Alabama Litigation Review

Alabama Litigation Review

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Are We Seeing More Trust And Estate Cases?

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A recent blog titled The Rising Tide of Trust and Estate Litigation asks — Are trust and estate disputes on the rise? I don’t know the answer to that question. But, the author provides excellent commentary on the factors which (in his opinion) may be leading to an increasing number of cases. Before I discuss… Continue Reading

Court Secrecy Harms The Public

Posted in Business Litigation, Defective Products, Personal Injury, Uncategorized

It’s been almost two months since my last post. Although not writing here, I have been busy writing – including a number of briefs in an ongoing products’ liability case and a separate case involving a public contract in Alabama. Both cases share a common (and troubling) issue. Both involve serious public issues shrouded in… Continue Reading

Did The Uninsured Driver Have First Class Legal Representation — Courtesy Of Your Insurance Carrier?

Posted in Personal Injury, Uncategorized

Another driver crashed into you on an Alabama highway. You suffered personal injury. The other driver does not have enough insurance to pay for your damages. Naturally, the other driver also has no money, assets, or other hidden treasure, that can pay for your damages. Thankfully, you have uninsured / underinsured coverage on your policy.… Continue Reading

Jury Punishes Manufacturer Of Dangerous Drug Actos

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This week, a Federal Court jury assessed a substantial verdict against the companies marketing the dangerous and defective diabetes drug Actos. I have discussed the danger of Actos and bladder cancer in prior posts. I have also written about the manufacturer Takeda and claims the company hid tests revealing the risk of bladder cancer to… Continue Reading