There are many different kinds of public and mass transportation, which complicates lawsuits for personal injuries involving vehicular accidents. The rules for government-owned buses are different from those for a privately owned boat or helicopter, and still more rules apply to commercial aircraft.
One of the newest ways to access local energy resources has become a growing area of environmental liability. Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is the process of releasing underground gases through drilling. While oil and gas companies have embraced this new process, property owners and the public are concerned about potential injuries from contaminated water and air.
Personal injury sometimes results from a product you purchase in good faith, believing that it will work the way the manufacturer says it will. If it malfunctions and you or your child is hurt as a result, you have a legal right to compensation, both for your pain and suffering and for any money or income you lost as a result of your injury.