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Infant and Child Car Seats: Injury Risk and Liability
Safety seats protect children in the event of a car accident, but improper design, manufacture, installation, or use can lead to injury. ... Read more

E-Cigarettes in Legal Limbo
Smokers know that they can’t light up in most public places. Kids know that they cannot purchase cigarettes if they are under 18. Cigarette manufacturers understand that there are restrictions on how they advertise. There are many rules governing the use of traditional tobacco products. But what happens ... Read more

Sickened by the Food You Eat
Each year, an estimated 48 million Americans – or one in six – suffer from food poisoning. Of these people, 130,000 are hospitalized and 6,000 die. A 2011 listeria outbreak linked to cantaloupes grown in Colorado was the deadliest in the country’s history, sickening 150 people in 28 states and ... Read more

Gluten: Not "Free" of Regulation
Gluten refers to the proteins that occur naturally in wheat, rye, barley and crossbreeds of these grains. The U.S. market for gluten-free products has grown rapidly, reaching $4.2 billion in 2013. It is on pace to reach $6.6 billion by 2017. Why do consumers care if a product is gluten-free? Gluten Causes ... Read more

Product Liability Lawsuits from Consumer Products
Personal injury sometimes results from a product you purchase in good faith, believing that it will work the way the manufacturer says it will. If it malfunctions and you or your child is hurt as a result, you have a legal right to compensation, both for your pain and suffering and for any money or income ... Read more

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There is nothing that the employer, the courts  or any human can do to bring back the "old you". Sorry.

The statute of limitations for torts in Indiana is 2 years, with some limited exceptions.

If the owners of the dog maintain some type of homeowner's or less ability insurance, you should be able to pursue your claim. The statute of limitations on injury in WI is 3 years to start a lawsuit ...Read more

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Personal Injury: When is the right time to settle?

Being in an accident can be overwhelming and it is understandable that you may want to settle your personal injury case quickly. Doctors visits balanced with home life, meetings with lawyers crisscros ... Read more

Premises Liability Law: Determining who’s at fault

Few people realize that there are guidelines the court goes by to determine if a property owner is liable for an injury sustained while a person was on their property. A case is not won or lost simply ... Read more

Pharmaceutical Companies Puting Patients at Risk with Off-Label Marketing

The pharmaceutical industry has been promoting the use of medications to doctors for a variety of “off-label” reasons. “Off-label” refers to uses that have not y ... Read more

The Risks And Dangers Of Asbestos Exposure

Asbestos exposure can put a person’s health at serious risk and even prove fatal. Asbestos was used for quite some time in both industrial and commercial settings, mostly because it is high ... Read more

How To Make A Successful Wage Loss Claim

After you have been in an accident that wasn’t your fault and you have missed time from work, what do you need to know? First, lost wages refer to the income that you are not able to earn becaus ... Read more

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