Jon Lewis

Need an attorney? Do you want a Mill or a Boutique?

So, you are in a car wreck, or you’ve suffered from medical malpractice, or a family member or acquaintance has been killed due to another’s negligence, or you’ve been defrauded or wrongfully treated by an insurance company.  What do you […]

Randy Appleton

Drivers Killed in Crashes Increasingly Found With Opioids in Their Systems

Prescription painkiller abuse and the related resurgence in heroin addiction have reached the point that the recently appointed Presidential Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis on July 31, 2017, felt compelled to call for an immediate declaration […]

Mark Bello

Injuries and Deaths Raise Questions About On-Set Safety

Back in the early days of Hollywood, a lack of regulation led to many on-set accidents and deaths. The alarming frequency of incidents led to safety protocols, but despite these regulations, making movies is still risky for actors and crew […]

Mark Bello

Two Families File Wrongful Death Lawsuits Against Massachusetts Nursing Home

Two families have filed wrongful death lawsuits against a Massachusetts nursing home claiming the facility is to blame for the residents’ deaths in 2015 from injuries suffered after falls. Both residents died of blunt force head trauma. One victim was […]

Ryan M. Springer

The Opioid Epidemic in Utah

Deaths due to drug overdoses are an epidemic in Utah. But not all deaths are caused by illegal drugs. Many are also caused by prescription errors and improper pain management practices.

T. Thomas Metier

Was the Misuse of a Jack to Blame in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against BMW?

The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with BMW and the district court that a reasonable jury would have to conclude that Lindholm misused the jack.

Joe Crumley

Why I Predicted O.J. Simpson Would be Freed

Flash Update: As expected, parole was granted and OJ will be free as soon as October 1. We’re talking about OJ Simpson again. For most of his life, Orenthal James Simpson has been the topic of one national conversation or […]

Wayne Parsons

Is H. R. 1215 the biggest fraud on the public ever?

To achieve the rank of “biggest fraud” would take some doing from some (not all) politicians who use lies or half-truths knowing that the public won’t check the facts and hoping that the media won’t educate the public about the truth. […]

Tatum O’Brien

H.R. 1215- an Anti-Justice Bill Limiting Recovery for those Injured in Healthcare Cases.

Congress has recently taken several bills under consideration related to tort reform. If these bills are passed, they could limit, eliminate, or significantly change individual’s access to the justice. On June 28, 2017, the House is to vote on “Protecting […]

T. Thomas Metier

Colorado Court of Appeals Bunts on the Question of Fetal Personhood Under the Survival Statute

The Court of Appeals said that dealing with the question of personhood under the Survival Statute was not necessary at this time, so it did not make a determination.