Recently reports have arisen linking the risk of vehicles with keyless ignition systems and carbon monoxide poisoning.

Vehicles installed with the “on / off” button that automatically turns the vehicle on or off with a push of a button were placing consumers at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning and death in the event a consumer

Across the world, people were fascinated and confused by Flight 370, the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 that seemingly vanished in October of 2014. The plane itself, all 239 passengers, the crew, and the piolet, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, disappeared when it was assumed the flight had to have crashed into the Indian Ocean. Radar records show

After nearly four weeks from the tragic events that left 59 people dead and scores of individuals scarred for life both physically and emotionally, the questions are beginning to surface about liability.

At the center of this inquiry lies the Mandalay Bay Hotel.  The question persists, how could the hotel not have seen or caught

On September 27, 2017 I presented before the Wyoming County Attorney’s Association on the opioid crisis and the impact same was having on Wyoming.  The opioid crisis is  the worst public health crisis of our generation; far outpacing smoking.

Since 2015 approximately 25 states, counties and municipalities have filed lawsuits against the Opioid manufacturers alleging

Farming communities are divided over the use of Monsanto’s newest and high-profile product. Dicamba is a genetically-modified soybean that is resistant to pesticides. The seed is meant to be used in conjunction with Monsanto weed-killers, such as RoundUp, to allow for spraying without damaging the crops. Although this is certainly not the first time the

A number of cases over the past decade regarding the Ford F150, F250, and F350 forces potential and current customers to ask themselves a serious question: Can my truck withstand the force of a rollover accident? Many may assume when they buy their truck that it can, due to aggressive marketing campaigns by Ford, but

In a warning letter sent to Pfizer Inc., the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) threatened potential legal action over their negligent manufacturing of the emergency allergy treatment, EpiPen. The letter was drafted due to violations of “good manufacturing practices” at Pfizer manufacturing plants in Missouri between February and March of 2017. However, there are many