Inmates can sue a jail or prison for negligence, but they face certain obstacles that non-inmates don’t face when filing a lawsuit.
Each year, thousands of defective products enter the marketplace. Unfortunately, some of these products end up harming adults and children. If you’re injured by a defective product, you may be […]
More than 2.8 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses were reported by United States employers in 2018. Workplace injuries resulted in 104 million lost days of production and cost employees […]
Working from home is the new normal for many Americans. But your workers’ compensation benefits don’t end just because you’re working from your living room.
Disclaimer: This post may contain some graphic images and/or content. Tara Rahmani was your typical 25-year-old graduate student. That all changed in February 2020, when she was hit by a […]
On August 4, 2020, 2 blasts rocked Beirut, Lebanon and surrounding areas. Reports indicated that the cause was 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate that had been stored unsafely in a […]
Black enrollment decreased for the 4th consecutive year in 2019. Here’s what else you should know about race and ethnicity demographics in law schools.
2020 has been quite a year. While civil unrest isn’t a new concept in the United States, it has become more prevalent in recent months as a reaction to the […]
The eggshell skull rule helps plaintiffs who are particularly susceptible to injury due to a pre-existing condition receive all the compensation they deserve.
Suing the government is different from suing a person or company. And it’s different still if your injury was caused by an interaction with a police officer.