The parents of a Nassau County teen killed in a truck crash were awarded $1 billion after the jury found 2 trucking companies negligent.
A Washington jury awarded 3 teachers $185 million after they suffered brain damage from being exposed to PCBs manufactured by Monsanto.
The Tennessee Supreme Court issued an opinion that may make it harder for certain individuals to receive non-economic damages in a personal injury case.
Therapies for recovery from TBI Traumatic brain injuries can be resistant to treatment if not approached in the correct manner. TBIs are serious injuries, and there are several stages of […]
Lawyer loses $20 million for decedent’s family It was a situation that nobody could fathom. Bimla Nayyar was supposed to receive jaw surgery after dislocating it in 2012; the surgery […]
When insurance companies hit you when you’re down No one likes to talk about death. We use colloquial terms for it, hide it behind curtains, use hushed tones and whispers […]
When you get hurt in unfamiliar legal territory This guest post is provided by our friends at the U.K. personal injury practice Smith Jones. We hope you enjoy the perspective […]
When you punish victims for someone else’s negligence If there’s no limit to how much pain and suffering a person can endure, why is there a limit on damages awarded […]
A black female school teacher facing multiple surgeries after a car accident and a four-year-old Hispanic boy with brain damage from lead paint in a rented apartment. Both lives forever […]
After you’ve been injured by a faulty product, choosing a product liability attorney is the most important decision you will have to make. As we’ve written before, there are a […]