Entries by Mikala Harden

I Am Injured. Now What? Should I File a Workers’ Compensation Claim or a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

When you are injured as a direct result of someone else’s negligence, it can be problematic to discern in which category—workers’ compensation or personal injury—the incident belongs. Educating yourself about the primary differences between the two could alleviate some of the disorienting and puzzling questions that abound when you are injured and don’t know what […]

Self-Driving Cars Could Be Putting You at Risk as Their Numbers—and Their Shortcomings—Continue to Grow

A self-driving Uber vehicle—with a human safety driver behind the wheel in case of emergency—struck and killed an Arizona woman on Sunday, March 18, 2018. The victim, identified as 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg, is the first known pedestrian fatality caused by an autonomous vehicle. According to preliminary reports, the self-driving vehicle was traveling approximately 40 mph […]

Popular Dog Foods Found to Contain Euthanasia Drug

Recently, this firm put out a first ever informational blog to let readers know that their beloved dogs could be in jeopardy due to the dog food they are consuming.  Already, there is another instance impacting the beloved canine members of the family, so we wanted to get the word out again for our readership.  […]

Salmonella Health Alert With Fareway Chicken Salad

There is a new alert out from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) on Salmonella dangers with chicken salad made and distributed by Fareway grocery stores based in Iowa.  Fareway distributed the subject chicken salad, made between December 15, 2017 to February 13, 2018, to their out of state locations […]

Johnson & Johnson Will Pay Millions for Metal on Metal Hip Implants

Inserra Kelley Sewell has given its readership information in the past on the defective Pinnacle metal on metal replacement, with currently more than 9,000 cases filed against Johnson & Johnson and DePuy. A test case recently saw a jury award in Texas for six individual plaintiffs in the amount of $247 million dollars. This test trial was the […]

Ford Fusion Steering Wheels May Loosen and Detach

In automotive defect news, the traffic and safety regulating powers that be in the United States and looking into the possibility that the steering wheels in 2014 to 2016 Ford Fusions could possibly loosen up and even detach.  The probe began once there were three reports of this problem.  One particular report involved a Fusion […]

Fisher Price Motion Seats Recalled for Fire Hazard

Motion seats have become an exceedingly popular tool in the toolbox of parents wishing to keep their sweet babies content.  Fisher Price has had to recall 63,000 of their soothing motion seats for four different models.  There is a danger of overheating covers for the motors in the products that could cause a fire.  At […]

Blue Buffalo and Blue Wilderness Dog Foot Class Action Law Suit

In a first, this informational blog is letting readers know that their beloved dogs could be in jeopardy because of the dog food they are feeding them, assuming they are nourishing their canine family member.  Blue Buffalo and Blue Wilderness Dog Foods have been represented in their marketing as whole food, holistic, natural, healthy choices, […]

Syngenta Settles With US Farmers Over GMO Corn

This firm has represented farmers, and given the information and updates on the lawsuits against Syngenta regarding genetically modified (GMO) corn.  The latest news on these lawsuits is that Syngenta came to an agreement on September 26, 2017 to pay out one and a half billion.  The lawsuits  were brought due to Syngenta’s decision to […]