Submitted by Jamar Hudson on Wed, 12/11/2013 - 17:24
American Association for Justice CEO Linda Lipsen was recently a guest on the Ring of Fire Show with Mike Papantonio to discuss generic drug accountability and the proposal by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to fix this issue.
Submitted by Jamar Hudson on Wed, 12/11/2013 - 16:41
There are two upcoming hearings addressing the deceptive practice called forced arbitration, which eliminates access to the courts replacing it with a secretive tribunal rigged in favor of billion dollar corporations.
Submitted by Michelle Kimmel on Sun, 12/08/2013 - 21:27
Wall Street banks have been granted a license to steal and violate the law. It’s called forced arbitration. Buried in the fine print of many bank and credit card contracts are dangerous forced arbitration clauses that eliminate access to justice and replace it with a secretive tribunal rigged in favor of Wall Street.
Submitted by Katie Gommel on Wed, 12/04/2013 - 16:39
You can’t get more hypocritical than Rep. Trent Franks, who votes to limit Americas’ access to court every chance he gets, but has no qualms against using the courts when it is in his political interest. Now, he’s threatening to sue the Obama Administration over the Affordable Care Act and a host of other issues.
Submitted by Jamar Hudson on Wed, 12/04/2013 - 11:48
Millions of Americans purchase red gasoline cans every year.
However, what those same consumers may not be aware of, are the dangers those cans pose.
The ubiquitous red gas cans in homes across America, are a ticking time-bomb waiting to explode. There are horrific examples of children knocking over gas cans with tricycles, fathers filling up chainsaws or lawnmowers and people just walking by the can when a small spark from static electricity or a water heater’s pilot light flashes into the can, causing the can to explode.
On Wednesday, NBC’s Today Show featured a segment highlighting the dangers of gas cans and the subsequent hurdles victims face in trying to receive justice for injuries they’ve suffered.