KMGH-TV Denver reports on its website, “Anadarko Petroleum, the company responsible for two oil and gas sites whose explosions have killed three people and severely injured four others in Colorado over the past five weeks, now faces accusations that it made ‘materially false and misleading statements’ about the Firestone home explosion that defrauded investors … Continue reading Amarillo Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Lawsuit claims Anadarko Petroleum Corporation made false, misleading statements to investors.
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The Second Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that General Motors cannot avoid lawsuits from pre-bankruptcy ignition-switch defect victims. The court overturned a bankruptcy judge’s ruling this week that had protected GM from those lawsuits because of the company’s 2009 bankruptcy restructuring. The ruling gives new life to hundreds of lawsuits from potential victims of … Continue reading GM Ignition Cases: Court of Appeals Rules that Ignition-switch lawsuits against GM can proceed
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Photo provided by Amarillo Globe News Quackenbush Law Firm is currently accepting personal injury and property damage cases against Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad’s Panhandle, Texas train wreck. Two trains collided and caused a series of massive explosions and fires which burned for days. Initial investigations have confirmed that many residents of Panhandle, Texas were … Continue reading Class Action Lawsuits: BNSF Panhandle, Texas Train Wreck Diesel Explosions & Increased Cancer Risks For Exposed Residents
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The AP (12/28, Elias) reports from San Francisco that Crystal Patterson “didn’t have the cash or assets to post $150,000 bail and get out of jail after her arrest for assault in October,” so Patterson, 39, “promised to pay a bail bonds company $15,000 plus interest to put up the $150,000 bail for her, allowing … Continue reading National Legal News: Lawsuits seek to abolish nation’s bail bond system.
The Huffington Post (12/16, Golgowski) reports, “Wen Hair Care is entangled in a class-action lawsuit from hundreds of customers claiming the alternative shampoo products caused their hair to fall out – in some cases, leaving bald patches and rashes.” Across 40 states, “more than 200…have accused the celebrity-endorsed line, invented by Los Angeles-based hairstylist Chaz … Continue reading Product Liability: Wen Hair Care sued over claims product makes hair fall out