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August 2017 Archives

Do you understand what a jackknife accident is?

You share the road with larger commercial vehicles every day. You are likely aware from both driver's training and signage on semitrucks and eighteen wheelers that there are massive blind spots around these commercial trucks. You may also realize that their size can make stopping quickly difficult. Most drivers even understand that larger vehicles with attached trailers make wider turns when compared with typical passenger vehicles.

Louisville interchange semi accidents under investigation to determine causes, solutions

Truck accidents can occur for a wide variety of reasons, some of them within truck drivers’ control and some of them not. For truck accident victims, it is critical to work with experienced legal counsel to explore all potential contributing causes to an accident, and to hold all potentially liable parties accountable, including state agencies responsible for highway design and maintenance.

KY Jury delivers $18.5 million verdict in failure to warn product liability case

In product liability litigation, there are different theories of liability plaintiffs can put forward, depending on the facts of the case. These theories include defective design, defective manufacture, and defective labeling, instructions or warnings. In any product liability case, it is necessary for a plaintiff to prove that the product in question was unreasonably dangerous. When the failure to provide warnings to consumers makes a product unreasonably dangerous, and that this caused the plaintiff’s injuries, the manufacturer may be held liable.

Are drunk drivers always at fault in an accident?

Every year, thousands of car accidents involve drunk drivers, and many people believe that a drunk driver is always at fault in an accident. Unfortunately, this is not always true. If you recently experienced a car accident with a drunk driver, it's important to fully understand the facts of your accident, especially if you suffered an injury.

Work with experienced attorney to build strong case for tire defect in product liability litigation

We’ve been looking in recent posts at the issue of tire defect in motor vehicle accidents, and the importance of working with experienced legal counsel to gather the evidence necessary to develop a strong legal theory. As we’ve noted, accidents involving tire failure can involve both tort claims against other negligence drivers, as well as product liability claims against manufacturers responsible for the tire failure.

Spotting tire defects in motor vehicle accidents can be tricky: work with experienced attorney

Previously, we mentioned the importance of working with experienced legal counsel to sort out the potential causes of motor vehicle accidents when tire failure is involved as a factor. As we noted, tire failure can have multiple potential causes and can involve multiple potentially liable parties. Building a strong case requires developing a sound legal theory supported by strong evidence.