This investigative piece looks at the efforts of car dealers to evade responsibility in selling defective vehicles, with copycat legislation in numerous states.
This edition of the L&E newsletter includes stories on the topics of dangerous drugs, auto product defects, community service news and more.
In the latest of a collection of awards during his career as a trial attorney, Bob Langdon has been named once again to the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 list.
Langdon & Emison is pleased to announce that Brett Emison has been awarded membership in the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates.
Brennan Delaney has been named to the Outstanding Young Lawyers list for Missouri/Kansas, based on his results in personal injury litigation representing plaintiffs.
The largest automotive recall in U.S. history still has motorists wondering if their Takata airbags will explode and shoot shrapnel through their vehicles. But, another set of unsuspecting motorists might not know they’re in danger.
A new article from attorneys Kent Emison and Michael Serra, analyzing guardrail defects and litigation trends on this type of roadway hazard. Langdon & Emison […]
Critical pieces of legislation that could take away Missouri citizens’ access to courts are quietly making their way through Jefferson City as headlines remain on Gov. Eric Greitins’ legal battles.
The number of injuries from trucking crashes in alarming, and unfortunately on the rise. From 2009 to 2016, trucking crash injuries increased from 74,000 to 145,000 – an overwhelming 96 percent increase.
Dangerous recreational vehicle (RV) tires, manufactured by Goodyear, are at the center of a federal investigation and lawsuits nationwide. Are your RV tires safe? Maybe not, according to a recent blog published by Langdon & Emison partner David Brose.
Missouri senators are rushing to pass legislation under the guise of “tort reform,” according to a recent blog by Langdon & Emison partner Mark Emison. According to Emison, these tort reform bills protect corporations from being sued by citizens who are injured or killed by their defective products.
Spring break season is upon us, which places many vacationers on U.S. highways for road trips to their destinations. If your spring break has yet to start and you’re planning to hit the highway soon, Langdon & Emison partner David Brose offers five simple tips for save travel.