Blog Posts in March, 2017

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  • Are Hands-Free Mobile Devices Safer While Driving?

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 30-Mar-2017

    According to a public opinion poll by the National Safety Council indicates that 80% of drivers throughout the nation believe that hands-free devices are considered safer than using a handheld phone. However, the evidence begs to differ. It is imperative to understand that hands-free driving does not equal to risk-free driving. The problem is that drivers who use hands-free devices are still ...
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  • Can I File a Personal Injury Lawsuit If I Suffered Serious Whiplash?

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 24-Mar-2017

    A common occurrence in car accidents, “whiplash” is an injury due to a sudden back-and-forth flexion of the neck. While soft tissue injuries appear to be minor since they lack any visible damage to the body, they can be quite painful and disruptive. If you suffer a serious whiplash injury caused by a negligent driver, you may be eligible to recover financial compensation through a ...
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  • Xarelto Cases Near 14,000

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 13-Mar-2017

    The litigation regarding the drug Xarelto has been ongoing for several years, with more and more consumers submitting claims for internal bleeding injuries—13,727 claims at present. When the Xarelto MDL was first established in December 2014, there were only twenty-one lawsuits. Two years ago, all federal Xarelto claims were consolidated into the Eastern District of Louisiana. Did Johnson ...
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  • TCF National Bank Tricked Customers

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 6-Mar-2017

    TCF National Bank Tricked Customers TCF Bank, based in the state of Minnesota, has been accused by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau of deceiving customers across the U.S., fooling them into opting-in to exorbitant overdraft fees. In fact, TCF National Bank used such aggressive tactics to ensure their customers accepted these fees, that a boat named the “Overdraft,” belonging to ...
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