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Vioxx – A Lesson About Law And Lawyers

by William Jorden on June 7, 2011

by William T. Jorden, Esquire Last month, August 12, 2005, a small town Texas jury returned a sensational verdict for Plaintiff, Carol Ernst, against pharmaceutical giant Merck and Company. Evidence established that Mrs. Ernst’s husband, Robert, age 59, died of Vioxx induced fatal arrhythmia and heart attack. Ernst, a produce manager at a WalMart Store, […]

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Boating Accidents

by William Jorden on June 3, 2011

On Memorial Day weekend, at the Erie Yacht Club in Erie, Pennsylvania, a boat explosion killed a 25 year old woman who was a guest on the boat and injured nine other people.  What was to have been a happy, fun-filled day on the water turned into a horrible tragedy.  As a lifelong boater myself, […]

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Injured In An Accident – A Fool For An Attorney

by William Jorden on May 31, 2011

by William T. Jorden, Esquire For some time now, my wife Jill and I have been working on drawings for necessary remodeling of our house. I thought I could do this myself until a friend, in passing, asked me if I had an architect. When I replied that I was designing the changes myself, my […]

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In Memory Of A Good Friend And Great Lawyer

by William Jorden on March 1, 2011

by William T. Jorden, Esquire From 1973 until the firm of Jorden and White was founded in Meadville in1981, I had the honor and privilege of being a partner with Daniel L. R. Miller in the Erie Law Firm of McClure, Dart, Miller, Kelleher & White. A more compassionate, sage, intelligent, dedicated and loved attorney […]

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Your Lawyer Needs A Hug Too

by William Jorden on March 1, 2011

by William T. Jorden, Esquire It’s campaign season and time for some big corporations, politicians and special interest groups to advocate a change in your legal system, by attacking your lawyers . An e-mail circulating on the Internet describes cases allegedly vying for the annual “STELLA” award for the most “frivolous” law suit in the […]

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