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What to Do After a Car Accident in Los Angeles

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For just about everyone, a serious car accident is a one-time experience. No one is really prepared for what comes next. Car accidents are jarring, unsettling, and scary, all the more so if a serious injury occurs. It helps to have some idea of what to do next. Continue reading for tips on what… Read More »

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Jim Morris Quoted in Talcum Powder Article

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Jim Morris Receives Excellent Juror Evaluation in Gibbons v. Union Pacific Railroad Company Case

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One of the biggest learning opportunities in trial practice actually occurs after the trial. Many courts allow jurors to submit an evaluation form of the performance of the attorneys after they have rendered their verdict. Having the opportunity for jurors to submit an evaluation allows both parties to learn if their presentation style was… Read More »

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Jim Morris and BCA Wins Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit Against Union Pacific Railroad in Las Vegas

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A Las Vegas, NV federal court jury today returned a unanimous verdict of five million dollars in favor of an injured railroad worker against his employer, the freight-hauling Union Pacific Railroad (HQ: Salt Lake City, UT). On December 9, 2012, Greg Gibbons, of Afton, Wyoming, was driving a truckload of ballast and pulling a… Read More »

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Antidepressants Linked Autism: Gilbert Daily Science

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After adjusting for maternal confounders, the use of any antidepressant by mothers in the second and/or third trimester of pregnancy was associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) at a hazard ratio of 1.87 (95% CI 1.15-3.04) relative to pregnancies with no maternal antidepressant use, according to Takoua Boukhris, MSc, of the University of Montréal,… Read More »

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Lawsuit Blames Defective Trinity Guardrail Amputated Man’s Leg

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Watch James Morris discuss Trinity Guardrail Lawsuit ABC Team 10 News has uncovered a lawsuit filed in San Diego County Superior Court that claims a man was badly injured when he was impaled by a guardrail in San Marcos. The suit, filed by 26-year old Andy Weidemann, claims the guardrail was defective and the… Read More »

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James Morris Discusses Johnson & Johnson $72 Million Cancer Lawsuit

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A jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $72 million in damages to the family of a woman who claimed she developed cancer after using the company’s baby powder. Jacqueline Fox, of Tarrant, Alabama, was among 65 women who sued the company in June 2014. The women claimed they had developed ovarian cancer… Read More »

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Lawsuit Sparks Questions About Trinity Guardrail Safety

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Watch Los Angeles Attorney James Morris discuss the lawsuit against Trinity Guardrail injuries. Trinity’s “ET Plus” has come under nationwide scrutiny following a design change. ET Plus guardrail end treatments can be found in over 3,600 locations along California freeways. The lawsuit accuses Trinity Industries of Strict Liability, Negligence, Gross Negligence, and Fraudulent Misrepresentation… Read More »

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Client Gratitude for a Successful Pharmaceutical Injury Case

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December 11, 2015 Dear Mr. Morris, Thank you for your recent letter. I am writing on behalf of my wife, Alice. We were very impressed with the way you prosecuted the hormone case against a large pharmaceutical company. Not because we won something but the way you & your staff dealt with your clients…. Read More »

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Walter, John Eddie and Me

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Some trials matter more than others. Some verdicts impact perceived values and influence ongoing negotiations. After all, it is the uncertainty of outcome that makes the civil justice system work. Uncertainty creates leverage for both sides and allows the market to set values rather than some inexplicable arbitrary number set by a legislature. Sometimes… Read More »

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