In-Classroom Learning Matters: Here's Where Virtual Learning Falls Short
The COVID-19 pandemic put educators in a tough place, working to recreate the experience of in-person learning environments through a digital setting. Many students found that they struggled to connect with their instructions and classmates through a computer screen, as it was impossible to emulate the experience of in-person interaction. While there are some benefits […]
Posted by Josef Rappaport, DPT, Physical Therapist on November 27, 2023Continue reading
How Long Does it Take to Settle a Mass Tort Lawsuit?
People who have been injured or harmed by a dangerous or defective product rightfully want to be compensated for their injuries. Sometimes when a large number of people are affected by a product, cases are combined into a mass tort lawsuit.
Posted by Alicia Betz on November 19, 2023Continue reading
Mass Tort vs Class Action Lawsuits
In the complex landscape of legal proceedings, two terms frequently arise when discussing multiple claims arising from similar incidents: mass tort and class action lawsuits. While both concepts involve multiple plaintiffs seeking compensation for harms suffered, they represent distinct approaches within the realm of civil litigation. Understanding the nuances between mass tort and class action […]
Posted by Anne K on August 5, 2023Continue reading
Top 5 Recent Mass Tort Settlements and Verdicts
With so much talk about the ambiguity of cases and the endless cycle of appeals that many mass tort cases seem to go through, it’s important to take a step back and look at these times when plaintiffs pursuing justice received their proper compensation.
Posted by James Parker on March 31, 2022Continue reading
Methamphetamine is a prescription drug that is normally meant for treating medical conditions such as narcolepsy, hyperactivity, and weight loss.
Posted by Select Justice on October 10, 2021Continue reading
Is Bankruptcy Right For You?
You may be considering filing for bankruptcy to alleviate the financial pressure and debt you have piling up. We can help you make the best decision whether to file for bankruptcy or not.
Posted by Laura Lifshitz on January 26, 2021Continue reading
6 Signs of Nursing Home Abuse
Making the call to put a loved one in a home is tough, but one many of us have faced or will face during our lifetime. But when you place a loved one in one of these home’s care, you expect the best, but that doesn’t always happen.
Posted by Laura Lifshitz on November 8, 2020Continue reading