In today’s busy world, we are often in a rush to get from Point A to Point B. Unfortunately, this reality can be dangerous for our kids. In Connecticut alone, thousands of children take the bus to school every day. When drivers are in a hurry to get to their destinations, it puts students waiting for the bus and crossing the road at risk.
In June 2019, a New Jersey nursing home case in which 11 children died due to a disease outbreak the previous year reached a resolution. In the fall of 2018, adenovirus infected 36 residents and one staff member. This disease displays flu-like symptoms but is significantly harder to treat.
On August 26th, the judge hearing the opioid case brought by Oklahoma against Johnson & Johnson awarded the state $572 million. It is the first ruling to hold a pharmaceutical company responsible for the opioid crisis.
Time flies when you’re having fun! As another summer winds down, kids across our state are getting ready to go back to school. For a few months, our morning commutes see less cars and buses because school is out. Come the end of August, classes will be back in session and school buses around every corner.
When a defective product injures an individual or group of people, it’s often assumed the manufacturer is the responsible party. After all, key factors were overlooked in the development and testing of the product, which ended up compromising consumer health and safety.