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Personal Injury Newsletter
Comparative Negligence May Affect Loss of Consortium Awards
 
Depending on the jurisdiction, spouses, children, and parents may be able to recover for a "loss of consortium" in personal injury and wrongful death actions.  Some states have extended the availability of loss of consortium damages to other parties, including grandparents and non-married cohabitants.  Note, however, that the status of More...
 
Criminal Defendant Responsibility to Pay Victim Restitution
 
Many state laws require criminal defendants to pay restitution to their victims and/or to the state for harm directly caused by the defendant's crimes.  Such laws are generally enacted to provide compensation for a broad array of costs resulting from crimes such as fraud, personal injury, death or property damage.  More...
 
Dietary Supplements and Consumer Awareness
 
Many people take dietary supplements to support their diets with herbs, vitamins and minerals. In some instances, dietary supplements can provide health benefits. In others, the unexpected risks can injure or even kill consumers. The distribution and marketing of dietary supplements is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), More...
 
Landlord Responsibilities and Lead Poisoning
 
Lead is a toxin that is most commonly encountered in paint manufactured before 1978. The most common victims of lead poisoning are children who ingest paint chips containing lead. Areas in the home that are painted with lead-based paint, such as railings, fences, doors and window sills, can be a More...
 
Breach of Warranty and Personal Injury
 
Although the public tends to trust the integrity of a product and the company that produces it, not all products are made safely and injury can result from products that are improperly designed, manufactured or distributed. In order to recover damages for injuries sustained as a result of faulty consumer More...
 
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