Chicken soup is perfect for cold winter days, but consumers of MOM’S CHICKEN SOUP may have been in for a surprise this January when they opened their cans to discover Italian wedding soup with meatballs instead of the chicken, veggies and noodles they were anticipating. On January 12, 2017, Kettle Cuisine, the maker of […]
A little more than a year ago, the Boston University Medical Center made Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, or CTE, an official disease. Since then, we have seen countless articles and reports about the causes and effects of CTE in regards to football players and athletes. More research is being done every day to find a […]
Imagine you have been in an auto accident, and you have sustained a serious injury along with substantial damage to your car. You put in a claim with your insurance company, but they refuse to pay it, or they offer you a settlement amount worth far less than what you deserve.
It happens far more […]
The exact number has not been released yet, but tens of millions of cars and trucks were recalled in 2016. That means tens of millions of people had to make an appointment with their local mechanic or dealership to have a defective auto part fixed or replaced. While the costs of those repairs should […]
Nursing home neglect and abuse are often lumped into the same conversation, but they are not the same thing. Neglect can be intentional or unintentional, while abuse requires malicious intent. Unintentional neglect is still actionable; it means that a care provider has committed a breach of duty or provided substandard care that contributed to […]
There are many factors that can cause an auto accident. Driving very early, or very late, might mean that fatigue is a factor. Inclement weather can reduce the visibility of other vehicles or important warning signs. Distractions can reduce or eliminate reaction time. All of these factors have one thing in common; they all […]