Written by T. Ryan Langley on November 17th 2015.
Hodge & Langley Law Firm represents people around the country who are suing Ethicon, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, for making a device that they may have known was capable of upstaging cancer and spreading cancer cells. The medical device, called a power morcellator, is an instrument used in hy… read morePosted in Mass Torts | Medical Malpractice | Product Liability & Recalls
Written by T. Ryan Langley on November 9th 2015.
Volkswagen Group, makers of Volkswagen and Audi cars, admitted in September 2015 that it sold cars that intentionally faked their emissions-testing results. The admission came after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a notice of violation of the Clean Air Act.
The company had i… read morePosted in Product Liability & Recalls
Written by T. Ryan Langley on October 22nd 2015.
In the case Oliver v. City of Duncan et. al., T. Ryan Langley of the Hodge & Langley Law Firm successfully argued that Duncan, S.C., police officer Terry Lane caused the wrongful death of his client’s daughter, Rebecca Lynn Oliver.
Langley used extensive evidence, references to earlier cases made… read morePosted in News Articles | Police & Jail Negligence/Civil Rights
Written by T. Ryan Langley on October 6th 2015.
When a client decides to work with us after a motor vehicle accident with a truck or a bus, we begin by exploring everything involved in the accident. Our team of researchers, paralegals and other experts will look into the commercial driver’s history, the vehicle’s safety, and any violations found … read morePosted in Motor Vehicle Accidents
If you or a dependent is suffering from an injury caused by a faulty product, a car wreck, or an accident at work, it can be difficult to know where to start to recover your time off from work, mounting medical expenses, and compensation for pain and suffering. How do you put a price tag on your hea… read morePosted in Motor Vehicle Accidents | Product Liability & Recalls
Written by T. Ryan Langley on August 3rd 2015.
The latest news in what seems to be ongoing stories of police violence has happened very close to home.
On July 26, Zachary Hammond, a teenager from Seneca, S.C., was shot by a police officer attempting to make a drug arrest. While the initial statement from the Seneca Police Chief said the offic… read morePosted in News Articles | Police & Jail Negligence/Civil Rights
In May of this year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued what looks to be the largest-ever recall of a consumer product. The NHTSA required Takata, the Japanese company found to have made faulty automobile air bags, to recall more than 34 million cars made by 10 differe… read morePosted in Product Liability & Recalls
When you experience a significant injury, all of your energy is initially focused on getting treatment, healing and handling the rest of your life as you adjust to living life with the impact of the injury. But after things calm down, you can be left wondering: How did I get hurt? Whose fault was th… read morePosted in Product Liability & Recalls
We know that the idea of filing a claim or lawsuit can seem overwhelming, especially if you’re recovering from a significant injury. But pursuing a lawsuit when a defective product has caused that injury can certainly be worth the effort (see this post to consider important questions in determining … read morePosted in Product Liability & Recalls
Written on May 29th 2015.
The winter sun on Feb.10, 2011, slipped below the horizon as a Columbia police officer on Cherry Street spotted a pedestrian hand something through a car window
Suspecting a drug transaction, the officer followed the car and then flipped on his blue lights. The driver, Richard L. Corbin, signaled… read morePosted in News Articles | Police & Jail Negligence/Civil Rights