Massive NFL Brain Injury Lawsuit in Play, Families Continue to Sue; September 10, 2013 Germantown, MD: As the National Football League (NFL) sorts through a potential multimillion-dollar settlement with players and their families over brain injury, the family of a Frostburg State University football player who died after a grueling … Continue reading

George Zimmerman’s Wife Won’t Press Charges Despite Threat Accusation

Chicago Tribune; September 10, 2013 Shellie Zimmerman, the wife of George Zimmerman, declined to press charges Monday afternoon despite calling 911 and accusing her husband of using a gun to threaten her family. Zimmerman was acquitted of murder two months … Continue reading

Act Now for Discounts on 2014 Trial Lawyers Summit

If you’d like to save money on attending the 2014 Trial Lawyers Summit in South Beach, Florida, you’d better hurry.  A list of the available discounts is below, along with a link to the discount offer from the Loews Miami … Continue reading

Unum Named Second-Worst Insurance Company in US; September 8, 2013 Chattanooga, TN: It may come as no surprise to some people who deal with companies like Unum that Unum is listed as the second-worst insurance company in the US. Unum lawsuits, alleging the company engages in … Continue reading

Don’t Trust Helmet Safety Claims, NY Attorney General Warns

News Inferno; September 6, 2013 As professional football season starts, and school and youth leagues are also getting underway, New York Attorney General (AG) Eric T. Schneiderman just issued a warning concerning bogus football helmet safety claims. Claims that a … Continue reading

Industry Group Issues Report Touting Fracking Boom Benefits to Economy

News Inferno; September 5, 2013 An industry-funded report states that the uptick in hydraulic fracturing (fracking) activities has benefited the economy with jobs, revenue, and household income increases. While some believe fracking is an answer to a downturned economy and … Continue reading

NFL Concussion Settlement Raises Questions

CNN; September 9, 2013 After years of defiantly denying that it was aware of any links between football and brain injuries, the NFL reached a surprising settlement with 4,500 former players who sued the organization over concussion-related issues to the … Continue reading

Mark O’Mara, George Zimmerman Lawyer, Joins CNN as Legal Analyst

Huffington Post; September 6, 2013 The Florida defense attorney who was the public face of George Zimmerman’s legal team has signed on to be a legal analyst for CNN. Mark O’Mara appeared Friday morning on CNN’s “New Day” program, where … Continue reading

Perfect Privacy? In Internet Communication, that Doesn’t Exist

NBC News; August 27, 2013 Your communications are private — mostly. Your next-door neighbor can’t hear you send an angry email or a saucy text, and even talking on a cellphone is more secure than using the century-old tech in … Continue reading

Hundreds of Lawsuits Filed over GranuFlo

News Inferno; August 26, 2013 Hundreds of lawsuits have been filed over risks associated with inadequate warnings for GranuFlo and NaturaLyte. According to court documents, more than 300 lawsuits have been filed nationwide and more are expected, WickedLocalWaltham reported. Allegations … Continue reading