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At the AAJ Annual Convention in July, Brian Franciskato, one of our trial lawyers and also a speaker, talked about handling older product liability cases.
The time to think about fire prevention safety is always; but especially as the weather starts to cool down and the time to turn on your home heating equipment arrives. Whether you use a home heating unit, some sort of portable device or a wood-burning or gas fireplace, all can lead to fires in the home if not properly installed, maintained, and operated. Implementing fire prevention safety measures can keep you and your family safe.
Since April 2021, the FDA has received more than 69,000 medical device reports (MDRs), including 168 reports of death, associated with the PE-PUR foam breakdown or suspected foam breakdown, which led to the Philips CPAP recall.
Source: FDA Safety Communication
August 10, 2022 marks the day the President signed the PACT Act into law. This allowed military personnel and their families who were seriously injured years ago by contaminated water at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune to bring legal claims for compensation.
From 1953 to 1987, the drinking water at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina may have been contaminated with dangerous chemicals that can cause cancer and other serious health issues.
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Our attorneys are accepting case referrals and talking with injured military personnel, their family members and other civilians who suffered serious injuries including many types of cancers and other serious illness due to this contamination.
August 11, 2022. Exactech expands hip recall, adding 40,000 more hip implants to its hip replacement recall in the U.S. The company admits to packaging problems that can cause the plastic hip liners to oxidize and wear out much sooner than expected.
Have you ever been driving on a two-lane road, come up behind a car that is going at a slow speed and you are not able to pass? Maybe someone is driving erratically or an accident on the road has caused you unavoidable delays. These can be maddening situations. Some drivers might yell, honk the horn, or beat on the steering wheel to vent their anger. Others may escalate to road rage or aggressive driving behaviors where driving safely is no longer top of mind.
Drowsy driving, also known as fatigued driving or driver fatigue, is a dangerous driving behavior that can result in very serious consequences.
Picture this scenario. You’re on the way to pick your kids up from school. As you near a stop light, it turns from green to yellow. What do you do? Do you continue to drive through the intersection, chancing that it could turn red condoning a red light running practice? Or do you stop? Yellow lights are a warning, a caution for drivers to slow down; however, many drivers take it as a sign to speed up and make a mad dash through an intersection.
For the second year, attorney Brian Franciskato received the American Association of Justice’s Distinguished Service Award at the 2022 AAJ Annual Convention in Seattle, WA, held in July. The AAJ promotes justice and fairness for injured persons, safeguards victims’ rights and strengthens the civil justice system. The Distinguished Service Award recognizes members of the AAJ’s Board of Governors who, during the past year, have been of special assistance to the President of the Association.