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GM Ignition Switch Death Toll Reaches Triple Digits

Compensation is on the way for the loved ones of at least 100 people who died in crashes linked to defective ignition switches from General Motors (GM). Just last week the death toll stood at 97, and this announcement marks the first acknowledgement… Read More

Self-Driving Truck Hits the Road

We've heard of self-driving cars, but what about self-driving trucks? Meet America's first licensed self-driving commercial truck. It is being billed as the first licensed autonomous commercial truck to operate on an open public highway in the United… Read More

May is Motorcycle Awareness Month

Share the Road: Look Twice for Motorcycles the campaign is being launched by The Texas Department of Transportation this month as National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month kicks into high gear. The effort encourages drivers to learn how to safety interact… Read More

Consequences of Speeding Trucks

Speeding. This may be the most common cause of truck accidents. It appears that many truckers and drivers view speed limits as options instead of as legal guidelines that must be followed. Speeding in a regularly-sized car is dangerous, but speeding… Read More

Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Agrees to Pay More than $2.3 Billion to Settle Actos Lawsuits

After 9,000 lawsuits having been filed against them, Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. has agreed to pay $2.37 billion to resolve claims that the popular diabetes drug Actos causes bladder cancer. Actos was introduced into the market in 1999 to treat diabetes,and… Read More

Supporting a Worthy Cause: Cowboyin' for the Kids

The law offices of Stephens, Anderson & Cummings, are proud to help sponsor Cowboyin' for the Kids. It is a trail ride in honor of McCrae Trammell and in memory of Caleb Larson, both diagnosed with Neuroblastoma a form of childhood cancer.   Caleb Larson,… Read More

Blue Bell, Jeni's Ice Cream Listeria Recalls

Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams is recalling all its ice cream, frozen yogurt and sorbet after a sample tested positive for the deadly bacteria Listeria monocytogenes (listeria). So far no illnesses have been reported, but the company is recalling all of… Read More

Compensation Fund Set Aside for Rare Vaccine Reactions

Do you suspect you or a loved one was injured by a vaccine? You may be eligible for compensation that's set aside specifically for those who suffer rare vaccine injuries. Awards from this program will pay for past and future medical rehabilitation expenses.… Read More

Komen Race for the Cure & Upcoming Community Events

We are excited to announce that our firm will participate in three fundraising events this weekend. Employees from our firm are scheduled to run in the Komen Race for the Cure, an event that is used to raise money for breast cancer screening and treatment,… Read More

Trucking Groups Push Speed Limit Regulations

The American Trucking Association (ATA) is renewing its call for reduced truck speeds. The association is asking the Department of Transportation to establish a rule requiring speed limiters, also known as Electronic Control Modules (ECM) on all large… Read More