worked at the mill. Today, Larry can't breathe without supplemental oxygen. "I started working at the mill in 1966,"...
  • A Tale of Two Contracts
    Oct-14-08 Hollywood, CA Like any grade-school promise, commercial contracts are just that—a legal pledge, or a guarantee that a promised service will be carried out. A commercial contact is a covenant, and when it is breached commercial contract law comes into play. Sometimes those breaches can make for salacious headlines, especially when well-known celebrit...
  • Hyundai Airbag Settlement Announced
    A settlement in the Hyundai airbag lawsuit has been announced. The settlement will allow owners of 2007-2009 Hyundai Santa Fe crossovers to return their defective vehicles if the company cannot repair the airbag problems through an upgrade of the vehicle's software. Approximately 200,000 Hyundai Santa Fe vehicles have been recalled for faulty airbags since t...
  • Protecting Children in Car Accidents is No Accident
    Sep-28-08 Ashland, MA Car accidents injure all kinds of different people—adults and children alike. And one would assume that when there are injuries affecting both adults and children in car crashes , that there is some kind of parental, or familial relationship amongst those in the car, affected by the automobile crash . However, not always. A single-...
  • Medtronic Infuse Bone Graft: Long List of Perks for Docs
    Sep-27-08 Anchorage, AK Patients who underwent the Medtronic Infuse Bone Graft may be surprised to learn that Medtronic has been accused in a lawsuit of providing surgeons with a number of incentives to use Medtronic products. According to the Wall Street Journal, doctors were given a wide variety of gifts to induce them to use the Infuse Bone Graft. Accor...
  • Medical Malpractice: When you don't Get what you Pay for
    Sep-26-08 Philadelphia, PA Medical malpractice is something both sides of the equation fear: for the patient, a medical malpractice suggests a botched procedure, or diagnosis that could begat a lifetime of pain and suffering, and invoke medical malpractice law . For the medical professional, it could mean a hit on their medical malpractice insurance . For either...
  • Rupert Murdoch's News Corp Settles Shareholder Class Action for $139M
    New York, NY: A $139 million settlement has been reached in the securities class action lawsuit brought by shareholders of Rupert Murdoch' News Corp over allegations the board failed to do due diligence in investigating the News Corp phone hacking scandal. The plaintiffs that filed the original lawsuit, which include the labor union-owned Amalgamat...
  • Custody Laws: You Can't Choose Your Parents…
    Sep-20-08 Orlando, FL While family law often involves tales of estranged bedfellows, where things get really complicated are the child custody battles. Custody laws usually guide lawyers along the family law custody road, but not in a vacuum. Other factors include things such as pre-nuptial agreements and the circumstances that can serve to make it that much e...
  • Ruby Tuesday Restaurants Settle Age Discrimination Class Action Lawsuit
    Pittsburgh, PA: The restaurant chain Ruby Tuesday, Inc. has agreed to pay $575,000 in settlement of an age discrimination class action lawsuit brought by The U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The settlement will end the federal age discrimination lawsuit brought against five locations in Pennsylvania, specifically in West Mifflin...
  • $100M Preliminary Settlement in Chase Credit Card Class Action
    New York, NY: JPMorgan Chase & Co. has reached a $100 million settlement of a credit card rate class action lawsuit in which is was accused of improperly increasing its credit card minimum payments as a means to generate higher fees. Filed in 2009, the Chase credit card lawsuit ( re: Chase Bank USA NA "Check Loan"Contract Litigation, Case No...
  • $40M Settlement Proposed in Skechers Toning Shoes Class Action Lawsuit
    New York, NY: A $40 million settlement has been proposed in a consumer fraud class action lawsuit pending against toning shoe manufacturer Skechers U.S.A. Entitled Grabowski v. Skechers U.S.A., Inc., No. 3:12-cv-00204 (W.D. Ky.), the lawsuit concerns claims that Skechers violated certain state laws and consumer protection statutes in conn...
  • Car Rental Companies Settle California Airports Price Fixing Class Action
    Los Angeles, CA: A settlement has been reached in an antitrust class action lawsuit filed against nine major rental car companies over allegations they improperly charged certain fees to consumers who picked up their rental cars at a California airport in 2007. The lawsuit, entitled Shames v. The Hertz Corporation, alleges the Defendants violated a...
  • Diet & Health Supplements
    Dietary supplements  and health supplements are classified under foods rather than drugs.  Dietary supplement law  mainly deals with dangerous side effects, marketing problems and false advertising. Congress defined a dietary supplement as a product taken by mouth that contains a "dietary ingredient" intended to supplement the diet. ...
  • Cipro: Antibiotic, and Anti-Tendon
    Aug-19-08 Los Angeles, CA An antibiotic produced by Bayer AG is plagued with a reputation for attacking tendons, and nobody knows why. The fact remains, however, that the tendency for Cipro to evoke tendonitis and tendon ruptures has earned the drug a black box warning from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The irony is that it appears to have taken...
  • Toyota, Lexus or Scion Sudden Acceleration Economic Loss Class Action Settlement
    Los Angeles, CA: If you currently or previously own(ed), lease(d), purchased, or insured certain Toyota, Lexus, or Scion vehicles, you could be eligible to receive monetary and other benefits from a class action settlement. The Toyota sudden and unwanted acceleration lawsuit claims that certain Toyota, Scion and Lexus vehicles equipped with electronic...
  • Investors Use Stockbroker Arbitration to Regain Lost Money
    Aug-14-08 Miami, FL Financial turmoil is in the news again, with many investors turning to stockbroker arbitration to try to get back some of the money they have lost due to unethical financial advisors and unscrupulous companies. Recently, Citigroup has been under attack for its MAT Five Fund and other funds that suffered massive losses. Investors allege that...
  • Plane Crash: Lawsuits Hold Government Accountable
    Aug-12-08 Lexington, KY It may seem impossible: holding the government responsible for a plane crash. After all, what does the government have to do with the day-to-day operations of a plane or an airline? However, recently filed lawsuits blame the government for plane crashes, arguing that the crashes were the result of either negligence on the part of an air tra...
  • $1 Million Settlement Awarded to Home Care Workers
    New York, NY: As many as 1,000 women who care for New York City's elderly and infirm will share a $1,090,000 settlement in a groundbreaking employment class action lawsuit against McMillan's Home Care Agency. Originally filed in April 2010, the suit charged that the for-profit company consistently underpaid its workers and never paid overti...
  • Settlement Proposed in Apple Inc Securities Litigation
    San Jose, CA: The following notice is being issued pursuant to an order by the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, San Jose Division. Proceeding: In re Apple Inc. Securities Litigation, Case No. C-06-5208-JF (N.D. Cal.). This concerns all people or entities that purchased Apple Inc ("Apple") common stock durin...
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