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May 2014 Archives

Wrongful death lawsuits can be about much more than money

A recent accident that took place while a film crew was on a railroad bridge claimed the life of one woman and left six of her colleagues injured when a freight train crashed into them as they were filming. The parents of the woman have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the producers of the film and several other parties, claiming that the eighteen corporate and individual defendants were collectively legally responsible for the accident.

Defective packaging prompts allergy medication product recall

Allergy sufferers just breathed a collective sigh of relief that spring pollen season is on its way out in Kentucky, but a new product recall means it might be time to check the medicine cabinet again. 

High stakes for children in DUI car accidents

Drivers who get behind the wheel under the influence of alcohol generate enough worry for other drivers, but they also put their own children in peril. According to a new study, a disturbing number of child fatalities in DUI accidents were caused as a result of the children's own driver.

Study says teen distracted drivers increase risk

While most recent media campaigns and distracted driving research has focused on texting and driving, it turns out that rowdiness and loud conversations may be dangerous, too. The study, published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, worked with 52 teenage drivers, many of whom had just received their licenses.