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Manufacturing Defects Lead to Tire Blow-Out Crashes

With proper maintenance and inflation a tire blow-out should rarely occur. … Well, if you decide to push your car to 150 mph, I suppose you can blow out a tire, because street legal tires are just not made for such adventures. But, what if you are not pushing your car and truck beyond its […]

Home Heater Malfunction Tragedies

Carbon monoxide, fire, smoke inhalation – all can result from home heating equipment malfunctions. Such damage can flow from not just centrally installed furnaces, but portable heaters and water heaters as well. If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a fire, or smoke inhalation, or suffered serious property damage […]

Personal Injury Primer: Volume 1

Welcome to Personal Injury Primer, where we break down the law into simple terms, provide legal tips, and discuss topics related to personal injury law. This book is a compilation of the first 52 episodes of our popular podcast, and is assembled to make it easier for you, the reader, to access the information you […]

Clothing Fire Injuries

You answer the phone at work and it is a nurse calling from the hospital. Your wife just arrived by ambulance. You hear the words “third degree burns over 60 percent of her body” but you can’t understand what happened. You arrive at the hospital and learn she was getting ready to take a bath […]

Covid-19 And Your Medical Malpractice Injury Case

This “new” normal that society has adopted due to the Covid-19 pandemic is causing havoc in the way patients are treated during surgery, after surgery and even in recovery. And it’s not just mistakes that are happening, but procedures are being ignored, or downright refused. Take for instance this scenario… A day after hip surgery […]