Tag Archives: negligence

The Alphabet Soup of Highway Safety

By | May 22, 2015

When the head of a federal agency recently pledged to double down on the problem of Triple D on the highway, he wasn’t referring to Guy Fieri’s road trips in search of diners, drive-ins and dives. Dr. Mark Rosekind, head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) was talking about the three D’s of preventable accidents: Drunk driving, Distracted driving, and Drowsy driving.

When is a Product’s Manufacturer Being Negligent?

By | October 19, 2011

Most of us have heard the legal term of “negligence,” though that doesn’t necessarily mean that we understand all of its complexities. Sure, most people know that negligence that results in someone else’s injury can imply fault according to the law. But when it comes to product manufacturers, we often forget just how relevant a term that “negligence”… Read More »

Five Signs You May Have a Case to Sue a Corporation

By | October 6, 2011

Ever since the film “Erin Brockovich” was released in 2000, a lot of people across the country have dreams of taking down an unethical company. Other people simply have dreams of collecting the kind of awards only big corporations are capable of doling out. But if you want to sue a large company or corporation, it has to… Read More »

I Slipped and Fell — But Who’s Liable?

By | July 8, 2011

It can be one of the worst and most embarrassing situations you find yourself in: you slip on a sidewalk, step through a crack, or fall in the middle of a store or restaurant. Aside from personal injury – which can last a long time, if not a lifetime – there is the emotional pain of embarrassment, not… Read More »