In situations where there are multiple individuals affected by a single person or group of persons, it is possible to initiate a class action lawsuit against them. ‘Personal injury’ here refers to physical injury, dismemberment, or loss of bodily function caused to multiple different people.
It is important that the victims come together in these cases to provide irrefutable evidence to increase the strength of the claim.
The US is no stranger to asbestos and mesothelioma lawsuits. In fact, it’s one mass litigation with a long run in the United States, and it could go on for a while.
In the eyes of the law, we’re all equal. As common as this statement may sound, it’s true because the law holds everyone accountable for their actions, including clergies.
In December 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) received its first report on the Coronavirus affecting a human. Fast forward four months to March, and this virus has become a global pandemic, with the United States government being forced to issue a nationwide lockdown.
Accidents involving trucks are gory. Getting run over or into by an 18-wheeler, big-rig or semi-truck can cause serious bodily harm and prove fatal in certain cases.
Truck crashes leave victims with broken…
Airbags offer safety to drivers and passengers in a car crash. However, what happens when airbags put them in harm’s way? This is the issue with Takata airbags.
In March, famous pharmaceutical organization, Pfizer, recalled one of its medications for blood pressure — Accuretic. This news came on the heels of claims that some Accuretic lots had high amounts of a carcinogen tagged “nitrosamine.
This is an active lawsuit.
Individuals affected by this particular product or chemical are currently filing lawsuits.
Class action lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies and their manufactured drugs.
Class action lawsuits filed by individuals who have experienced injury or illness due to toxins or pollutants in their environment
Class action lawsuits against the manufacturer of harmful or faulty medical devices.
Class action lawsuits filed against the manufacturer of defective goods by individuals that bought or used these products.