Learning to ride a bicycle is a popular requisite of growing up, and this makes bike safety for kids a concern for all parents. We can’t be with our children all the time, but we can […]Read more.
It’s a holiday with unpredictable weather, during a time when it gets darker earlier, and on top of that, no one looks quite like themselves—it’s Halloween! Here are some safety tips for keeping your children safe […]Read more.
We recently shared an article on social media about a family’s struggle with their son’s Cerebral Palsy and the lawsuit that alleges medical negligence against the hospital who delivered him. These types of cases come around […]Read more.
Uber, a successful transportation company that allows users of its app to request drivers, has been charged with its first wrongful death lawsuit. The lawsuit seeks damages in the death of 6 year-old Sophia Liu, who […]Read more.
What action can you take if a child is born with a birth injury? If your child has been subjected to an injury during the birthing process, we can help. Watch as Jeff explains the necessary […]Read more.
In 2011, the Cates family elected (after having scheduled a C-section) for a vaginal delivery for their breech baby. After consulting with numerous doctors, the Cates felt this was a safe way to deliver their baby […]Read more.
An administrator for the estate of Donald, “Donnie” Boyer Crotty filed a wrongful death complaint and is seeking a jury trial and unspecified damages after the 15-year-old was tragically run over by an ATV at Roberson […]Read more.
Eddie, “Ryan”, Owens, the 3-year-old son of former Detective Eddie P. Owens, traumatically died from an accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound after accessing and playing with his father’s work pistol which was stored in the family’s home […]Read more.
The family of 22-year-old Sean-Michael Glarner, who drowned while at Okemos Special Needs Day Camp, will receive $200,000 in a settlement with Okemos Public Schools. In 2008, Glarner had a seizure while in a pool at […]Read more.
The staff of an out-of-date child care center in California has been struck with criminal charges over the death of a 4-year old boy in the fall of 2012. The baby’s parents have filed a wrongful […]Read more.
Ohio’s new laws banning texting and driving will be in effect starting tomorrow, Friday, August 31st, 2012. The law has been enforced due to the the increase in accidents relating to texting and driving, especially with […]Read more.