Collecting compensation for damages relating to a dangerous or faulty product can be a little complex. However, after it has been determined that a product causes harm to people, the manufacturer should be held accountable. In some cases, however, it may not be possible to file a product liability claim if the manufacturing company has gone bankrupt.
A jury has made a final decision in the division of more than $443,000 in settlement benefits from a 1990s asbestos lawsuit. The division of funds was complicated by several family splits, which prompted official review of beneficiaries in this wrongful death case.
For decades, the Chelsea Hotel in New York City has been a popular landmark attraction. It is known for housing epic writers and thinkers from Mark Twain to Bob Dylan to Madonna throughout history. Previously, the site was shared by both permanent and temporary residents but now only houses long-term residents who have been protected by rent regulations.