A jury awarded $6.5 million to a construction worker injured by a fall from a ladder. The man had faced the tough choice of working in unsafe conditions or being able to feed his family.
These are deaths that could have been avoided, yet there's no public outcry or even a coordinated plan to address the situation.
The nation’s amusement parks see thousands of injuries each year. Here’s more about the hidden dangers of amusement parks, and how to keep your children safe.
When a motor vehicle accident involves a truck, the stakes are often higher.
Last year, 253 people died in Pennsylvania due to medical errors. The state tracks them, knows the medical facilities responsible, but will not share that information with the public.
How do you know if you have a valid personal injury case? How do you proceed?
Summer is a great time of year - but beware of seasonal hazards that can cause injuries...and lead to lawsuits.
En route to a vacation, a car/truck accident leaves a man paralyzed. Fault is not a question, but at issue is that the company that owned the truck was uninsured.
An accident in a rented minivan. A doctor - the driver - loses the use of her arm. Was she driving too fast, as the defense claimed?
A recent study reviewed over 300 claims over a period of seven years to find the top causes of ER lawsuits.
How long do you have to file a lawsuit in the event of a birth injury matters?
When products turn out to be defective or dangerous, product liability is the law that specifies who is responsible.
A recent study claims that some physicians go beyond what’s necessary to diagnose an ailment just to avoid a potential lawsuit.
A highly-debated New York Law has workers and property owners debating liability when it comes to elevation-related injuries.
Fewer kids are visiting the emergency room for accidental poisoning from medication, according to a new U.S. government study. But there are still approximately 59,000 young children being treated for medicine overdoses.