Victim awarded $100 million in damages. A Delaware jury today awarded $25 million in compensatory and $75 million in punitive damages to Deborah Barba, finding Boston Scientific liable for several permanent and serious injuries caused by its Advantage Fit and Pinnacle transvaginal mesh (TVM) products.
During a press conference on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) Administrator Mark Rosekind and U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced that Japan-based Takata Corp. has declared an estimated 33.8 million vehicles defective due to airbags that may explode with excessive force and potentially shoot metal shrapnel at passengers.
CBS Evening News interviewed attorney Kevin Dean, the firm’s automotive forensic technical advisor Bill Williams and our client Angelina Sujata. The interviews tell the story of how Kevin and Bill came to be the only known people, other than Takata, testing recalled airbags.
ISS recognized Motley Rice for recovering the sixth highest aggregate amount for investors in U.S. securities fraud class actions.
Motley Rice transportation attorneys are reviewing the circumstances surrounding the fatal derailment of an Amtrak train on May 12, 2015, that killed eight passengers and seriously injured 140 more, with many others feared missing.
On Friday, May 8, 2015, around 10 a.m., a single-engine Piper PA-32 crashed on interstate 285 at Peachtree Industrial Boulevard just north of Atlanta after taking off from DeKalb Peachtree Airport.
Shortly after midnight on April 7, 2015, a Cessna 414A carrying seven men returning from the NCAA Final Four championship game in Indianapolis crashed into a field approximately two miles east of the Central Illinois Regional Airport in Bloomington.
Of the 75 attorneys recognized by the National Law Journal in its Outstanding Women Lawyers list, we’re proud to announce that two are member attorneys at Motley Rice.
Motley Rice LLC has filed a new product liability action in MDL 2559 against Takata and Honda for Law Suk Leh, a Malaysian woman, and her unborn baby, Elsa Mia Law Caido, who were killed by the violent explosion of, and metal shrapnel expelled from, a Takata airbag in a car that had not been recalled.