A firefighter who injured her knee while standing up at her desk suffered an “idiopathic” injury that was not compensable, the Georgia Court of Appeals ruled in a split decision.
Judge Claude M. Hilton of the Eastern District of Virginia recently issued a Memorandum Opinion following up on his June 27, 2014 order (on which we previously wrote here and here) dismissing the complaint filed against the power tool industry by SawStop, LLC.
A New England Journal of Medicine article published in December, 2013 by A. Hviid et al. titled “Use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors during pregnancy and risk of autism.”
When it comes to city transportation, biking is a cheap and efficient way to get around. D.C. and other cities have been engaging in concerted efforts – such as adding bike lanes – to make commutes easier for cyclists.
Back in 2012, I wrote: “Scientific evidence is one of those rare areas of law upon which every lawyer agrees: we are all certain that everyone else is wrong.”
With the summer grilling season in full swing, you should take a minute and inspect your grill and grill cleaning brush, if you use one, before firing it up for your next barbecue.
Sometimes I get phone calls that really just make me shake my head.
Most long haul truck drivers are decent, hardworking folks who chose truck driving as a way to support their families even though it keeps them on the road away from home most of the time.
The new ignition switch GM created in the late 1990s was supposed to be less expensive, less flammable, and virtually foolproof. Defective product attorneys, and now the world, know that it sadly did not work very well.
General Motors Announces Victim Compensation Claim Plan for Ignition Switch Deaths – There Will Be No Cap!
On Monday, June 30, 2014, General Motors finally announced its plan to pay the families of victims killed by defective ignition switch crashes.