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March 2017 Archives

Establishing liability for defective products: work with an experienced Kentucky attorney, P.2

We’ve been looking in recent posts at the topic of proving liability for defective products. As we’ve noted, product liability law varies from state to state and Kentucky law is relatively favorable to businesses compared to some states.

Establishing liability for defective products: work with an experienced Kentucky attorney

In our last post, we mentioned that there is a presumption under Kentucky law that a product is not defective if it meets industry standards in terms of design, manufacture and testing at the time of design or manufacture. If a plaintiff is able to overcome this presumption and prove that that a business failed to abide by these standards, it may be able to make a case for product liability.

Product liability at issue in distracted driving litigation against Apple

Last time, we began looking at the topic of distracted driving, and particularly at the growing pressure being put on cell phone manufacturers to include software on their products to lock out phone functions that commonly lead to distracted driving, such as texting. As we noted, this pressure is coming both from federal regulators and is being felt in the courts.

Message to cell phone manufacturers: do your part to prevent distracted driving

Distracted driving is a serious problem across the country, including the state of Kentucky. Although distraction can occur in a number of ways, mobile devices are particularly problematic. Texting while driving involves cognitive, manual, and visual distraction, and has been a focus for states in regulating the use of cell phones by drivers.  

4 types of nursing home abuse your parent could suffer

Nursing home abuse isn't just physical violence. While that's one type that you might recognize when you see it, other kinds are more subtle. For instance, a nurse falling behind and skipping a resident's bath one day might not stand out, but it's still negligence to allow any medical requirement to go unmet. Not only that, but your parent deserves to receive fair, humane treatment. Here are four kinds of nursing home abuse that you should look for.

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