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Year Established: 2003Web Site: http://www.motleyrice.com
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Motley Rice, one of the nation's largest plaintiffs' litigation firms, was founded by Ron Motley, Joe Rice and numerous other attorneys and support staff who performed pioneering work in the areas of asbestos, tobacco and other complex litigation. With more than 70 attorneys, assisted by hundreds of support personnel, Motley Rice is built upon advocacy for the rights of workers, consumers, families and investors and continues its efforts to hold responsible corporations and organizations that willfully and knowingly cause harm. Today, Motley Rice attorneys represent clients in litigation involving asbestos bankruptcy, mesothelioma and other occupational diseases, aviation disasters, catastrophic injury, medical devices and prescription drugs, environmental contamination, securities fraud, consumer protection, antitrust, qui tam, whistleblower, anti-terrorism and human rights. Visit www.motleyrice.com for detailed information about Motley Rice.
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Massive Airbag Recall: Takata Declares More Than 33M Vehicles Defective
May 29, 2015
During a press conference on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) Administrator Mark Rosekind and U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced that Japan-based Takata Corp. has declared an estimated 33.8 million vehicles defective due to...
Philadelphia Amtrak Train
James R. Brauchle,Mary F. Schiavo, May 25, 2015
Motley Rice transportation attorneys are reviewing the circumstances surrounding the fatal derailment of an Amtrak train on May 12, 2015, that killed eight passengers and seriously injured 140 more.