What Is Transvaginal Mesh And Why Does It Keep Injuring People

Have you been injured by a transvaginal mesh product? You're far from alone. Tens of thousands of women have experienced injuries from these products over the past decade. Many of these injuries are permanent and affect the quality of life of both the woman and her spouse. There is a reason you see all of those television commercials encouraging you to hire a personal injury attorney for transvaginal mesh injuries. Surgical mesh was approved for vaginal use by the FDA in 2002, without any long-term studies on its safety being done. Read More 

Curbing Road Rage Against Cyclists

ThePedestrian and Bicycle Information Center reports that more than 700 people die each year in a bicycling accident. Unfortunately many of those deaths and injuries caused to cyclists are the result of encounters with angry motorists. People driving cars may get angry at cyclists because they perceive them as being in the way and purposely causing backups in traffic. Whether or not their reasons are valid, angry motorists are dangerous to cyclists. Read More 

“He Just Wasn’t Into ‘Frozen’” And Other Weird Reasons For Divorce

Many couples get divorced for justifiable reasons such as adultery or domestic abuse issues. However, a small percentage of people get divorced for reasons that defy belief, logic, or both. Here are a few cases where spouses decided they couldn't stay together for reasons that are stranger than fiction. Elsa the Home Wrecker When Disney's Frozen was released in November 2013, it was well received, going on to earn $1.3 billion worldwide in box office receipts alone. Read More 

What To Expect At Your Free Consultation With An Auto Accident Lawyer

You're nervous about scheduling an appointment with an auto accident lawyer, even though the first appointment is free. The idea of talking to a lawyer feels intimidating, especially since you're not entirely sure you deserve a better settlement offer. Don't hesitate to have this free consultation. Accident attorneys want to help you obtain the right amount of financial compensation if you've been injured through the reckless or negligent actions of another driver. Read More 

Facing A DUI Charge? Here’s How To Maximize Your Chance Of Staying Out Of Jail

With DUI conviction rates spanning anywhere from 60 to 95 percent throughout the United States, you can't afford to let the chips fall where they may if you want to stay out of jail. Luckily, there are a variety of things you can do to minimize your chances of facing punishment that involves jail time. Taking the right steps will also help ensure that you don't end up facing another DUI later down the line. Read More