On December 12, 2009 the New York Times reported on page one “Poor Children Likelier to Get Antipsychotics.” Kudos to Duff Wilson and the New York Times for making this issue page one news.
Archives for January 2010
Major corporations and insurance companies that refuse to be held accountable for injuring people falsely claim that personal injury victims or the families of wrongful death victims are getting a great deal.
Tire failures cause wrongful deaths and catastrophic personal injuries. Tires are a car’s most important safety feature because they’re in use whenever the car is moving. If a tire blows out or loses air pressure, a driver can immediately lose control of the car, causing it to swerve out of control and even to roll […]
Household cleaners, dishwashing detergents, furniture polish, bug sprays, and carpet cleaners contain toxic chemicals that have caused wrongful deaths and personal injuries such as asthma, birth defects, poisonings, and burns.
Being a personal injury lawyer is not as simple or easy as some falsely believe. Piercing a shell corporation in order to collect directly from its shareholders is a case in point.