Thousands of patients die each year because they contracted an infection while they were in the hospital.
New Wall Street Journal editorial emphasizes the importance of trial lawyers in ensuring safety and fairness for those who are injured.
The Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure Act (“CARD Act”) went into effect on February 22, 2010. The CARD Act was intended to rein in perceived abuses by credit card issuers.
India's heavy usage of asbestos in recent years is expected to result in an epidemic of asbestos-related diseases in future years, according to health experts.
The filing of federal security fraud class action lawsuits was down sharply in 2009 compared to both 2008 and historical averages.
A class action lawsuit was recently filed against Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bank, alleging predatory overdraft fee practices.
Americans pay $23.7 billion per year in overdraft fees, most of which are related to small debit card overdrafts that financial institutions could easily deny without imposing any fees.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently proposed a rule intended to protect distressed homeowners from foreclosure rescue and mortgage modification scams.