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Weight Loss Gimmicks

July 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Gimmicks, FTC warns By Teresa McUsic, Special to the Star-Telegram THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ARCHIVES Last July, the Federal Trade Commission announced three enforcement actions against direct marketers [...]

Big Awards Distorted View

July 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Coverage of Big Awards for Plaintiffs Helps Distort View of Legal System In most such cases, the verdicts are either later rejected or the amounts are severely [...]

$3.6 Million Jury Verdict

July 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Jury awards $3.6M to woman hurt on ride THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RAVENNA - A jury has awarded $3.6 million to a Wisconsin woman who was hurt while [...]

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$4.85 Million Verdict

July 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Jury holds former apartment owners liable in sexual assault case By CAREN M. PENLANDSPECIAL TO THE STAR-TELEGRAM ARLINGTON -- A Tarrant County jury has sent a strong message to North [...]

$4 Million Settlement

February 7th, 2006|0 Comments

Professor's estate gets $4m in settlement Construction piece had killed bicyclist By Jonathan Saltzman, Globe Staff | February 7, 2006 The estate of a mathematics professor who was struck and [...]

Please Wear Your Helmet

August 9th, 2005|0 Comments

Deaths up after helmet law repeals, studies say By Ken Thomas, Associated Press WASHINGTON -- Motorcycle fatalities have risen sharply in Florida since the state repealed its mandatory helmet law. [...]

Eating Well

July 27th, 2005|0 Comments

Eating Well Is There an Extra Ingredient in Nonstick Pans? By MARIAN BURROS THE question of whether Teflon cookware is safe has moved from Web site chatter to the courtroom. [...]

Drugs

July 7th, 2005|0 Comments

Study: Doctors limited in Rx training WASHINGTON (AP) With abuse of prescription drugs growing rapidly, many doctors and pharmacists say they have received limited training in dealing with pain-relievers, stimulants, [...]

AllState To Pay Millions

August 16th, 2004|0 Comments

Allstate to pay $60 million in Texas refunds Homeowners to benefit after state regulators challenged rates By TERRENCE STUTZ / The Dallas Morning News AUSTIN – Allstate Texas Lloyds, the [...]

Are Jurors Fair?

July 27th, 2004|0 Comments

Lawsuit juries harder to find Fear of 'jackpot justice' trumps law for some potential panelists By ANDREW TILGHMAN, Copyright 2004 Houston Chronicle When state District Judge Elizabeth Ray summoned a [...]

Steps to Safer Beef

January 18th, 2004|0 Comments

Steps to Safer Beef? Much of What Advocates Propose, Cattlemen and Government Oppose By Margaret Webb Pressler, Washington Post Staff Writer Food safety has been a top-of-mind issue since the [...]

Doctors Skunked

November 23rd, 2003|0 Comments

Doctors now learning what average homeowners know well By Carlos Guerra, San Antonio Express-News As the off-day election in September on Proposition 12 drew near, many Texas doctors personally asked [...]

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