What Makes a Product Defective?

Has your car, blender, infant car seat or prescription medication caused you bodily harm? Were you affected by a malfunctioning or dangerous product through no fault of your own? If so, you may have a defective product on your hands—and you have rights. This article will address what makes a product defective, and the steps you can begin taking right now to protect yourself, along with the quickest way to present a strong case, giving you the compensation you desire. Read more

Dangerous Medical Instruments

As surgical instruments have become smaller and more specialized they have become more difficult to clean, exposing patients to severe infections and life threatening illnesses. The Center for Public Integrity recently investigated this problem and reported on  "How Dirty Medical Devices Expose Patients to Infection". Experts have cited design flaws in certain reusable instruments that cause debris - often bone or tissue - to clog out of reach of cleaning brushes as a cause of this serious problem. If you or a loved one has been injured in by dangerous medical instruments, we will listen to you, explain your options, and help you decide what action to Read more

Here They Go Again…..

Recently Michael Cardozo, the chief lawyer at New York City’s Corporation Counsel, called for a cap on pain and suffering damages in Tort lawsuits, citing the City’s need to reduce payouts on personal injury cases. Didn’t New York State’s legislature just decide this was a bad idea a few months ago when they rejected the caps which were proposed as part of Medicaid reform? Read more

Chrysler Announces Major Recall

This week the Chrysler Group LLC announced it was recalling close to 250,000 vehicles due to a defect in the steering system that could result in loss of directional stability and an increased risk of crashes. The recall applies to multiple models of the 2003 -2011 model-year Dodge Ram Read more