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  • Published: December 21, 2012

Cissy and Stephen McComb managed their Italian eatery in Park City, Utah, for over 25 years and had no trouble with security rules of MasterCard and Visa–until they were accused of mishandling information and opening the door to $1.26 million in fraud. The McCombs, who started Cisero’s in 1985, are currently in a legal fight with the bank that processed…Read More

  • Published: December 21, 2012

A business dispute between Sunbeam and DirecTV left approximately 200,000 Boston viewers without access to CW and NBC programming. In the Boston TV market, this dispute negatively impacted about 200,000 Direct TV customers. Just days before the big game, the satellite provider, DirectTV, reached a retransmission fee agreement with Sunbeam Television. If they had not reached an agreement, Patriot fans…Read More

  • Published: December 21, 2012

When logging equipment becomes dislodged from the truck on which it is being carried, things can get dangerous. A recent accident involved forklift equipment that landed directly in the path of another vehicle when it fell off the logging truck. As this happened, forty-two-year-old Kyle Brown careened into the forklift and sustained fatal injuries. Apparently, one of the tires on…Read More

  • Published: December 14, 2012

The fact that youngsters are more vulnerable to injury should come as no surprise; personal injury lawsuits involving children are not rare. In some ways, the legal process for a child injury case is similar to an adult injury case. However, there are a number of differences. In this article, I’ll discuss how a personal injury claim involving a child…Read More

  • Published: December 7, 2012

Construction zones are more dangerous than you may believe, especially when a big rig is around. When a truck somehow fails to stop and plows into the cars ahead of it, the result is a path of destruction and oftentimes major injury and/or loss of life. Consider Wanda and John Lindsay’s experience. The couple was in a construction zone in…Read More

  • Published: December 5, 2012

As the nuances of day-to-day business operation become more complex, Abronson Law is here to help you avoid unnecessary business litigation. Everyday, business professionals send and receive dozens, if not hundreds, of e-mails. Approximately 247 billion e-mail messages are sent every day, according to ABC News. For many professionals, the volume of work e-mails sent and received can be overwhelming.…Read More

  • Published: December 5, 2012

The driver in this case ran a red light and hit a woman sitting at a bus stop, killing her. A red light means you stop or prepare to stop in enough time to actually obey the light. The defendant in this instance was not only speeding, but missed stopping for the a red light and then rammed into another…Read More

  • Published: December 5, 2012

Commentary Regarding The Dangers Of Texting and Driving What is the likelihood of getting in an accident if you text and drive? According to the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, if a driver texts as he or she is driving, it’s 23 times likelier that there will be an accident. Even a basic message with acronyms can be sufficiently distracting. Since…Read More

  • Published: December 1, 2012

A recent accident that took place on a rainy evening involved a female and two males driving in a 1995 Buick. The male driver passed two vehicles, then careened off the road and crashed into a tree after sliding down an embankment. The man driving the vehicle didn’t sustain any serious injuries, but the other man in the car was…Read More

  • Published: December 1, 2012

Rainy, icy or snowy conditions make it much more dangerous to drive. There have been a few chain reaction collisions in California due in part to snow, ice, and windy conditions. But inclement weather can’t be an excuse for drivers who do not drive responsibly; collisions result when people do not adapt to road and weather conditions. In the state…Read More

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