Living with Scientific Uncertainty

Who should bear the risk of scientific uncertainty? If society does not want such uncertainties to become grist for litigation, it should be on the alert for other methods to address them. One obvious method…

Putting It on the Record

There is no ducking the question that recurring readers of this blog must already be asking: Does Nordberg read any newspapers, other than the New York Times? Well, yes, I do. But material from the…

Back on the Farm

Per the New York Times: “People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals said today that it would sue the KFC Corporation in Los Angeles on Monday as part of the group’s six-month boycott to seek…

Local Law Firm Aims to Protect Your Rights During a Divorce

Our experienced and highly skilled Houston family lawyers Stepp and Sullivan are committed to aggressively protecting your rights, no matter what your legal issue may be. Because Ann Meador focuses exclusively in the area of…

Louisville Premises Liability Lawsuit Filed Over Kentucky Stairwell Collapse

In Jefferson Circuit Court, two people who got hurt when a stairway in a Louisville building collapsed are suing the owners of the century-old building for Kentucky premises liability. The Louisville personal injury accident occurred on March 3…

Maryland Auto Insurance Law Basic Overview of Coverage Auto insurance coverage may include several types of protection; however, Maryland auto insurance law requires all registered vehicle owners to purchase certain minimum protections or coverage levels….

Boston fire truck collides with police officer’s SUV

A bizarre car accident occurred last Wednesday when a Boston fire truck crashed into a Boston police officer’s SUV in Mattapan. Boston Fire Department Ladder 29 was responding to a car accident and had its emergency siren…

Bus brawl leaves pedestrian pinned under MBTA bus

Typical mass transit injuries involve a bus or train striking a pedestrian, cyclist or another vehicle. Monday’s melee that left a man pinned underneath a MBTA bus is a less typical cause of mass transit injuries. The…

What if You Work After You Retire?

For those who are working while collecting benefits, Social Security has applied what is known as the “Earnings Test.” That means if you are 62-64 years old, every $2.00 earned over $10,080 (as of the…

Making Your Home Safe for Seniors: A Room-By-Room Assessment

Access: Which Entry is the Safest? ·    What type of ground surface leads to the entry? ·    How many steps are there? ·    Is it possible to add a ramp if necessary?…