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  • Japanese Automakers Recall 3.4 Million Vehicles for Defective Airbags After more than a decade of denying their vehicles had faulty airbags, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, and Mazda now recall millions of vehicles, admitting that faulty inflators can cause airbags in the vehicles to explode.
    Posted on 04-11-2013 - Read More
  • Texas Tort Reform Fails to Achieve Goal: Numbers don't lie. So-called "tort reform" fails to work in Texas. Instead of lowering rates for doctors, insurance companies keep the profits and malpractice rates for doctors continue to rise to unprecedented heights.
    Posted on 04-10-2013 - Read More
  • Toys R Us Recalls Imaginarium Activity Walker Due to Choking Hazard. There are reports that the Imaginarium Activity Walker was defectively constructed so that small parts detach and children can choke on these.
    Posted on 03-13-2013 - Read More
  • 1.7 Million pieces of cookware recalled. The Consumer Product Safety Commission warns that the defective cookware "can collapse, crimp or severely deform when exposed to heat, posing a burn and fire hazard." At least one person has been burned by hot oil and more than 1,000 complaints have been received.
    Posted on 01-22-2013 - Read More
  • Toyota is at it again, recalls 2.8 million vehicles because of a defective design. If you, or someone you know, has been injured because of a defective Toyota vehicle, contact us: we may be able to help.
    Posted on 11-20-2012 - Read More
  • General Motors' admits its vehicle design increases the risk of neck injury during a crash. If you've had a neck or head injury contact us. We may be able to help.
    Posted on 11-20-2012 - Read More
  • Electronic Messages: Sending electronic messages can potentially violate anti-spamming laws, copyright laws, or company policies. Electronic messages are increasingly becoming more and more a part of litigation. Consequently, employees should be careful about what they send from work computers. This applies even if the message's recipient is another co-employee.
    Posted on 10-26-2012 - Read More
  • Labor & Employment Law: After already paying $640 million to settle previous wage lawsuits, Wal-Mart finds itself back in court, this time accused of not paying employees for breaks and overtime.
    Posted on 10-23-2012 - Read More
  • John Cady was recognized as one of 10 Best in a Client Satisfaction Award given by the American Institute of Personal Injuries Attorneys. The award recognizes excellence in client satisfaction and enables clients to make wise choices when hiring an attorney.
    Posted on May, 2016-00- - Read More

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