Trigger Warning: Remington Arms Co. Discloses Files Showing Trigger Defects in Model 700 Rifle

Transparency is on the whole a very important thing to exercise when something conceivably could go wrong, yet time and time again it is revealed that corporations deliberately conceal known risks in order to continue selling malfunctioning products. I know we aren’t just talking about cranky cats when it comes to the potential millions (or […]

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Johnson & Johnson Seeks Change of Venue for Talcum Powder MDL

I wrote recently about the results of the third test case in the ongoing talcum powder lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson. For those emerging from an Internet-free cave for the first time in a few years, allow me to quickly recap: the allegations against the company involve the idea that talc, the primary ingredient in […]

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TxDOT #EndthestreakTX Campaign Highlights Unbroken 16-year Period of Daily Traffic Fatalities

November 7, 2016 marked an anniversary, which the Texas Department of Transportation marked by issuing a release to commemorate a grim Texas milestone: “At least one person has died each and every day on Texas roads since November 7, 2000.” Sixteen Years?! Just How Many Fatalities Have There Been? Over the last sixteen years–that’s 5,845 […]

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ARC Automotive Under NHTSA Investigation for Possibly Faulty Airbags, Refuses to Cooperate

I’m sure by now most people are familiar with the word “Takata.” If they don’t recognize the name, the controversy that popularized it is even more familiar; the Japanese auto-parts manufacturer is responsible for one of the largest worldwide vehicle recalls of all time. American and Japanese automakers contracted with Takata to provide airbag assemblies […]

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Vision Zero in America

U.S. Safety Agencies Commit to Eliminating Traffic Fatalities in Next 30 Years…But How?

As I recently learned, several regulatory agencies and private safety firms have pledged to try and eliminate traffic fatalities within the next 30 years. The details of the conference and the proposed initiatives haven’t been made public yet, but it is likely that they will borrow heavily from similar projects taking place across Europe, particularly […]

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Crash Statistics Reflect Increased Traffic Fatalities in First Half of 2016

In early October, federal officials released the preliminary estimates of U.S. traffic fatalities during the first six months of 2016. Fatalities have risen by an estimated 10.4 percent since the government’s last assessment. This continues an unpleasant trend that began during 2014’s economic recovery and hasn’t stopped climbing since. For example, 2015’s fatalities clocked in […]

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Two Lawyers Misrepresent Their Credentials and Texas Law

Law Professors Misunderstand Texas Work Injury Law

Way to go Austin American Statesmen, it appears the editorial has been removed from their website. An editorial appeared in the Austin American-Statesman that was troubling, to say the least. Law professors Thomas McGarity and Sid Shapiro opined on the need for Texas to strengthen its workers’ compensation laws and among other things end the […]

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Gandy v Camp Thurman: Trespassing and Texas Premises Liability Law

In late 2011, 30-year-old Arlington man Jeremy Gandy broke into the premises of popular outdoor-adventure destination Camp Thurman after hours in Pantego. Arriving on the grounds between 3 and 4 a.m., Gandy had been drinking heavily before his decision to enter the camp; after climbing over a rear fence, he scaled a 30-foot zip line […]

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Tesla Model S Crashes, Battery Cells Ignite in Pyrotechnic Display

Does anybody else like retro-futurism? You may have seen examples of it without knowing its name, but the label applies to what people of previous periods in history thought the future would look like. For instance, concept art generated in the fifties depicts smiling people in silvery jumpsuits strolling across a gleaming Martian city toward […]

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Attorney Versus Food: Fried Chicken, Frivolity, and Tort Reform

While personal injury lawsuits typically result from injuries or loss of life in motor vehicle crashes, defective premises, or botched medical procedures, some lawsuits have a more colorful origin. Unfortunately, these oddball lawsuits are the ones that get lots of press coverage and raise the ire of people who think that lawyers are looking to […]

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