Miami judge gives the go-ahead for chinese drywall class-action suit

By Allison Ross, Palm Beach Post     A Miami judge has certified the nation's first class-action suit against manufacturers and distributors of defective Chinese drywall.   County Circuit Judge Joseph Farina gave the go-ahead for…

Fatal crash involving bee truck closes I-35 in Lakeville

By Kare11.com   LAKEVILLE, Minn. -- At least one person has died in a multi-vehicle accident involving a bee truck on Interstate 35 late Monday morning.   The crash happened around 11:30 a.m. Monday on northbound I-35 near County…

New Info Regarding Louisiana Oil Spill Lawsuits

We at The Hayes Firm have recently developed a new website which you may find interesting and helpful.   As you no doubt have heard, BP and their network of fellow companies are responsible for one of the biggest oils spills in history.…

Building Your Personal Injury Case to Maximize Your Settlement

A personal injury accident can leave you permanently disabled and unable to work. If you have suffered from a serious personal injury accident you want to recover a maximum settlement. A serious injury accident can cause physical damages, medical…

Reynolds Told to Pay $29.1 Million to Smoker’s Widow

By Bob Van Voris May 20 (Bloomberg) -- R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. must pay $29.1 million to Connie Buonomo, the widow of a Florida man who started smoking at age 13 and died of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in 2008, a jury in Fort Lauderdale…

Teenagers Need to be Taught About the Dangers of Nighttime Driving

The following is a guest post from Chicago accident lawyers, Dolan Law Offices:   MADD, SADD, parents, and schools have spent years warning new teenage drivers about the dangers of the road.  We talk about the dangers of speeding, cell…

Major Class Action Lawsuit Filed by Residents Against Corporations for Failing to Clean Up Cancer Causing Waste

May 19, 2010 By JDJournal.com   Residents have filed a class action lawsuit in New Jersey State Court, Hudson County against Honeywell International of New Jersey and PPG Industries of Pennsylvania for dumping and failing to clean up cancer-causing…

Toy Dart Guns Recalled for Suffocation Risk After 2 Children Die

By Bill Hendrick WebMD Health News     May 17, 2010 -- Nearly 2 million toy dart gun sets that have been linked to two asphyxiation deaths in the Midwest are being recalled by Charlotte, N.C.-based Family Dollar Stores, the Consumer…

Conair recalls 291,000 hair dryers

By Chavon Sutton, CNNMoney.com staff writer   NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Conair Corp. is recalling 291,000 BabylissPro model hair dryers because they pose a laceration risk, a government agency said Friday.   Conair (CNGA) disclosed 16…

Rancho Cucamonga Resident Killed in Six Car Crash

Pedro Medina, 46, of Rancho Cucamonga was fatally injured in a Rancho Cucamonga car accident in April 2010. According to The Sun, the six car collision happened after Medina, who was driving west near Via Verde, side-swiped the rear of a 1995…