Yamaha Hit with $3.3 Million Verdict for Wanton Conduct

Jury: Yamaha Must Pay Plaintiff $3.3 Million for Injuries Resulting from Flawed Rhino 660 UTV Vehicle Montgomery, AL – After five hours of deliberation, a jury in Montgomery, Alabama returned a $3.3 million verdict against Yamaha for its wanton conduct … Continue reading

Gloria Allred: ‘When People Call Me Names I Know I’ve Won’

Yahoo/CNBC; April 30, 2013 She-Devil. Delusional. Shrill. Self-promoter. The Worst. Just some of the names people have called attorney Gloria Allred. She doesn’t seem to care. “When people call me names I know that I’ve won because it means they … Continue reading

Texas Injury Attorneys Mo Aziz and Curtis Wayne Lucas Ready To Help Seek Justice For Those Seriously Injured In West Fertilizer Plant Explosion

Completely blind and suffering from burns over the upper-half of his body, a Waco Man severely injured in the West, Texas explosion is fighting to recover physically while his attorneys seek full compensation for his losses.   (Houston, TX) Texas … Continue reading

Local Trial Lawyers Raise Over $50,000 for Returning Heroes Home at First Annual Clays Over the Brazos

Allied Advocates Foundation (AAF) recently held its first annual Clays Over The Brazos Sporting Clays Tournament to benefit Wounded Warriors at Fort Sam Houston and Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio.   (Houston, TX) The Allied Advocates Foundation (AAF) … Continue reading

Justices Refuse Alabama’s Immigration Law Appeal

Reuters; April 29, 2013 The Supreme Court on Monday rebuffed the state of Alabama, and gave a win to the Obama administration, by declining to review a lower court ruling that had blocked a controversial part of the state’s tough … Continue reading

Novartis Took Doctors to Hooters, Lawsuit Says

CNBC; April 29, 2013 Have you ever received a prescription that you didn’t think you needed for some hardcore Novartis drugs? Bad news: your doctor may have sold you out for a Hooters waitress and some crispy chicken wings. Novartis … Continue reading

What’s the Best Jury Size?

Slate; April 25, 2013 Several years ago, a man from Oregon named Alonso Alvino Herrera borrowed a friend’s car and never returned it. He was arrested and charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle and possession of stolen property. In … Continue reading

Will the New York Times Stop Using the term “Illegal Immigrant?”

By William Gantt Pierce April 22, 2013 New York City, NY – On Tuesday, April 23rd, Cesar Chavez’s son and immigration activist, Fernando Chavez, along with Jose Antonio Vargas, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and co-founder of Define American, will be joined … Continue reading

99.5% of Illegal Immigrants Get Approval for Legal Status; High Number Raises Concerns about Fraud

The Washington Times; April 22, 2013 The administration has approved 99.5 percent of applications of those who have applied for legal status under President Obama’s nondeportation policy for young adults, granting legal status to more than 250,000 formerly illegal immigrants. … Continue reading

Possible Changes to Asbestos Litigation

Lawyersandsettlements.com; April 22, 2013 Proposed changes to asbestos claims have some people worried the alterations will slow down the asbestos lawsuit process, delaying lawsuits until plaintiffs have died. But the lawmaker who proposed the changes says they will help clarify … Continue reading