Lawyers Can Seek Fees Even if Vaccine Injury Claims Were Too Late

Thomson Reuters; May 21, 2013 (Reuters) – Lawyers who file claims on behalf of clients alleging injury from a vaccine may recover their legal fees even if the claim is dismissed as untimely, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday. … Continue reading

Cell Phone Radiation Leads to New Concerns

NewsInferno; May 20, 2013 While study results have been mixed over the issue of cell phones and the radiation they emit and the dangers they present, some credible experts are taking another look at the ubiquitous devices. A nurse at … Continue reading

When Are Legal Fees Voluntary?

Forbes; May 21, 2013 According to many self-made millionaires, the times legal fees are voluntary – or quasi-voluntary – are ALL THE TIME. The general process is that lawyers do legal work and they send a bill. Sometimes they get … Continue reading

Nurses Allege Violations of California’s Labor Laws

Lawyersandsettlements.com; May 20, 2013 Bellflower, CA: On the list of violations of California labor law, failure to pay employees has to be high. After all, pay is one of the main reasons – if not the only reason – most … Continue reading

‘We Can Light Our Water on Fire,’ says Fracking Victim

Lawyersandsettlements.com; May 19, 2013 Carroll County, OH: Joe and Dawn live in a part of Ohio that has seen a boom in the gas, oil and shale industry. And with it has come a fracking problem, to the point where … Continue reading

Florida Nursing Home Faces Sanctions Over Client Treatment

NewsInferno; May 16, 2013 A Florida nursing home is facing a fine and state-mandated probation for failing to report allegations of abuse and to implement procedures to prevent abuse. Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration has determined that three of … Continue reading

A Rare Peek into a Justice Department Leak Probe

Washington Post; May 19, 2013 When the Justice Department began investigating possible leaks of classified information about North Korea in 2009, investigators did more than obtain telephone records of a working journalist suspected of receiving the secret material. They used … Continue reading

Car Thief Caught in McDonald’s Drive-Thru after Placing Order with Owner

Autoblog; May 20, 2013 If you’re going to drive a stolen car in a town of roughly 77,000 people – about the same size as Scranton, Pennsylvania or Ogden, Utah – you want to be very careful about where you … Continue reading

Texas Lawyer Mo Aziz Has Been Selected For Inclusion On The 2013 Texas Rising Stars Listing

Houston attorney Mo Aziz, a partner with Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Friend, has been recognized as a top Texas lawyer through inclusion on the Texas Rising Stars Listing consistently since 2008.   (Houston, TX) Houston litigator Mo Aziz … Continue reading

Man Charged with Posing as Lawyer, Collecting Fees

Thomson Reuters; May 6, 2013 NEW YORK (Reuters) – The New York attorney general’s office on Monday unsealed an indictment against a man who allegedly posed as an attorney and bilked clients out of tens of thousands of dollars. Michael … Continue reading