Legal News | Law Firm Newswire - Part 221

Police officers do not always need a warrant to enter your home. Denver, CO (Law Firm Newswire) May 10, 2010 – “While many people enjoy watching police shows on TV that deal with how the cops apprehend a criminal and how they have to get a warrant to go to a person’s place to arrest them, etc., this isn’t always the reality,” said Miller Leonard, a Denver federal criminal defense lawyer and state criminal defense lawyer. On TV the officers are usually greeted at the door by someone that says “Where’s your warrant?” It’s a fair question, because in ‘most’ […]


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Danger is ever-present at construction sites, no matter how safe they are. Always be alert for danger. Austin, TX (Law Firm Newswire) May 7, 2010 – It goes without saying that construction worksites are considered to be accidents looking to happen at any time. No matter how safe people are, how cautious they may be or how well the site is maintained, the sheer nature of the work means personal injuries may be just around the corner. Heavy machinery, industrial tools, raw materials, questionable scaffolding, open holes in buildings, the presence of electrical outlets and power lines – all these […]


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Knockoffs don’t just happen in the fashion industry, as this case demonstrates. Here a lighter is the leading light in a lawsuit. Los Angeles, CA (Law Firm Newswire) May 6, 2010 – Most people tend to think of knockoffs in terms of the fashion industry: a knockoff of a famous designer’s dress, shoes, handbag or jacket, etc. “Think McQueen vs. Madden, a rather famous shoe knockoff lawsuit. While clothing seems to have been the major source of the latest knockoff lawsuits, it looks like other companies are getting fed up with people copying their designs and trying to pass them […]


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A family of five was seriously hurt in this car-train wreck. They hit a CN train. Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) May 4, 2010 – “Although you’d think it would be hard not to see a train, or to even get on the tracks at the same time the train is barreling toward you, it does happen. And it did in this case when 16-year-old Austin Broehm hit the westbound engine,” recounted Daren Monroe, Litigation Funding Corporation, Southfield, Michigan. No one is sure why Broehm was on the tracks at the same time as the train, but the crash caused […]


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It used to be that we could trust the products we bought in the marketplace. That is not the case today. Albuquerque, NM (Law Firm Newswire) May 3, 2010 – “Every time we open a newspaper, watch TV or listen to the radio, we’re often bombarded with yet another product recall. For example, the Freshway romaine lettuce recall (potentially contaminated with Escherichia coli O145 bacteria); 2006 to 2010 Hummer H3 vehicles for fractured hood clip tabs (may cause hood to fly off) or the Best Friend’s charm bracelet for children recalled for high levels of toxic cadmium,” recounted Scott Atkinson, […]


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Motorcycle riding is fun, but watch out for the head injuries. Albuquerque, NM (Law Firm Newswire) May 2, 2010 – Those who love motorcycles do so for various reasons, and most of them know that while they are out biking they are running the risk of being injured in a collision or other mishap of some kind. This doesn’t stop a whole lot of dedicated bikers from being out on the road as often as possible. “Many people have even sold their cars and are riding their motorcycles to work. Nothing wrong with any of that, but honestly, it would […]


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