Some safe driving tips from a trucking organization

The American Trucking Association (or “ATA”) put out some guidelines for drivers interacting with trucks. Trucks are an altogether different beast and, unless you were a former trucker, you probably do not appreciate how dangerous they are. Sure, it is easy to note the size and loudness of the trucks but it is hard to… read more

Xarelto-Defective Drugs

The defective drug, Xarelto, a blood thinner and anticoagulant drug manufactured to treat and prevent blood clots is now the source of thousands of lawsuits commenced against the drug’s developers, Johnson & Johnson and Bayer.  The US Food and Drug Administration approved Xarelto as a treatment for deep vein thrombosis, atrial fibrillation, and pulmonary embolism as well… read more

Doctor settles multi-million dollar medical malpractice suit

A young boy suffered significant brain injuries and cerebral palsy in Chicago after several experimental surgeries failed. His family sued the doctor and the accompanying hospital for several million dollars. Their case settled just last week for 30 million dollars. According to a press release from the Rush University Medical Center, the case was settled… read more

You can hold parent’s liable for the actions of their children

The general rule is no, your children are people and are held to their own standards. Though this is the general rule, there are exceptions. This article will explore those exceptions and how you can hold their parents accountable for their actions. For example if a child hits you with a boat and causes a… read more