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David Brose

The Dangers of Abandoned Takata Airbags

The Takata airbag recall has placed a national spotlight on the dangers surrounding the faulty airbags. However, a critical safety issue is often missing from the discussion: the grave danger of abandoned or used airbags manufactured by Japan-based Takata. Used […]

Brett Emison

Dark Money Electing Judges Is Undermining Judicial Independence

A new report finds that judicial independence – a bedrock of our civil and criminal justice system – is eroding and under attack.  Surprisingly, 38 states elect supreme court judges, who render the final decisions on constitutional issues, legislative and […]

Mark Emison

Traumatic Brain Injuries Routinely Overlooked in Emergency Rooms

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates at least 1.7 million people suffer brain injuries each year. A vast number of traumatic brain injuries go undiagnosed and untreated, particularly in hospital emergency rooms.   According to a University […]

David Brose

When Drivers Can’t See the Road: Accidents Caused by Dangerously Parked Trucks

A Tragic Accident A 28-year-old father of four tragically lost his life in an accident involving a dangerously parked tractor-trailer. Our law firm had the privilege of representing the victim’s family. On the day of the accident, our client was […]

David Brose

The Dangers of Overhead Power Lines

Electrocutions are the second leading cause of death in the construction industry and the fifth leading cause of work-related deaths, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Our firm has litigated cases where electrical injury accidents occurred […]

Langdon & Emison

Victims of Nursing Home Abuse Can Now Have Their Day in Court

Nursing homes can no longer force elder abuse or wrongful death claims to private arbitration, thanks to a new rule passed by the federal agency that oversees nursing homes with 1.5 million residents.   The rule, passed recently by the […]

Brett Emison

GM Ignition Recall: Attacking Plaintiffs & Hiding Behind Bankruptcy

We continue to learn more about the “terrible things” that happened at GM over its ignition switch defect that has led to recalls affecting millions of vehicles.  GM has admitted that it knew about the defective ignition switches no later […]

Brett Emison

“Is It Low T” Quiz Was Written on Toilet Paper

  Who knows how many men or their spouses or significant others have visited the marketing and propaganda site: IsItLowT.com?  Tens of thousands?  Hundreds of thousands?  Millions? The site is funded by a pharmaceutical company, AbbVie (which was recently spun […]

Brett Emison

Top 10 Posts of 2013

  It’s that time of year again.  As the year draws to a close, it’s time for a brief look over the shoulder.  These were the 10 posts you, the reader, enjoyed most this year (as least as measured by […]

Brett Emison

What Defense Lawyers Say About Trucking Accidents

I recently came across a defense lawyer’s presentation to a trucking industry group discussing verdicts – “good” and “bad” – against trucking companies of various sizes across the country.  The document I received does not list the author and it […]