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PKSD Newsletter: Reuters Report Claims Johnson & Johnson Covered Up Cancer Risk of Baby Powder

In the February 2019 edition of the PKSD Newsletter, You Should Know, we discuss a recent investigation by Reuters about Johnson & Johnson and whether the company knew about the risk of cancer from its baby powder product. Reuters argues the manufacturer… Read More

How to Avoid a Slip and Fall Injury in Winter

Slip and fall injuries can happen at any time of the year, but there is a particularly high risk during the winter months because of the presence of snow and ice. There are many precautions you can take to reduce your risk of a slip and fall accident… Read More

How a Pre-Existing Condition May Affect Your Personal Injury Claim

Personal injury victims are often afraid that they will be unable to obtain compensation if they have a pre-existing injury. However, you may still be able to recover compensation if you can prove your pre-existing injury is unrelated to your new injury… Read More

Can You File a Third-Party Lawsuit After a Workplace Injury?

Many workers think the only way to obtain compensation for an on-the-job injury is by filing a workers' compensation claim. However, this month's PKSD newsletter covers third-party lawsuits for workplace injuries, which allow you to obtain compensation… Read More

How You Can Help Your Personal Injury Claim

If you were hurt in a car accident, slip and fall, or other accident that you think was caused by someone else’s negligence, you may have the right to file a personal injury claim to try to recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain… Read More

Forced Arbitration Protects Workplace Harassers, Not Victims

The latest edition of the PKSD newsletter, You Should Know, covers forced arbitration clauses in employment agreements. These agreements favor employers by forcing harassment disputes into closed-door meetings that tend to favor the company and hide wrongdoing… Read More

Retired Judge Says Medical Examiners Often Favor Employers in Workers' Compensation Cases

Employers and workers' compensation insurers hire independent medical examiners (IMEs) to review workers' compensation claims and help determine if a worker should receive benefits. Unfortunately, IMEs tend to favor the employer and not the worker, according… Read More

2017 Saw Several Attacks on Your Civil Justice Protections

The December issue of the PKSD newsletter, You Should Know, usually focuses on some of the greatest victories for civil justice in the past year. However, for the December 2017 edition, we focused on the unprecedented number of attacks on your civil justice… Read More

Can I Be Compensated for Pain and Suffering in My Personal Injury Case?

If you have sustained an injury in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be able to recover compensation for various damages, including physical and emotional pain and suffering. However, determining the value of your pain and suffering… Read More

Punitive Damages in Wisconsin Personal Injury Cases

Most forms of compensation in a personal injury lawsuit are intended to compensate you for damages you suffered because of your injuries, such as medical expenses and lost income. However, you may also be entitled to punitive damages. These damages are… Read More

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