An Indiana Court of Appeals decision might be moving toward adding to the body of precedent around Indiana personal injury sports cases. The decision, which allows the case to move forward, hinges on whether an action in a sport is considered within the bounds of normal activity, or whether it rises to the level of…

Subaru recently announced a recall with stronger language than most manufacturers use in similar situations: Owners of the affected vehicles were asked to “please not drive your car until it has been inspected and, if necessary, the recall repair has been performed.” The problem affects about 48,500 cars currently on American roads. Potentially Dangerous Steering…

If there’s a teen driver in your family, this is the time to emphasize that he or she needs to be extra careful. We’re now entering a period of the year that has been called the “one hundred deadliest days,” and vehicle accident and fatality data back that label up. On average, in each of…

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) exists to make sure that drugs are thoroughly tested for safety and effectiveness before they’re made available to the public. Reducing the number of ineffective drugs and drug injuries is the goal of the FDA. Many people, especially drug manufacturers and others within the pharmaceutical industry, have long…

There’s an important new number in workplace safety: 10,388. That’s the number of workers who suffered serious work injuries in the United States during 2015. The number was captured largely due to new record keeping and reporting requirements put in place by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the agency directly responsible for workplace safety….

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