Our firm has held some of the world’s largest manufacturers of autos responsible for defective seats. Here’s a brief look at how.
With Memorial Day weekend coming up, that means increased travel usually on American highways. Partner Mark Emison shares some tips on seat belt safety for the summer months.
Partner Brett Emison looks at “blanket denials” from the insurance industry, in current COVID-19 related claims.
A brief look at the businesses and industries most affected by the COVID-19 shutdown.
Business Interruption Insurance has been in the news a lot lately, as insurance companies’ reaction to COVID-19 has led to a debate over to the extent that America’s small businesses will be on the hook for pausing operations.
Keyless ignition has been a topic in the news a lot lately. This blog post looks at an under-reported issue with keyless car technology.
Self-driving cars are gaining headlines nationwide; this blog post looks at potential liability trends pertaining to this new technology.
L&E continues to accept cases nationwide on behalf of individuals injured at property that is inadequately secured…
Tort reform is generally designed to protect companies and those who don’t need “protection.” This post looks at what really is behind the “tort reform” movement, and what’s at stake for consumers.
The American Association for Justice continues the fight for citizens’ access to the nation’s courtrooms.
During this legislative session, the Missouri House and Missouri Senate have considered a number of so-called “tort reform” bills that flagrantly attack Missouri citizens’ constitutional right to trial while protecting out-of-state corporations that harm Missourians. This blog post looks at a couple of them.
This week, two major automakers recalled nearly 2.7 million vehicles equipped with the deadly airbags, adding to what was already the largest automotive recall in U.S. history.