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    • Injury Board Member Turns Published Author-Read all About it

      Injury Board Member Turns Published Author-Read all About it

      Attorney/Author Mark Bello was profiled this week in the Detroit Legal News. Bello is looking forward to discussing and signing his two novels “A Betrayal of Faith” and “A Betrayal of Justice” – both featuring lawyer Zachary Blake – at […]

    • Significant Medication Errors in Arkansas Nursing Homes: Another Reason to Oppose Tort Reform

      Significant Medication Errors in Arkansas Nursing Homes: Another Reason to Oppose Tort Reform

      Nursing homes in Arkansas have been flagged for significant medication errors at a rate triple the national average over the past decade, according to data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. And, that is only counting the […]

    • Wrongful Death Lawsuits Filed in Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Case

      Wrongful Death Lawsuits Filed in Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Case

      Carbon monoxide poisoning is a “silent killer,” that can dramatically change a family forever. In April, a man and woman were found dead in a bedroom of a home near Friday Harbor, Washington. The coroner confirmed the cause of death […]

    • Adopt-A-Family For the Holidays

      Adopt-A-Family For the Holidays

      Lawsuit Financial is excited to once again team up with the Michigan Association for Justice to help provide joyful memories to local families this holiday season. “The holidays are a particularly stressful time of year for many needy families,” said […]

    • Former California Priest Accused of Sex Abuse is now a Rhode Island Psychologist

      Former California Priest Accused of Sex Abuse is now a Rhode Island Psychologist

      A former California priest was removed from the church by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles in 2004 because of his “emotional instability”. The following year, a lawsuit alleged that he sexually abused at least two children in the parish prior […]

    • Sturgill Simpson Busk For the ACLU Outside the CMA Awards

      Sturgill Simpson Busk For the ACLU Outside the CMA Awards

      The Country Music Awards was held on November 8 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN. Prior to the award ceremony, the Country Music Association (CMA) sent out guidelines on media coverage. The press was told not to focus on […]

    • Woman Deported After 30 Years in U.S.

      Woman Deported After 30 Years in U.S.

      Imagine that after 30 years living in your home, in your community, you were told you must leave – no questions asked. Furthermore, the move is at your expense. That is exactly what has happened to a Michigan woman. Zahrija […]

    • New Security Rules When Flying Into the United States

      New Security Rules When Flying Into the United States

      Effective October 26, anyone on any incoming flight to the U.S., citizen or not, will be subject to stricter passenger screening. Security checks may include more detailed inspections of carry-on bags and electronic devices, as well as interviews at boarding […]

    • Louis C.K. Issues Apology For Sexual Misconduct

      Louis C.K. Issues Apology For Sexual Misconduct

      Today, I came across an article in the New York Times in which Louis C.K. apologized for sexually harassing several women. Here is a portion of what he said. “Now I’m aware of the extent of the impact of my actions. I […]

    • Drowsy Driving Prevention Week: Facts and Stats

      Drowsy Driving Prevention Week: Facts and Stats

      On Sunday, most of the country turned the clocks back an hour. Although it meant an extra hour of sleep, the American Auto Association (AAA) says drivers need to be reminded of the potential effects of the time changes, such […]