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A recent class action suit alleges that Ford knowingly manufactured about 5 million pickups with a “roof-crush defect” that has caused the deaths of at […]
Partners Bob Langdon and Justin Watkins were featured authors on the subject of Collision Avoidance Technology, which “is emerging as a key and increasingly central […]
Families with young children, be on the lookout around your home for these recently-recalled products: 1. Stack Em’ Up Books Adam the Apple™ Children’s Stackable […]
In the past week, the FDA has recalled 3 pharmaceutical drugs from 3 different companies: Firvanq, produced by Azurity Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; Aminosyn II, 15%, produced […]
Brett Emison authored this piece on tort reform in the state of Missouri, which appeared in a recent edition of the Kansas City Star.
Missouri attorneys spoke before the state legislature on various bills this session dedicated to “tort reform.” Brett Emison is currently president of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys.
Langdon & Emison continues to accept personal injury claims across the country related to Juul vaping products. Injuries have included seizures, popcorn lung, severe burns, and nicotine addiction.
An eye-opening report from Thomson Reuters shows that the e-cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs used a lot of game plan elements from a business line that preceded them: big tobacco.
Close to 300 new vaping injury cases have been reported since last week, bringing the nation’s total of serious lung injury cases to just over 1,080.
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.