LaBarron Boone and Greg Allen, lawyers in our Personal Injury/Product Liability Section, recently settled a case involving two defective products about which we have previously warned. That... Read more
Lawyers in our firm are preparing a very important case for trial in Benton County, Arkansas. We represent the parents of a 17-year-old girl who was killed in a tragic car wreck on her way h... Read more
Rollover crashes are a significant and a particularly deadly safety problem. Rollovers are second only to frontal crashes as a source of fatalities in light vehicles. From 2000 to 2009, 47 p... Read more
A faulty tire is said to have caused a fatal crash involving eight high school students in Florida last year. The crash occurred on an interstate highway, and four students were killed and f... Read more
Our firm recently settled another crashworthiness case involving a heavy truck or 18-wheeler cab. In this case, the driver for some unknown reason lost control of his rig and it overt... Read more
We have written about the safety problems concerning U-Haul trailers in previous issues. Now, yet another death has occurred, most likely caused by a U-Haul trailer fishtailing and causing t... Read more
Our firm has settled three separate lawsuits against Ford Motor Company, each involving rollovers of Ford SUVs. In each case an occupant of an SUV died when they were either totally or parti... Read more
We have written in several issues over the past year or so that one of the most dangerous vehicles on the road in terms of rollover is a vehicle marketed for use by ball teams, scout troops,... Read more
Because of its extreme significance from a safety perspective, I asked Greg Allen, the Senior Lawyer in our Product Liability Section, to write a piece on roof crush litigation. Greg has han... Read more
An Iowa jury has found that Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., the second-biggest U.S. tiremaker, is largely responsible for the fatal rollover of a minivan in 2007. The jury found that the Coope... Read more
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