Articles Posted in Personal Injury Law

On Wednesday, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed a bill protecting in vitro fertilization (IVF) patients and providers from liability if the embryos created during the process are damaged or destroyed. The development was prompted by a recent Alabama Supreme Court ruling that frozen embryos are people and that people who destroy…

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A New York painter and performance artist sued the Museum of Modern Art on Monday, alleging it intentionally and negligently failed to take action to prevent recurrent sexual assaults.

New York sued PepsiCo on Wednesday, arguing that the snack giant's single-use bottles, caps, and wrappers are a large contributor to the pollution of the Buffalo River and have impacted public health, freshwater species, the ecosystem, the public's use and enjoyment of the river, and the aesthetic value of the river and its shoreline.

Allan Kassenoff, former patent litigation shareholder at Greenberg Traurig, individually and as guardian of his minor children, along with his matrimonial attorney, sued social media influencer Robert Harvey in federal court on Tuesday over “a few clicks of his keyboard and a video upload to TikTok” that allegedly financially destroyed Kassenoff and harmed…

The widow of a USC linebacker who had suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) failed to prove that his death resulted from his repeated head injuries while playing football.

A federal magistrate judge declared a mistrial on Thursday in a high-profile Flint water contamination case after jurors stated that they could not reach a unanimous verdict without threatening their physical and mental health.

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Several Olympic gold medalists and dozens of other women are seeking $1 billion based on a failure to investigate sexual abuse allegations against sports doctor Larry Nassar, who worked for the U.S. women's gymnastics team and Michigan State University.

One of the 10 people shot in an April mass shooting on a Brooklyn subway has sued gun manufacturer Glock over its marketing and distribution practices.

A former college athlete has sued Lyft over a lack of safety measures for drivers after a carjacking during a Lyft ride left him paralyzed last spring.

Central Park Five prosecutor Linda Fairstein may sue Netflix for defamation over its portrayal of her in its 2019 series about the case.