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The Dangers of Flying in non Commercial Planes

Occasionally, large commercial airplanes do crash. It makes big, worldwide headlines and there are reviews and investigations that try and figure out the answers for how and why they happen. In some cases, e.g. the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, which probably crashed somewhere in the Indian Ocean, there are still no clear answers to those [...]

March 26th, 2020|Aviation Accidents|0 Comments

Can I Sue a Cruise Line Because I Got Sick?

Nashville may seem a long way from Wuhan in China, the epicenter of the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak which has now spread to countries and killed over 2,000 people. Nashville residents may take comfort in the swift actions of the U.S. government that has probably prevented, or at least slowed down, the arrival of the [...]

February 28th, 2020|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Countering an Allegation of Negligence in a Slip and Fall Case

Injuries caused by slip, trip and fall accidents are the most common of any injuries not related to traffic accidents. Leaving aside injuries that happen in the home and that cannot be blamed on anything except personal carelessness these injuries are commonly caused by negligent property owners. If you have been injured through a slip [...]

January 29th, 2020|Personal Injury|0 Comments

L.A. Elementary School Teachers Sue Delta After Low Altitude Fuel Dump

Four elementary school teachers have filed a lawsuit against Delta Air Lines citing negligence after suffering skin irritation and nausea from dumped fuel at their school near Los Angeles. The fuel was dumped at an unusually low level when Delta flight 89 was forced to return to L.A. International Airport after reporting engine trouble last [...]

January 20th, 2020|Aviation Accidents|0 Comments

Ukrainian International Airlines Crash UH752: Who is Liable?

The crash of the Ukrainian Airlines aircraft near Tehran in Iran is a political and legal minefield. Responsibility for the disaster has only just been confirmed by the Iranian government and, in particular, its air force. This seems to have been due to a hasty and ill informed decision to shoot the plane down with [...]

January 13th, 2020|Aviation Accidents|0 Comments

FAA Knew That Boeing’s 737 MCAS System Was Faulty Before Ethiopian Crash

It has been reported that the U.S. aviation regulator, the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) knew that there was a serious problem with Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft after the first major crash involving one of its planes but did nothing about it. The FAA analyzed the first crash that led to 189 people dying in Indonesia [...]

December 30th, 2019|Aviation Accidents|0 Comments

Roundup Manufacturer Faces Lawsuit Escalation in 2020

Herbicide manufacturer Monsanto and its German parent company, Bayer, may face an unprecedented number of separate, new lawsuits against them next year unless there is a significant resolution of current claims. There have already been three successful claims against Monsanto for the serious health effects caused by their product, Roundup. Roundup has been on the [...]

December 10th, 2019|General|0 Comments

Tennessee Truck Driver Shortage a Concern for Truck Accident Fatalities

There is an inverse relationship between a truck driver shortage and the number of truck accidents. Currently, according to the American Trucking Associations (ATA), there is a national shortage of around 60,000 truck drivers. This shortage is also experienced here in Tennessee. Although it’s hard to prove directly that a shortage of drivers causes more [...]

December 1st, 2019|Trucking Accidents|0 Comments

PenAir Crash in Aleutian Islands Now Under Investigation

The PenAir plane that crashed at Dutch Harbor airport, Unalaska, in Alaska’s offshore Aleutian Islands last Thursday, is now under investigation by a team from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). The plane has already been recovered from near the sea where it landed after over shooting the Dutch Harbor airstrip landing, injuring 11 of [...]

October 22nd, 2019|Aviation Accidents|0 Comments

Juul’s CEO Resigns Amidst Vaping Crisis

The CEO of America’s largest and most profitable e-cigarette company, Juul, has resigned, as the numbers of people dying from vaping continue to rise. Kevin Burns, the Juul CEO, has apologized for the rise of vaping related illness which may be related to the use of his former company’s products. According to figures from the [...]

October 2nd, 2019|General|0 Comments