Legal Articles, Personal Injury

Does Federal Law "Preempt" (Block) State Lawsuits for Mislabeling?

The most comprehensive list of preemption cases in food, supplements, and medical devices. Decisions issued by the U.S. Supreme Circuit, federal appeals courts, district courts, and state courts.

Mislabeling vs. Misbranding: A Practical Guide with Examples

In general, mislabeling refers to errors or omissions on product labels, while misbranding refers to false or misleading claims or representations about the product. Here are tons of examples in bulleted and numbered lists.

The Ultimate Guide to False-Advertising Law in New York: 22 FAQs

Learn New York False Advertising through FAQs and case analyses.

The Top 5 Reasons to Hire a Car Accident Attorney Near You After a Crash

After a car crash, hiring a St. Louis car accident lawyer near you is crucial. They provide legal knowledge, evidence gathering, negotiation, and court representation to help you get the compensation you need and deserve.

5 Common Reasons Your Car Injury Claim is Delayed

Common issues that can delay a car accident claim include lengthy medical treatment, liability disputes, the need for the case to go to court, multiple negligent parties, and little to no proof of liability. An experienced attorney can help you gather evidence, negotiate with the insurer, and represent you in court if necessary.

Drunk Drivers and Lawsuits Against Taverns in Pennsylvania

Persons injured or killed by drunk drivers may have claims against the driver and other parties who served alcohol to driver. This article explains tavern liability and liquor liability situations, known as "Dram Shop" cases in Pennsylvania .

Insurance Company Questions After Car Accident: What to Expect

Car insurers may try to minimize claims by asking tricky questions. It's essential to consult with an experienced attorney before answering them.

Who Is at Fault in a Parking Lot Accident in New York?

If you are involved in a parking lot accident in New York, seeking legal assistance is recommended to navigate complexities in determining fault and negotiating with insurance companies.

Injured on Another Person’s Property - Premises Liability in Pennsylvania

People who suffer injuries on property owned by others have a right to bring legal action against the property owner, if the owner was negligent in the manner in which the property was kept. This article explains how these types of cases are analyzed in Pennsylvania.

Legal Rights of Passengers Injured or Killed in Pennsylvania Traffic Accidents

Passengers injured in auto accidents have the right to take legal action against “at fault” parties. Because Pennsylvania is a “no fault” insurance state, there are three possible sources of money damages for injured passengers.

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