On April 13, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an advisory warning citizens to stop using Tri-Methyl Xtreme, a dietary supplement marketed by Xtreme Products of Las Vegas, Nevada, to promote muscle growth. Reports Emerge in Three States Thus Far The FDA’s press release indicates that the product allegedly causes serious liver injury. The…

The trucking industry is regulated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the United States Department of Transportation (DOT). There are numerous regulations that govern this industry, most of which are contained in Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations. The fact that big rig operators have a different set of rules…

Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional makes a mistake which causes a patient harm.  Medical malpractice occurs when a medical provider fails to measure up to the reasonable level of care as set by their peers. This simplified definition does not fully encompass the complexity of a malpractice lawsuit. As with any legal issue,…

On April 23 of this year, during a student-led musical at Westfield High School, a portion of the stage where the students were performing collapsed beneath them. According to a report from the Indy Star, around 30 teens fell about twenty feet when the stage collapsed. 17 of those students were injured and all but…

While driver negligence is a common cause of car accidents, other things can cause them too. An investigation is currently taking place into an Indianapolis accident that many believe was caused by confusing traffic lights. According to a report from WISHTV8, one woman was killed in a recent crash at an intersection on the city’s…

On March 19, 2015, a man filed suit against Biomet Orthopedics, Inc. in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana. The plaintiff asserts personal damages occurred after he received a metal-on-metal hip implant manufactured by Biomet. Chromium and Cobalt Particles In the suit, the plaintiff states that he received the Magnum Total…

Attorney Jon Noyes authored an article for the Indiana Law Review Blog. The article dealt with resolving ambiguities of the Indiana wrongful death statute when the order of death is ambiguous. In Indiana, the adult wrongful death statute groups individuals into two categories: Adults who were married, or possessed dependent next of kin, or both….

Recently, Indiana State Police Officers paid particular attention to drivers who were driving in a fashion that suggested distracted driving was to blame. Behaviors such as swerving, going too fast or slow, not using turn signals, stopping abruptly. All of these behaviors suggest the driver is distracted. The reason for this crackdown on distracted driving is because…

Construction sites pose many hazards and unsafe conditions, not only for construction workers, but for pedestrians in the area as well. According to The New York Times, a 37 year-old woman was fatally injured while walking near a construction site in Greenwich Village, New York. While walking on a busy sidewalk, the woman was struck by…

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