Blitz Can Manufacturer Closing Doors Ensures Safer Products

On January 23, 2013, in Product Liability, by K. Lindsay Rakers

The Institue for Legal Reform, in an effort to combat what they consider to be excessively “frivolous” claims, has started speaking out against the consequences of potentially abusive lawsuits. Will “tort reform” really keep us safer? These suits, however, provide much needed monetary compensation to injured persons, and continue to bring awareness to products that may be potentially harmful to the general public. Blitz, an Oklahoma gasoline can manufacturer, is one such company showcased by the lobby group in an … Continue Reading >

Tort Reform Hurts America

On January 23, 2013, in Tort Reform, by K. Lindsay Rakers

Tort reform, a movement which begun in the 1980’s, is becoming an increasingly prominent scam to strip injured Americans of their rights and recovery under the law. Tort reform, started by large corporations, act only to protect industries under the guise of the “reduction of overall health care costs”. Tort Reform has been hurting Americans across the country, most recently, a widow charged with the care of her mentally handicapped son.

Deborah Watts, mother of Naython Watts [inset – left], … Continue Reading >

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