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  • Lawsuits Against Foreign Manufacturers: Difficulties Obtaining Jurisdiction

    Apr 5, 2024

    Published: The Legal Intelligencer Every day, consumers, workers, and sports enthusiasts use products made in other countries and then imported to the United States. Imports of consumer goods to the United States reached an all-time high in 2022. Americans’ reliance on and use of products designed, manufactured, and then imported to the U.S. from overseas creates significant legal issues when a consumer is injured, maimed, or killed using one of these products. One very profound legal...
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  • Forum Selection—Forum Non ‘Convenience’: No Need for ‘Corrective Action’

    Mar 27, 2024

    Published in: The Legal Intelligencer Summary: Despite the underlying motivations, or perhaps because of them, the legal grounds for a request to change venue based upon “forum non conveniens” has evolved into a war of words in which our trial courts are asked to decide whether the plaintiff’s selected forum is “vexatious” or “oppressive,” or merely “inconvenient” to the defendant. ...
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  • Discrimination In Maternal Healthcare Is Real

    Mar 27, 2024

    It was reported this morning that former Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader Krystal Anderson passed away unexpectedly after giving birth to a stillborn infant. Anderson’s cause of death was stated to be sepsis, and little is being reported at this point about the cause of the infection, the specific prenatal care she was receiving, or the cause of her child’s death. Anderson was a health advocate who placed great importance on all persons having access to...
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  • The Vital Role of Bilingual Attorneys in Personal Injury Cases

    Mar 13, 2024

    In today’s multicultural society, the ability to communicate effectively in multiple languages is more than a skill—it’s a necessity, especially in the legal realm. Anapol Weiss proudly highlights its commitment to serving diverse communities through its team of bilingual attorneys. This blog post delves into why bilingual attorneys are critical in personal injury cases. Effective Communication: Understanding and navigating personal injury law can be daunting for anyone, especially those who are not native English speakers. Bilingual attorneys...
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  • Hard-Fought Cases: $12 Million Victory

    Dec 13, 2023

    Uncovering Hidden Dangers in a Catastrophic SUV Rollover A Twelve Million Dollar settlement was reached for a teenager living in Western Pennsylvania, after he suffered catastrophic brain injury in a one vehicle rollover. While riding as a front seat passenger in an older model SUV, the driver lost control and the vehicle rolled over and during the rollover this young man was partially ejected out the passenger door window. While the police attributed this accident to...
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  • Hard-Fought Cases: Millions Awarded in Settlement After Tragic Crash and Fire Exposes Vehicle Safety Failures

    Nov 15, 2023

    A multiple-million dollar settlement was reached for a well-deserving, horribly burned client who was trapped in her car—her feet were stuck under the floorboard because of crash deformation—after a one-vehicle crash. This settlement involved payments by governmental agencies and the client’s vehicle manufacturer. One evening, our young client was driving home from work when the right tires slipped off the road and into a small ditch, causing her to steer hard to the left and slide...
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  • How to Transfer Your Loved One to a New Nursing Home

    Nov 1, 2023

    Introduction: Transferring a loved one to a new nursing home can be a challenging decision, but it’s sometimes necessary to ensure their well-being and quality of care. This step-by-step guide will help you navigate the process effectively, ensuring your loved one’s comfort and safety. 1. Assess the Need for a Transfer: Why do you want to transfer your loved one? Are there issues with their current nursing home’s care, facilities, or staff? Or do they have specific...
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  • Hard-Fought Cases: Justice Through Insight

    Oct 17, 2023

    Multi-Million Dollar Settlement for Blinded Bicyclist in Pennsylvania A multiple-million-dollar settlement was reached for a Western  Pennsylvania bicyclist who collided with a car that pulled out in front of him, causing him to suffer massive brain injury and leaving him blind. Unfortunately,  the driver had minimal insurance, but we were able to prove that this tragedy  happened because signage placed along the roadway by a real estate developer had  blocked the view of the bicyclist and the...
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  • Hard-Fought Cases: Justice in the Sunlight

    Sep 13, 2023

    Securing a Seven-Figure Settlement in a Tragic Crosswalk Incident One sunny morning, an 82-year-old stroke victim was heading home after spending a few hours at a local tavern when tragedy struck. Riding on his motorized scooter, he began crossing a street in the marked crosswalk when he was run down by a police SUV. Over the next 4 months, this gentleman was hospitalized until he died from multiple complications. His adult children, who had a spotty...
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  • Navigating the VICP system

    Aug 21, 2023

    As summer begins to come to an end, we are steadily approaching influenza (flu) season. The flu is characterized as an acute respiratory infection caused mainly by two of the four types of influenza viruses, Influenza A viruses and Influenza B viruses, that circulates globally. To prevent a seasonal flu epidemic, the CDC recommends that individuals 6 months and older should receive a flu vaccine. The flu vaccine creates antibodies that develop about two weeks...
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