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    • Ruling Allows California Officials To Face Lawsuit In Nevada

      Ruling Allows California Officials To Face Lawsuit In Nevada

      California officials can face allegations in Nevada State after a tie vote from the Supreme Court. The case is a long-running tax dispute with a Nevada inventor. Moreover, on a separate issue, the justices ruled 6-2 that Nevada is not […]

    • Federal Employers Liability Act VS Workers Compensation Claims

      Federal Employers Liability Act VS Workers Compensation Claims

      In 1908, Congress enacted The Federal Employers Liability Act, or FELA, which still provides a nationwide federal system of legal remedy and the protection of thousands of railroad workers as well as their families. How is FELA different than Workers […]

    • Cradle Swings Recalled Due To Fall Hazard

      Cradle Swings Recalled Due To Fall Hazard

      Infant cradle swings have been recalled by Fisher-Price due to a fall hazard. Cradle ‘n Swings are being recalled because when the seat peg is not fully engaged, the seat can fall unexpectedly, posing the risk of injury, according to […]

    • More Evidence Linking Actos to Bladder Cancer Risk

      More Evidence Linking Actos to Bladder Cancer Risk

      A new study finds even more evidence to link the use of diabetes drug Actos and the increased risk of bladder cancer. Actos (pioglitazone) increases the risk of bladder cancer by 63 percent, according to Canadian researchers. The findings, published […]

    • April Is National Distracted Driving Month

      April Is National Distracted Driving Month

      April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month and intends to draw attention to this epidemic. Distracted driving is a dangerous epidemic on America’s roadways. In 2014, 3,179 people were killed in distracted driving crashes, according to Distraction.gov. In the month of […]

    • Glass Concerns Prompt Recall Of Nestle Foods

      Glass Concerns Prompt Recall Of Nestle Foods

      Nestle recently recalled a wide range of products due to concerns they might contain small bits of glass that can cause injury. The products included are DiGiorno frozen pizza, Stouffer’s lasagnas, Lean Cuisine meals and as well as others, according […]

    • Johnson & Johnson Loses Lawsuit Linking Talcum Powder to Ovarian Cancer

      Johnson & Johnson Loses Lawsuit Linking Talcum Powder to Ovarian Cancer

      Johnson & Johnson lost a case brought against them by a woman who alleged that her daily use of J&J products caused ovarian cancer. Jacqueline Fox, claimed she used the company’s talc-based Baby Powder and Shower products for 35 years. […]

    • Canadian Probe Leads To Toyota SUV Recall

      Canadian Probe Leads To Toyota SUV Recall

      An investigation by Canadian safety regulators, into a crash that killed two people, has prompted a massive recall of nearly 2.9 million Toyota SUVs, according to U.S. government documents recently released. Toyota recently announced a recall because the rear seat […]

    • Social Media Can Harm Your Personal Injury Case

      Social Media Can Harm Your Personal Injury Case

      All social media accounts including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook can potentially harm your personal injury case if you’ve been involved in an accident that has an ongoing court case. Most posts, whether you realize it or not, can contain a […]

    • Judge Upholds Amtrak Award in Deadly Nevada Truck Crash

      Judge Upholds Amtrak Award in Deadly Nevada Truck Crash

      A federal judge refused a new trial for a Nevada trucking company that was ordered to pay $4.5 million in damages to Amtrak after a truck slammed into a passenger train in 2011, killing six people. The verdict was returned […]