Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation to further shield municipalities from lawsuits filed by people who trip and fall on sidewalks, much to the dismay of personal injury attorneys and other … [Read more...] about Snyder Signs Bill to Shield Cities From Sidewalk Lawsuits
In an analysis earlier this year by the New England Journal of Medicine, the medical journal says that one percent of physicians account for approximately 32 percent of all paid medical malpractice … [Read more...] about Study Says 1% of Physicians Account for One-Third of Paid Malpractice Claims
If you’ve ever shopped for car insurance, you may have come across the term “full coverage.” Yet, the term is really a misnomer since, within the world of automobile insurance, there exists multiple … [Read more...] about Is There Value to “Full Coverage” Car Insurance?
In news from across the pond, a landmark court decision was handed down last month by the United Kingdom Supreme Court relating to fraud in personal injury litigation and — more substantively — the … [Read more...] about Unraveling Personal Injury Settlements Induced By Fraud
There have been a host of lawsuits filed by personal injury attorneys as of late against the social media app “Snapchat,” claiming that a particular feature of the app is negligent. At issue is the … [Read more...] about Accountability In ‘Distracted Driving’ Lawsuits
There’s a movement afoot to hold Johnson and Johnson, the health products manufacturer, responsible for potential cancer-causing ingredients like talk in some of its products. The company lost its … [Read more...] about Is Talcum Powder Really Carcinogenic?