Turley Law Firm In The News
Parents of Child Who Died From ‘Brain-Eating Amoeba’ in Texas Splash Pad Sue City by Nadia El-Yaouti | Oct 20, 2021
In a recent article discussing the tragic death of a toddler from microbial infection at a community splash pad, attorney T Nguyen was asked to comment on issues such as the City of Arlington’s potential liability and how money damages are assessed in cases like these.
Ford Issues a Recall on Over 770,000 Vehicles Worldwide by Nadia El-Yaouti | Jul 28, 2021
Our own attorney T Nguyen was interviewed for an article regarding a recall of more than three-quarters of a million Ford Explorer SUVs due to steering issues that have so far been linked to at least six injuries. Ms. Nguyen was asked to explain the elements of a product liability claim that injured victims have to prove against a manufacturer. Ms. Nguyen also explained circumstances in which an auto dealer might bear liability for selling a defective vehicle, as opposed to holding the manufacturer liable for the defect.
Peloton Recalls Popular Treadmill after Six-Year-old’s Death by Nadia El-Yaouti | May 20, 2021
Attorney T Nguyen was recently featured in an article discussing the recent recall of two Peloton treadmill models following multiple reports of injuries to children and pets on or near the equipment. One death of a six-year-old has also been reported. In the article, Ms. Nguyen explains a manufacturer’s liability for injuries caused by product defects even after a recall has been issued. Attorney Nguyen also talks about Texas law regarding wrongful death lawsuits filed by parents after the death of a minor child.
Texas DWI Laws Contribute to Decline in National Rates by Nadia El-Yaouti | Apr 30, 2021
Attorney T Nguyen of the Turley Law Firm was recently featured in an article discussing Texas DWI laws and a decline in drunk driving accidents and fatalities. Ms. Nguyen was interviewed regarding issues of comparative fault in a drunk driving injury crash and what it takes to prove a civil case against a drunk driver.