Posts Tagged ‘wrongful death’

A New Study Shows That Tort Reform Has Failed

  • March 6, 2015
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You may remember that back in January, I wrote a couple of posts about tort reform (if you missed them, you can find them here & here); to briefly recap, tort reformists claim that by capping compensation payouts, insurance premiums…

Tort Reform – Do We Need It? Pt. 2

  • January 16, 2015
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Last week I wrote about how tort reform is preventing victims receiving justice and fair compensation, and also how companies, such as GM, are getting away with shirking their responsibilities toward consumers. This week, I’d like to continue by looking…

Tort Reform – Do We Need It? Pt. 1

  • January 9, 2015
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In 2006, 18-year-old Wisconsin Natasha Weigel and her friend, Amy Rademaker, were killed when Weigel’s car swerved off the road, and crashed into some trees. However, a fault with the ignition meant it had momentarily switched off, thus leaving the…

New York – The Shocking State of Nursing Homes

  • December 19, 2014
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At this time of year, perhaps more than any other, we want to be confident that the people whom we have charged with caring for our elderly relatives are doing their job properly; unfortunately, for many people, this simply is…

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