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Mark Bello

Spring Break Safety: Travel Tips for Teens and Young Adults

While spring break is a great time for students to relax and enjoy time away from the books, it has also become notorious for traveling to party spots and “letting loose.” However, it’s important to not throw all caution to […]

Eric T. Chaffin

Are You Being Charged Too Much for Copies of Medical Records?

If you’re considering filing a personal injury lawsuit—or even if you just want to see your medical records—you have a right to request them and receive them without having to pay exorbitant fees to the doctor, hospital, or any other […]

T. Thomas Metier

In a Fraudulent Advertising Case Against a Retailer, When Can the Retailer Compel Arbitration?

In Cavlovic v. J.C. Penney, No. 17-3174, (10th Cir. March 8, 2018), Ann Cavlovic (“Cavlovic”) filed suit against the J.C. Penney Corporation, Inc., (“J.C. Penney”) alleging J.C. Penney used fraudulent advertising practices. On December 16, 2016, Cavlovic filed a class […]

John Bair

Women’s History Month Series: Rachel Mathews

March is Women’s History Month. All month long, we will be interviewing each of the talented, intelligent, and hardworking women of Milestone Consulting. Today, we’re featuring our Marketing Director, Rachel Mathews. Here’s what she had to say. What is your position […]

Thomas Curcio

Best Apps to Prevent Distracted Driving in Teens

Teenagers can make mistakes, but mistakes while driving can hurt themselves and others. Here are some apps to prevent teen distracted driving. We explain the pros and cons of each. TrueMotion/Mojo True Motion and Mojo are apps created to help […]

T. Thomas Metier

In a Breach of Contract Action Between a Contractor and Property Owner, What is Covered by the Contractor’s General Liability Policy?

In Grinnell Mutual Reinsurance Co., v. Fisher, No. A-16-1047, the Nebraska Court of Appeals examines the question via interpretation of the language of the policy and how it pertains. Robert Fisher (“Fisher”) is a contractor. Roberta Smith (“Smith”) hired Fisher […]

James Humann

IVC FILTER UPDATE: Second Bard IVC Bellwether Case Moves Forward as MDL Judge Narrows the Issues for Trial

Currently, there are thousands of personal injury cases pending against Bard in the MDL and the first bellwether trial, Sherr-Una Booker v. C.R. Bard, Inc., et al., will soon be in the hands of an Arizona jury. Recently, District Judge David G. Campbell issued a ruling on Bard’s summary judgment motion that will define the issues for the second bellwether trial which is currently scheduled to begin on May 15, 2018.

John Bair

Women’s History Month Series: Veronica Capp

March is Women’s History Month. All month long, we will be interviewing each of the talented, intelligent, and hardworking women of Milestone Consulting. Today, we’re featuring our Settlement Planning Consultant, Veronica Capp. Here’s what she had to say. What is your […]

Mark Bello

What Caused the FIU Pedestrian Bridge To Collapse?

Last August, an 18-year-old Florida International University (FIU) student died after she was struck by a vehicle while crossing a busy roadway near the school. To avoid another tragedy, the University commissioned a $14.2 million bridge to connect the campus to […]

Thomas Curcio

Self Driving Cars: Implementation

It’s crazy to think in a matter of years everyone will be able to drive. You’ll no longer need babysitters or time off work to run your kids to soccer, Grandma and Grandpa will be able to go to the […]