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NFL set to pay more than $750M to settle lawsuits
NFL Players' TBI Suit Settles

Aug 30, 2013 The NFL has agreed to pay more than $750 million to settle a lawsuit filed on behalf of current and former NFL Players over concussions. The settlement does not include the helmet manufacturers. What liability might they have for negligent design or inadequate warnings? See article below: ... Tags: litigation, product Add Comment
Remote texter can be held liable for distracted driver’s crash, appeals court rules
Plaintiff Can Sue A Remote Texter

Aug 28, 2013 The article below showcases the first, in what I predict will be a long line of cases, imposing liability not only on those who text while driving, but also on those who enable and encourgage this dangerous behavior. ABA JOURNAL: In a case of first impression, a New Jersey appeals court has ... Tags: accident, car, liability, litigation, product Add Comment
Half of small cars do poorly in IIHS crash test.
Aug 08, 2013 Safety matters.....with car size....Before buying that high-mileage small car, look for real safety differences in recent crash tests The AP (8/8, Krisher) reports that six of 12 small cars tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety performed well in front-end crash test. Only the ... Tags: car Add Comment
Driver Fatigue Management Tool now available online
Aug 02, 2013 The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has partnered with Canadian regulators to establish the North American Fatigue Management Program, a website that provides resources including: Information on how to develop a corporate culture that facilitates reduced driver fatigue Fatigue ... Tags: accident, car Add Comment
Virginia Lawyers Weekly: $10M umbrella policy could apply to personal injury claim
$4,000,000 Settlement

Jul 25, 2013 ARTICLE SOURCE: http://valawyersweekly.com/2013/07/22/10m-umbrella-policy-could-apply-to-personal-injury-claim-4000000-settlement/ On June 28, 2006, plaintiff, a 55-year-old Harvard-educated economist working at the International Monetary Fund, suffered a severe traumatic brain injury when his ... Add Comment
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