How the Media Drives the “Frivolous” Lawsuit Myth

The media often attacks what they deem to be frivolous lawsuits, dating back to the 90s. The reality is these lawsuits are not frivolous, and the victims are using their constitutional rights to get the justice they deserve. Sometimes these lawsuits start small, and we find a much larger problem. The media paints these lawsuits…

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Pine-Sol, Thy Name Is Irony

Pine-Sol, the popular multi-surface cleaner which claims it “cleans and disinfects so many surfaces, even the kitchen sink,” is facing a recall because of possible bacterial contamination. The cleaner is manufactured by Clorox – the first brand most people think of when they think of bleach – and affects about 37 million bottles of product.…

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Oil and Gas Workers Face Risks to Their Mental Health, Too

It is well known that workers in the oil and gas industry face many risks to their physical health. They work with heavy, complex equipment; dangerous chemicals; and in hazardous work environments. From explosions, to fires, to being crushed by vehicles, and falls from great heights, the dangers these workers face are almost more than…

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New Rule Requiring Underride Guards on Big Rigs Is in Effect

It’s long been known that underride accidents with trucks are extremely dangerous and often fatal. There have been efforts to try and avoid these sorts of traffic collisions, including certain regulations that required underride guards on big rigs. These regulations were in place in preparation for the eventual federal law regarding semi-trucks and underride accident…

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The Many Complications of Traumatic Amputation

Accidents happen every day. Often they are brought about by someone’s negligence, such as a distracted driver on their phone or carelessness by your boss at the warehouse. Sometimes, these accidents leave us with minor injuries: scrapes, bruises, or a twisted ankle. These take relatively little time to heal, and you may not even have…

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Is There a Link Between Tylenol®, Autism and ADHD?

Taking medications like Tylenol while you are pregnant may increase the risk of your child developing autism or AD/HD, according to multiple studies. Lawsuits are being filed around the country against Johnson & Johnson, which manufacturers Tylenol, as well as pharmacies like CVS, Walgreens, and Walmart, which supply generic acetaminophen. A motion has been filed…

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