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Commercial truck driver deaths and injuries rising across the U.S.

March 25, 2015 - Some 317,000 crashes involving large trucks were reported in 2012, killing 700 truck drivers or their passengers and injuring about 26,000 others. The estimated cost of these crashes to the... Read More



New lawsuit targets bleeding risks with Xarelto blood thinnner

March 25, 2015 - Twelve people treated with Xarelto blood thinner have filed a lawsuit in California federal court claiming that they were not sufficiently warned that the drug could cause them to bleed... Read More



Kendall Dunson talks about Beasley Allen Law Firm’s mission

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Mobile County jury returns $18.79 million verdict to man paralyzed by negligent repair

March 23, 2015 - Beasley Allen lawyers secured a $18.79 million verdict in favor of Plaintiff Colin Lacy in a case against Empire Truck Sales, LLC of Mobile, Ala., and IMMI of Westfiled, Ind. The Mobile... Read More



Chris Glover talks about Beasley Allen Law Firm’s mission

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Tom Methvin talks about Beasley Allen Law Firm’s mission

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Melton case settles after exposing GM defective ignition switch cover-up

March 13, 2015 - Lawyers representing Ken and Beth Melton, whose claims against General Motors for the death of their daughter exposed a 10-year cover-up of the ignition switch defect, announced that a... Read More



Johnson & Johnson refuses to warn of cancer risk with its talcum powders

March 12, 2015 - Nearly two-dozen studies dating back to 1971 have linked the use of talcum powder to ovarian cancer, yet manufacturers of talc-containing products, such as Johnson & Johnson, refuse to warn... Read More



UBS whistleblower case reaches Connecticut Supreme Court

March 12, 2015 - Whistleblowers have become a central part of the effort to root out corporate fraud and other wrongdoing since giant scams rocked the financial world and tanked the U.S. economy in 2007-08.... Read More



Anthem admits data breach likely affected Blue Cross Blue Shield customers as well as its own

March 3, 2015 - Anthem Health Insurance Inc. experienced a monumental data breach in early February, originally affecting approximately 80 million Anthem customers; however, an update from Anthem reveals... Read More


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