One person was tragically killed and seven others were injured when an amusement park ride broke apart on July 26, 2017, opening day at the Ohio State Fair.
The Scientific Analytical Institute (SAI) in Greensboro, N.C., found potentially fatal asbestos fibers in “Just Shine Shimmer Powder” makeup sold at the nationally popular teen clothing store Justice.
Motley Rice co-founding member Ron Motley (1944-2013) has been inducted into the American Association of Justice’s Hall of Fame, reserved for attorneys who significantly impacted the civil justice system over the course of their careers.
The American Association for Justice recognized South Carolina state senator and Motley Rice attorney Marlon Kimpson, awarding him its 2017 Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr. Soaring Eagle Award.
The U.S. government has admitted that the “acts and omissions of its employees” caused the mid-air collision that resulted in the tragic deaths of a father and son minutes after they departed the Berkeley County Airport July 7, 2015.
Sixteen service members on board a KC-130 aircraft tragically lost their lives July 10, 2017 when their U.S. Marine Corps transport plane crashed into a field in Mississippi. The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
The U.S. Trustee for the District of Delaware announced today that a Creditors’ Committee comprised of five personal injury claimants and two economic loss claimants has been formed in addition to a Trade and Service Creditors’ Committee to represent groups affected by the Takata bankruptcy.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a somber report, based on death certificate data from 1999-2015, on the survival rates for people diagnosed with malignant mesothelioma. Read the highlights.
Six people were tragically killed July 2 when a small Cessna C421 plane experienced an in-flight break up over Phillips, Wis., according to news reports.