Personal Injury Statistics and What They Mean for Your Case
Sometimes raw information about your personal injury case can be a little too overwhelming and hard to understand. At the same time, you need to be able to understand the details of what you went through and what the future may hold. In our blog articles, the Morris James Personal Injury Group gives you context for all the statistics you encounter and outlines controversies that may be relevant to your case. You need to learn this to prepare for the fight ahead.
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Walmart Recalls Chair And Table Set After Reports Of Injury Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced Wal-Mart Store Inc. was recalling a defective Mainstays brand card table
Toyota Aims To Settle Sudden Acceleration Lawsuits In a report published by Bloomberg News on Friday, December 13, Toyota Motor Corporation agreed to conduct a series of conferences to settle claims stating its vehicles
Korean Automaker To Pay 14M In U S Airbag Defect Trial A federal court in Virginia ordered South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co. to pay a man $14 million after he sustained brain damage in a car accident in 2010.
Automaker Giant Balks At Federal Request To Recall 2.7 Million SUVs The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) request to recall 2.7 million SUVs with a design defect was strongly resisted by Chrysler on June 4.