This case is a great example of why lawsuits are not just about money. The plaintiff in this case is clearly pursuing justice and trying to help future victims.
A new statute in Texas should benefit Texas Plaintiffs with traditional health insurance by limiting the subrogation interests of health insurers.
Apologies are important. This article illustrates the importance of apologies in the context of a lawsuit.
A Federal Court jury in California recently awarded a $7.4 million verdict to a Plaintiff in a copyright infringement case. The trial involved the use of musicologist experts, highlighting the importance of expert witnesses during trial.
Generally, for every claim a plaintiff may make, a defendant has a defense that would protect the defendant and his actions from liability. One such defense is assumption of the risk.
A Dallas nurse has filed a lawsuit over her contraction of Ebola and her subsequent care. The case brings up some interesting legal principles that will be briefly introduced in this post.
For some time now, the UAV industry has waited (and encouraged) the FAA to issue its proposed regulations for drone activity. Some thought the regulations would be burdensome, and some expected the regulations to not go far enough. The FAA seems to have struck a balance.
Videotaped visual evidence is rare, but if available, is very powerful. The settlement reached in this case was no doubt fueled by the visual evidence that was available.
Civil discourse is important. It is important for Justices on the United States Supreme Court all the way down to attorneys at the trial level.
Bad things can result if you choose to ignore a lawsuit. One unfortunate person in Seattle found this out the hard way.