Today's blog: John Artimez writes about the recent "stand your ground" related shooting in Florida where a man was shot and killed after an altercation outside a convenience store.
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Today's blog: Trucking companies do their best to make sure their drivers do everything they can to keep the public safe, but there is always a possibility that something could go wrong. Chris McCabe teaches us how to learn more about the truck that collided into you in the blog today.
Today's blog: First-time parents have a lot to go through and a lot of "firsts" - whether it be a puppy or a baby. Janel Marshall talks to us about her recent four-legged addition to the family!
Today's blog: July 20, 1969 was a big day in American history. John F. Kennedy's mission to land a man on the moon was a success. Read on for more fun facts about this fantastic feat by American astronauts.
Today's blog: Sharon Eubanks shares her thoughts on the proposed Equal Rights Amendment ("ERA") which, if passed, will ensure 3 key things. Read on in the blog for more on these items, as well as other important information!
Today's blog: Ty Smith breaks down the case of Walsh v. Bayer, et al. , where the Pennsylvania Superior Court analyzed a trial court's dismissal of a “junk science” claim in connection with its application of Frye v. United States , 293 F. 1013 (D.C. Cir. 1923). Head over to the blog to read more.
Today's blog: Accidents can be very daunting for everyone involved and if you are injured by a big truck, Chris McCabe shares the importance of having an attorney perform a proper truck accident investigation.
Today's blog: Zak Zatezalo goes over a St. Louis verdict in which Johnson & Johnson was at fault for knowingly promoting their talcum powder which led to the death of 22 ovarian cancer victims.
Today's blog: Most of us have our summer vacations planned to our normal family vacation spots but in the event that you are itching for a new place, read today's blog from attorney John Artimez to find out his favorite hideout spot in Minnesota.
Today's blog: Ever heard the phrase "piercing the corporate veil"? Zak Zatezalo breaks down for us what exactly that means and shares an example from a 1986 West Virginia court case to explain how to do so while avoiding personal liability charges.