Landlords are liable for personal injury caused by negligence, even if their lease says otherwise.
The Boeing 737 Max is on the ground again, this time due to a potential issue with its electrical power system.
Concussions don’t just happen in sports, and a new Penn study says head injuries may increase the risk of dementia later in life.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a warning on Peloton’s Tread+ exercise machine, but the company is resisting a recall.
Women and men experiencing chest pain reportedly have very different experiences and diagnoses.
In a breakthrough research study on spinal cord injuries, paralyzed mice were able to walk just weeks after receiving gene therapy.
Shocking news: customers who purchased certain accent tables with charging receptacles could get zapped.
Lawyers for Fishtown shooting victims share reports of the tragic events of this weekend.
Hundreds of thousands of Kia vehicles are being recalled due to an engine fire risk.
You have a serious and sudden medical issue. Do you head to Urgent Care or the ER? Is one better than the other?
Thousands of Jeeps are being recalled due to a clutch that presents a potential fire hazard.
For some women, the birthing experience can involve extreme physical, emotional or psychological distress. What causes this?
Mistakes happen but the last thing you want is an error by your child’s attending physician in the emergency department.
A crime occurs, and there is sometimes someone other than a criminal held liable. Here is what you need to know about this special type of premises liability known as “negligent security.”
The last thing you want is for your airline pilot to feel “rusty.” But that is reportedly the case for many pilots, thanks to COVID-19.