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James Humann

IVC FILTER UPDATE: COURT ISSUES SCHEDULING ORDER IN BLOOD CLOT FILTER LITIGATION

On January 9, 2018, U.S. District Judge Richard L. Young issued a Scheduling Order in Cook Medical, Inc., IVC Filters Marketing, Sales Practices and Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2570. This is the second bellwether case scheduled for trial against Cook Medical for injuries caused by its inferior vena cava filter products.

Tatum O’Brien

Understanding Modified Comparative Fault in North Dakota and Minnesota – what happens if the plaintiff has some fault for an accident or injury?

  What if you are involved in a motor vehicle accident where both you and the other driver are partially at fault for the accident? What happens if the other driver sues you (or your insurance company) for his or […]

James Humann

MASS TORT UPDATE: Court Issues Pretrial Order in Bard Blood Clot Filter Litigation

According to the Order issued in Multidistrict Litigation 2641 (MDL 2641) the first BARD IVC Filter bellwether case – Sherr-Una Booker v. C. R. Bard Incorporated and Bard Peripheral Vascular Incorporated (2:16-cv-00474) – is set to begin trial on March 14, 2018.

Bryan Pope

10 Most Dangerous Jobs in America

While most view the New Year as a time to make resolutions for the upcoming year, the Burea of Labor Statistics (BLS) take this time to release data on fatal occupational injuries. Basically a listing of America’s most dangerous jobs, […]

Steven J. Klearman

Data Shows Fatal Work Injuries Are on the Rise

A report published recently by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that in 2016, fatal work injuries in the nation reached their highest level since 2008, with dramatic increases in workplace violence and overdose fatalities. There were 5,190 fatal […]

Mike Bryant

Increase in Pedestrian Deaths: Yield for People in Crosswalks!

The Minneapolis Tribune reported  that pedestrian deaths are on the rise: “It is distressing to see such an increase in pedestrian deaths,” Donna Berger, director of the DPS Office of Traffic Safety, said in a statement. “These are our neighbors, our co-workers, our […]

Rick Shapiro

CSX and Norfolk Southern Control Train Safety Technology in North Carolina

Positive train control or PTC has been in the news in recent days after a deadly train derailment and crash in Washington state. In that Amtrak train, PTC was implemented but it was not running yet. In North Carolina, PTC […]

Mike Bryant

2018 New Years Resolutions: Stop Texting And Driving!

We see the tragedy that results from deaths when inattentive drivers are on the road. Make sure you aren’t one of them. Here’s to a safer and happy 2018. From Our New Radio Ad: Each year Bradshaw and Bryant gives hundreds […]

Mike Bryant

No DUI’s this WEEK in St Cloud

Let’s have no dui’s in St Cloud this week. Call Yellow Cab and get a free safe ride home. CALL   251- 5050 From The Radio Ad: We want to keep your New Year’s celebration…safe and fun. Over the years…Bradshaw and Bryant […]

Mike Bryant

2018 New Years Resolutions: Stop Drinking And Driving!

As highway death statistics in Minnesota rise there is a greater concern for alcohol related crashes. The safest way to prevent this is to simply not drink and drive. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration  has provided a number of safety tips […]