How major, multimillion dollar personal injury settlements are causing insurance premiums for Americans to skyrocket, and what the future holds for consumers and insurance companies as tort reform looks to expand those settlements further.
A recently filed $5.7 million lawsuit by a Houston litigation funder against a Sulphur Springs, Texas personal injury attorney for a 2015 loan that has not been repaid.
Insurance companies are blaming their financial losses on a toxic tort law culture, while states are moving to pass legislation that both expands and scales back tort law.
Summary of a recent judgment in favor of Uber after an unnamed woman sued the company claiming she was raped by an imposter Uber driver with a visible logo decal in the windshield.
Details on a multimillion-dollar New York insurance fraud scheme busted by federal authorities. A NYPD officer and 26 others were arrested for allegedly targeting car accident victims in low-income neighborhoods throughout New York City.
California Governor, Gavin Newsom signs Senate Bill 41 (S.B. 41) prohibiting tort damages based on race, gender and ethnicity.
Details concerning a California personal injury settlement of $28.5 million that highlights special needs student education policy in public schools.
Summary of the recent settlement equaling $360 million with Southern California Edison and multiple Los Angeles-area county governments.
A personal injury law firm has filed a lawsuit on behalf of survivors of a July mass shooting at a Gilroy Garlic Festival in Northern California, citing insufficient protection by festival organizers.