In 2009, the San Francisco based ride sharing app, “Uber,” was founded. When the app was launched in 2010, it changed metropolitan travel.
Japanese air bag manufacturer, Takata Corporation, faces $14,000 in fines per day from the U.S. federal government.
It’s been almost two months since my last post. Although not writing here, I have been busy writing – including a number of briefs in an ongoing products’ liability case and a separate case involving a public contract in Alabama. Both cases share a common (and troubling) issue.
As an auto accident attorney, I get asked about the safest cars to drive all the time.
Dr. Ken Gottlieb’s Cessna 182 took off from Napa Airport with only Dr. Gottlieb aboard. As the Cessna climbed from the runway, it turned in the wrong direction. It collided with high terrain just north of the airport. Dr. Gottlieb was killed on impact. His body was ejected and the aircraft exploded and burned.
The NFL Players Association and other advocacy groups are raising awareness regarding traumatic brain injuries and concussions.
Yearning to leave the frozen wasteland of Dallas, Texas behind her if just for a moment, Penny McCrathy, an outspoken anti-vaccination advocate, took her unvaccinated children to Disneyland in Anaheim, California.
Much of the country has been blanketed by snow or experiencing other brutal winter weather during 2015.
As Georgia faces the prospect of a winter storm this week, we also face the prospect of truck wrecks caused by violations of an important trucking safety rule.
If you have been injured at work and suffered a permanent injury, what you put on the internet can hurt your attempts to obtain medical treatment, out of work benefits, and even a settlement for your injuries. Insurance carriers are using the internet as an investigation tool to weed out potential fraud.