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Drop Dead Exhausted: The Price of Fatigue at Work

June is National Safety Month. This four-week event is observed annually to help people stay safe at home, at work, and on the road. In...

  • Staff
  • Jun 12, 2017

New Lawsuit Claims Florida DOE Refused to Help Blind Exam Takers

Morgan & Morgan has announced the filing of a lawsuit against the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) for a reported violation of the Americans with...

  • Staff
  • Jun 8, 2017

Slip and Falls Are One of the Most Avoidable Injuries

June is National Safety Month. This four-week event is observed annually to help people stay safe at home, at work, and on the road. In...

  • Richard Bierig
  • Jun 5, 2017

Wis. Factory Explosion Kills 1 Worker, Injures 13 Others

A factory explosion in Cambria, Wisconsin left one employee dead, 13 other workers injured, and two more missing late Wednesday night. The blast’s cause is...

  • Matthew Sandler
  • Jun 1, 2017

Which Is Better: $15K or $535K?

We have talked a lot about how we go to trial to fight for our clients, and a couple recent jury verdicts show why we’re...

  • Aaron Vehling
  • Jun 1, 2017

Robocallers May Soon Be Allowed to Spam Your Voicemail

As if your bloated email inbox wasn’t enough, your smartphone’s voicemail may be the latest thing under threat of spam. The Republican National Committee is...

  • Staff
  • May 26, 2017

How Cities Around the U.S. Are Putting Heat Deaths on Ice

Summer is rapidly approaching and with the new season comes high temperatures. For those who work, exercise, or generally spend a lot of time outdoors...

  • Staff
  • May 26, 2017

Feeding a Fire: The Great American Tradition of Grilling

For over one million years, mankind has held a strong fascination with flames, sometimes with painful consequences. But some good things have come from playing...

  • Staff
  • May 24, 2017

Four Killed in Lexington House Fire

Tragedy struck this weekend after a Saturday house fire claimed four lives in Lexington, Kentucky. Firefighters pulled the victims from the blaze around 3:30 a.m....

  • Matthew Sandler
  • May 22, 2017

What Other Cities Can Learn From Philly's Bike Culture

Today is Bike to Work Day, the culmination of a week-long campaign promoting cycling to work as a healthy alternative to driving. Events are held...

  • Staff
  • May 19, 2017

Hot Coffee Cases: Why You Shouldn’t Scold the Scalded

We’re proud to announce that our firm has secured a $100,000 verdict on behalf of a woman who was severely burned by hot coffee from...

  • Staff
  • May 18, 2017

It's Time For Your Hurricane Safety Plan to Make Landfall

This is the third and final post of our series about Hurricane Preparedness Week. Our previous post investigated the story behind hurricane names. We hope...

  • Matthew Sandler
  • May 12, 2017

Trials Help Medical Malpractice Victims Get Justice

This is another entry in our week-long series celebrating the importance of trials. Why are trials important? It’s about justice. When doctors make mistakes, patients...

  • Richard Bierig
  • May 11, 2017

What’s the Story Behind Hurricane Names?

This is the second in a series of posts about Hurricane Preparedness Week. Our previous post looked at the five deadliest hurricanes of the past...

  • Staff
  • May 10, 2017

From $0 to $1M: Matt Morgan on Why Trials Matter

This is another entry in our week-long series celebrating the importance of trials]. Why are trials important? It’s about justice. For more information on why...

  • Richard Bierig
  • May 10, 2017