Whenever the use of a product results in an injury or illness suffered by you or a loved one, scrutiny will almost immediately fall on the product's manufacturer as to its safety. At least, that is the attitude that many have when they come to see us here at The Leigh Law Firm. We often must distinguish for them when a case might actually point toward product liability. You see, whether or not a product is at fault for your injury or illness (and by extension, whether its manufacturer is liable to you) depends largely on the unique circumstances of your case.
It’s a sad fact that accidents can happen to even the most cautious Texas drivers. While you can’t always prevent car crashes from occurring, knowing how to react in the aftermath can be extremely helpful. In this case, Esurance.com offers the following step-by-step guide.
With wrongful death cases, dealing with practical legal matters is often just the tip of the iceberg. You’ll also be faced with the emotional upheaval that accompanies the death of a loved one, which can be far more traumatic when death occurs because of a negligent act. The American Psychological Association offers the following help in this case, which can allow you to grieve the loss of your loved one in the healthiest manner possible.
There is a lot of talk in the media about law enforcement overstepping and wrongful deaths due to this. Specifically, when it comes to shooting deaths of suspects, people like to shout statistics without ever really doing the research to find out what the truth is. There are a lot of assumptions about this subject in Texas. Here's a look at the real facts and information about officer-involved shootings, according to The Daily Wire.
It’s important for medical staff like pharmacists to communicate instructions when providing prescriptions to people in Texas. On pertinent piece of information is the medication’s date of expiration. While many people don’t take these dates seriously, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration explains how taking expired medication can cause harm.
As a Texas consumer, it can be frustrating to learn that a product you have been using for yourself, in your home or for your family could be dangerous. Consumers have the right to a reasonable assumption of safety when using or consuming stuff they buy. If you or a member of your family suffered because of a dangerous product, you do not have to deal with it on your own.