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Larry Coben

Autonomous Vehicles: Morality Meets Machinery

By Larry E. Coben (lcoben@anapolweiss.com) Motor vehicles in all shapes and sizes are being developed to function autonomously. Autonomous vehicles (AVs) are in the news every day. Vehicle manufacturers, giants in the computer industry, government agencies and consumer-safety advocates alike […]

Gregory Spizer

Syngenta Lawsuit Seeks to Recover Lost Corn Income

American farmers who grew Syngenta corn with the Swiss company’s genetically modified seeds suffered huge economic losses after their crops were rejected by one of the country’s largest importer. Syngenta told American farmers to “plant with confidence” the genetically modified […]

David Carney

Doctor Chronicles Cases of Vaccine-Preventable Illnesses

A newly updated version of the 2010 Frontline documentary The Vaccine War aired on Tuesday March 24, 2015. The PBS special chronicled the work of Dr. Cynthia Cristofani, a pediatric intensivist in Portland Oregon, who has made it her mission […]

Miriam Barish

New Study Warns about Zofran Birth Defects

Zofran® was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1991 to treat nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy and radiation. The drug was also prescribed to treat morning sickness in pregnant women, but it was not approved […]

Christopher Marzzacco

Lawsuit filed against GPS makers for role in Bus Accident

Anapol Schwartz attorneys Jim Ronca and Michael Schafle filed a complaint against GPS manufacturers TomTom and Garmin for their role in 2013 Boston bus crash that injured 10 and left a teenage boy paralyzed. The complaint was filed on January […]

David Carney

Doctors Continue to Support Flu Vaccine

The current flu season has been particularly bad. The flu vaccine is only 23 percent effective and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are declaring a flu epidemic, according to WSBTV. Michael Jhung, a medical officer at the Centers for […]

Shayna Slater

Stryker Hip Lawsuit Eligibility

A global Stryker hip replacement lawsuit settlement was announced in November 2014. Eligible claimants were awarded $300,000 per failed hip implant. However, the settlement does not cover every patient affected by the 2012 Stryker hip replacement recall. Patients not included […]

Thomas Anapol

Why file a DePuy Pinnacle Lawsuit

Anyone who received a metal-on-metal model of the DePuy Pinnacle hip implant and needed to have a revision surgery may be eligible to file a DePuy Pinnacle Lawsuit. Personal injury lawyers are available to assist anyone who wants to file […]

David Carney

Claims for Vaccination Injury Compensation

The Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) was created as part of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury act of 1986 to provide restitution to people who suffer a vaccination injury. Vaccine injuries are very rare, but can happen as a result […]

Shayna Slater

Stryker Hip Revision after the Lawsuit Settlement

A Stryker hip recall affecting the metal-on-metal Rejuvenate and ABG II hip implant models was issued in July 2012. The company initiated the recall in response to the potential risk of fretting and corrosion caused by the metal components grinding […]