People tend, with the benefit of hindsight, to falsely believe that they would have predicted the outcome of an event. More colloquially, hindsight bias could be called the "You should have known all ...
Isn't it funny looking back at your childhood and thinking about all the different toys you had and activities you used to do with your friends for fun? Climbing trees, going head first down a slid...
Product liability works differently then most other personal injury cases. The law has laid things out so that in almost all cases the manufacturer is liable for injuries caused by their product - kno...
If you are a woman you will be well aware of the daily toils we undergo as the fairer gender. Not only are we faced with the trials and tribulations of menstruation and the responsibility of keepin...
There are many reasons why we girls would like to make no win, no fee claims, including a dodgy hair cut, a fall in a pair of high heels and makeovers that make us look like men dressed in drag. Bu...
When I think of Easter, images of fields laden with daffodils, bunny rabbits, fluffy little chicks and newborn lambs pop into my head. Easter means that spring has well and truly sprung, a big f...
As of a few weeks ago, British Summer time is officially upon us; the clocks clunked resentfully forwards and we lost an hour of precious sleeping time but the days are now longer and growing pr...
In California law, products liability is defined as the accountability of all the responsible parties engaged in the production or manufacture of certain goods for any harm or damaged brought about by...
In 2006, the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005 (CAFA) became law. The primary purposes of the Act was to assure fair and prompt recoveries of legitimate claims, to establish more liberal procedural re...
Product Liability. We hear this term every day, but what exactly does it mean? From the lead paint discovered poisoning our children's toys, to the massive judgments Personal Injury Attorneys are winn...