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July 28, 2020

6 Things to Do When You Get Into an Auto Accident

Langdon & Emison has prepared this handy list in case you are ever in an auto wreck and you need to answer the question, “What am I supposed to do?”

Mark Emison
May 6, 2020

AAJ Supports Legislation to Halt Amtrak Forced Arbitration

AAJ continues to work on behalf of those fighting Amtrak’s forced arbitration act…

Mark Emison
April 10, 2020

Civil Rights and Police Accountability Project Files Amicus Brief in Police Misconduct Record Case

The University of Chicago’s Exoneration Project continues its stellar work in representing the wrongfully convicted…

Mark Emison
March 23, 2020

Are the Current Minimum Car Insurance Amounts Enough?

This blog post looks at ways that consumers can protect themselves in matters of car insurance and minimum requirements.

Mark Emison
January 31, 2020

AAJ Issues Statement on the “Snap Removal” Loophole

The American Association for Justice continues to work on behalf of consumers’ access to the courtrooms…

Mark Emison
November 11, 2019

Research and Recent News Reports Show Concussions Cause Long-Term Impairment

New studies reveal the long-term damage in traumatic brain injuries.

Mark Emison
October 7, 2019

Trial Lawyers From Across the U.S. Volunteer During AAJ Session

AAJ members recently pitched in to help a nonprofit organization titled “Urban Street Angels,” or USA…

Mark Emison
July 1, 2019

Infant Death Leads to More Attention on Dangers of Baby Slings

Consumers have been warned again about the dangers of baby slings. Read her to learn about how infants can sometimes be smothered inside these devices, and what the CPSC says we should do to use them correctly.

Mark Emison
June 17, 2019

Fisher-Price Infant Sleepers Subject to Voluntary Recall

There’s a Fisher-Price infant sleeper that is very popular. It also might be very dangerous.

Mark Emison
May 28, 2019

DuPage County Prosecutors Drop All Charges Against Wrongfully Convicted Man in Exoneration Project Case

The Exoneration Project from the University of Chicago continues its string of successful pro bono representations, this time in the western suburbs of Chicago.

Mark Emison
April 1, 2019

Seventeen More Convictions Tied to Chicago Sgt. Ronald Watts Dismissed

More good results were reported by Chicago’s Exoneration Project this month.

Mark Emison
January 2, 2019

Defective Front Seats in Cars Lead to Catastrophic Injuries

The seatbacks for front occupants play a vital safety role in rear-end crashes, similar to seatbelts and airbags in frontal crashes. Seatback failures commonly occur because the seats are constructed with weak materials.

Mark Emison