The American Association for Justice has issued a call for an end to industry-led testing for carcinogens…
L&E attorneys have litigated construction defect cases coast-to-coast. Read this post to learn more about the key elements of what to watch for in a shoulder defect accident.
Langdon & Emison continues to represent clients nationwide in truck accident cases. This blog post looks at a few key principles in your truck accident case, particularly related to driver fatigue.
Sometimes trucks can pose a threat to other drivers even when they’re not in motion. Read this blog post to hear about how one case of ours served as an unfortunate example of how dangerous trucks can be when they’re improperly parked.
More analysis from L&E attorney David Brose on the latest in truck litigation; the AAJ supports new regulations proposed…
New data shows that truck companies are rarely doing the safety checks they are supposed to.
The AAJ continues to lead the way in speaking out on behalf of citizens affected by pending legislation.
A new blog post from attorney David Brose examines the basics of initiating truck accident litigation, in the wake of recent NHTSA statistics.
In recent months, our law firm has seen an increasing number of airbag non-deploy cases resulting in severe injuries and fatalities. These cases typically involve catastrophic failures of passenger presence sensor systems that fail to recognize the passenger seat is occupied, which in turn, disables the airbag.
In 2016, nearly 15,000 people died in alcohol-impaired driving crashes. When evaluating a drunk driving case, consider the possibility of a “dram shop claim” if the defendant driver was potentially overserved by a bar or restaurant.
The front seat in your vehicle plays a vital safety role in rear-end crashes – the same as airbags and seatbelts in frontal impacts. When seatbacks are weak and defective, they can collapse and fail in rear-end crashes and cause catastrophic injuries to the seat occupant or rear passengers.
Defective guardrails installed on U.S. roadways are maiming and killing motorists. While the defects are well-established, the story behind them tells a much darker tale of deceit and corporate misconduct.