Personal Injury News

An accident in northern Minnesota on Highway 53 sent two people to the hospital on Wednesday evening. Tracey Rae Turner and Alexis Geanette Turner, of International Falls, MN, were traveling northbound just south of Ash River Trail Road when they...

A propane leak is the suspected source of a fatal home explosion in Rico, CO. One woman, 42-year-old Lisa Salliby, was killed in the explosion, which occurred at 4:30 p.m. on January 23. Two other people who live at the...

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall is further proof that better standards are needed for the manufacture of lithium-ion batteries, the Consumer Products Safety Commission Chairman Elliot F. Kaye said in a statement released today. In October 2016, Samsung Electronics...

Barron County, Wisconsin, was the scene of a tragic, fatal truck crash that sent a milk tanker into the ditch, severely injuring Jerald Olmsted, from Clintonville, Wisconsin, and killing his 9-year-old son. The Barron County Sheriff's Office reported that Mr....

Heavy snow on propane tanks can pose a risk of fire and explosion, safety officials warn as residents in several states brace for winter storms. The warning comes too late for the owners of a vacation rental in Bend. Oregon,...

A new scientific study by Japanese researchers lends force to the increasing realization by state health departments that building owners must be proactive and vigilant in testing water features like hot tubs, baths, and showers for Legionella pneumonia bacteria. The study,...

Live Oak, Florida, was the location this week of a fatal semi-truck collision that sent a pickup truck down a steep embankment, killing driver Robert Stephen Hoye of Tampa, Florida. Highway Patrol and Suwannee County officials reported that the 56-year-old...

An Idaho man suffered severe burns and lost seven teeth when an E-cigarette exploded in his face. Andrew Hall shared the story and images of his injuries on his Facebook page as a cautionary tale about the real dangers of vaping....

In 2016, annual fire deaths in Minnesota fell to their second-lowest level since the Department of Public Safety State Fire Marshal Division​ (SFMD) began compiling those statistics in 1970, according to a preliminary report.  Thirty-six fire deaths were reported in...