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6 Dead From Vaping -Related Diseases.

September 11, 2019

A woman in Kansas is now the 6th person in the United States to die from a vaping related illness. The CDC and many state health departments are investigating the cause of these issues. The only thing they can agree on is that these illnesses…

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drunk driving

Suing an Impaired Driver in Texas

September 11, 2019

Getting into an accident with an impaired driver can be one of the most frightening experiences a motorist or passenger can face while on Texas roads. After all, if you incur injuries in such a crash, you’re likely dealing with hefty medical bills, lost wages,…

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wrongful death

School District Sued For Wrongful Death

September 10, 2019

The Bryan Independent School District is being accused of causing the suicide of its former high school principal. Dennis Reeves died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in the school parking lot inside his truck. The lawsuit filed by his wife has a laundry list of…

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Cargo ship

Overturned Cargo Ship Leaves 4 Missing

September 9, 2019

The Golden Ray, a 656-foot cargo ship was overturned in St. Simons according to the Coast Guard. 20 of the 24 crew members have been rescued, but four are still missing. However, the search keeps being interrupted by safety concerns. The Captin of this sector…

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recall

Owners of OxyContin Refuse to Settle Cases.

September 9, 2019

The Sacklers family has quickly become a household name due to the onslaught of lawsuits they are facing. The family that owns Purdue Pharma, the creators of Oxycotin, have been in the news daily over the number of lawsuits over their now infamous drug. Oxycontin…

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johnson & johnson

Johnson and Johnson Mesothelioma Suit

September 6, 2019

One of Johnson and Johnsons best-selling products is their talcum powder. However, the company put the deadly material asbestos in this powder. Because of this, a number of people have developed cancer. J&J is accused of knowingly selling products with asbestos, and not warning customers….

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Elder abuse

Abuse Goes Unreported in Nursing Homes

September 5, 2019

A shocking new report from the U.S Department of Health and Human Services shows how common abuse really is in nursing homes. According to the report, one out of five ER visits from nursing homes is due to abuse. Over 37,000 “high-risk” elderly patients were…

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phone

Phone Explosion Ends Basketball Career

September 4, 2019

A Mars Hill University basketball graduate, who now plays basketball professionally overseas filed a suit against T-mobile and LG. The suit claims that the companies manufactured and sold a device that was in a defective and dangerous state. Khoutaichi Thiam claims that while he was…

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Tesla

Tesla and Self Driving Car Risks

September 3, 2019

As artificial intelligence becomes more sophisticated and technology advances, we face more problems. When it comes to automated driving, we face a unique problem. Companies like Tesla, are boasting about how advanced their autonomous driving is. So this has lawyers asking, who is responsible in…

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wrongful death

$2.1M Awarded For Wrongful Death

August 29, 2019

A Houston based oilfield company is to pay $2.1 Million to end a criminal case brought against them. A division of C&J Energy Services Inc. was accused of contributing to a worker’s death by ignoring OSHA and workplace safety regulations. C&J will be paying a…

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