Today's blog: Sharon Eubanks shares the harsh reality of sexual harrassment in the workplace and how companies can better handle and ultimately prevent it by proper education and other tactics.
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Today's blog: Commercial trucking vehicles are enabled with equipment that can give exact details of things like speed, hours driven, heavy breaking, etc. This information should be obtained immediately after a trucking accident to determine what caused the crash and how it can help with a legal case.
Today's blog: Sharon Eubanks tells us about a federal court in California that is considering whether San Francisco and Oakland can maintain their case in court against oil and gas producers like ExxonMobil for knowingly selling a product that has already caused costly damages to their communities.
Today's blog: New Orleans turns 300 this year and as it is famous for its food and music, Donneshia Johnson tells us today about her plans for when she visits this summer.
Today's blog: The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration ("FMCSA") recently issued a statement that a medical professional cannot become a certified medical examiner until he or she receives a signed certificate and is placed on the national registry, Chris McCabe explains.
Today's blog: John Artimez goes over what an 'independent' medical examination in an insurance case is and how it is becoming more and more of a myth in the courtroom.
Today's blog: Doug Olcott goes over the dangers of distracted driving and explains why an incident affected him personally.
Today's blog: In part 4 of his series on torts, Jay Stoneking describes medical malpractice as a form of negligence law.
Today's blog: Susan Wilson talks about the upcoming Sonny Palmer Golf Classic on June 9, in honor of her late brother-in-law. The 18-hole tournament will be held at Fairway River Links Golf Course and will be filled with prizes and a lunch prepared by the family at the PAP Club in South Wheeling.
Today's blog: We break down a recent approval by the FDA which gives 23andme the ability to test for breast cancer at home. This requires consumers to take a saliva test which will identify three genetic mutations associated with breast cancer.