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We have been getting great feedback in the community on a recent blog post, HBO Documentary "Hot Coffee" - Sheds Light on famous McDonald's Case. However, the public debate is starting to rage! The HBO Documentary “Hot Coffee” is starting to gain traction in...
We hope that you have a Happy and safe Fourth of July this year. In an effort to promote Consumer Safety we would like to share a few important facts and safety tips for handling Fireworks from the CPSC: Read and follow all warnings and instructions ...
The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) settled a wrongful death suit with the mother of Oscar Grant for $1.3 Million. On January 1, 2009, Oscar Grant was killed on a BART train platform by BART officers. Published reports show that BART Officers shot 22-year old, Oscar Grant as he...
The Supreme Court Case, Wyeth v. Levine (06-1249), the Supreme Court Justices are sharply divided over whether FDA regulations of labeling can prevent consumers from suing. Wyeth and the FDA presented the case before the Supreme Court involving Diana Levine, an amputee, whose bodily injury...
The Safety Record of mine owner, Massey Energy Company is coming under fire after the recent tragic coal miner deaths at Upper Big Branch mine in West Virginia. Authorities are checking into whether the explosion on Monday could have been prevented, considering several recent...
Effective December 1,2011, the United States Coast Guard increased the average weight per person that commercial boat operators must assume when calculating the number of passengers they can carry. At 185 lbs., the new assumed average weight per person updates the old average of 160lbs,...
Our legislation is on the verge of gutting our auto personal injury protection (PIP) statutes to make it nearly impossible for policy holders to force their insurance company to abide by the terms of the policy. You see, every driver in Florida must have PIP, and it goes to pay...
Ladies, we know you truly enjoy going to your favorite nail salon to get a pedicure. But did you know that you can easily contract a skin infection from an average spa experience? In fact, it is not uncommon for patrons of nail salons to contract skin infections caused by...
Florida law makes it a crime to engage in sexual intercourse if you know you have a sexually transmitted disease. According to Florida Statute § 384.24, “it is unlawful for any person who has chancroid, gonorrhea, granuloma inguinale, lymphogranuloma venereum, genital herpes...
Recently, a friend came to me as a friend and a lawyer, and told me about her Jeep Grand Cherokee truck that she had been having some trouble with. It seems that on her 2005 model, the plastic door handles and panels began to crack and break off. I looked at the doors, and they were falling apart....