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If you’ve slipped and fallen inside a store, business or even someone’s home, that person or organization could be held responsibility for your injuries. Premises liability will depend on a variety of factors and will depend on whether the property owner or business took the correct amount of precautions and did enough to ensure your safety.

Roundup Linked to Cancer Causing non-Hodgkin's lymphoma

Roundup is the commercial name for the herbicide glyphosate, produced and distributed worldwide by Monsanto. In 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer identified this herbicide to be a probable human carcinogenic. Despite this finding, as well as additional studies, Monsanto denies this finding, as well as claims that it knew of this danger yet minimized this risk information.

A Case for Calm in the Gregory Gunn Murder

Aaron C. Smith, the Montgomery police officer who shot and killed Gregory Gunn, has been charged with murder. The incident occurred on February 25th at approximately 3:20 a.m. in the Mobile Heights neighborhood. 59-year-old Gunn was said to be walking to his mother’s house after visiting some friends. Aaron Smith, patrolling the community after a recent surge in crime, viewed Gunn’s behavior as suspicious and approached him. As Smith began to pat Gunn down to check for weapons, Gunn fled from the officer. From this point, however, the details become murky.

 The Department of Justice issued a press release on October 6, 2016, stating that it is conducting an investigation into conditions in Alabama’s prisons for men. This investigation comes after years of severe overcrowding, chronic under-staffing, strikes and riots. The recent murder of a Holman correctional officer shone a spotlight on the intolerable conditions faced by both the inmates and the staff.

Equifax sustained a breach of their system exposing 143 million individuals personal information.  It has been reported that the information obtained by the hackers included Social Security numbers, birthdates, and addresses.  If you believe your identity has been hacked call us today and talk with one of our lawyer.

The breach appears to have occurred months ago, but Equifax only learned about it July 29 and still waited more than a month to publicly disclose the incident. In the meantime, the company was creating a website, www.equifaxsecurity2017.com, which allows consumers to check and see if their personal information could have been impacted by the breach, according to the Washington Post. Regardless of whether a consumer was one of the 143 million people affected or not, they can opt to enroll in a free credit monitoring service through TrustedID Premier.

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