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By: Jeff Green and Margaret Cronin Fisk, November 18, 2014 Confidential settlements over defective Takata Corp. air bags are sealing off relevant information that other victims could use to pursue injury claims. The accords make financial sense for the settling parties, but Takata and other defendants, including Honda Motor Co., General Motors Co. and Fiat
By Paul Samakow WASHINGTON, November 2, 2014 – Our nation’s court system is a wonderful vantage point for seeing hypocrisy in action at the highest levels. The Seventh Amendment to our Constitution is one of our most valuable protections. It assures us the right of trial by jury in civil cases, to have an impartial
By Lisa Black, Tribune reporter Update: Gumm has pled not guilty to 16 charges against her. She could face life in prison if found guilty of killing 3 month old Rylan. Parents of child who died in babysitter’s care sue care.com where they found her. Care.com is sued by parents of baby who died under the supervision
Poliakoff & Associates would like to congratulate Wes Kissinger and Don Coggins on a recent jury verdict in Spartanburg. The family of Janice G. Easler has been awarded $2 million in damages for the plaintiff’s wrongful death five years ago.
For a look at the facts about medical malpractice, take a look at this website. The website goes into detail about commonly believed myths and some facts which just might make you rethink how willing you are to go to the doctor.
By Barry Scheck Last month, Glenn Ford, an African-American man, walked out of the Louisiana State Penitentiary after spending thirty years on death row for a crime he didn’t commit. One of the most important contributing factors to his death sentence? Racial discrimination in the selection of his all-white jury. In a community that is
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