Spinal Cord/Brain Injuries


The tragic story of how the most widely used herbicide to kill weeds in the nation turned out to be a toxic cancer-causing chemical continues, as Monsanto Company is facing thousands of lawsuits across the United States. In 2015, a World Health Organization (WHO) report concluded that the main ingredient in Monsanto Company’s (acquired by Bayer in 2018) weed killer product Roundup, was a human carcinogen. Exposed individuals allege Roundup and it’s lead ingredient, Glyphosate, caused them to develop non-Hodgkin lymphoma. The... Read More

Rob Ammons’ representation of the first family to file notice blaming the U.S. government for failing to report the Sutherland Springs mass shooter to a national database has attracted international attention. Ammons has been interviewed by the Associated Press, NBC News, Univision, Al Jazeera and many others. In a statement, Ammons explains why this case is so important to him. "It involves the worst mass shooting in the history of Texas; it involves a serviceman who had an abysmal record,... Read More

Two weeks ago, a driverless Uber car struck and killed a pedestrian crossing the street in Tempe, Arizona.  This grim event marks a troubling milestone, the first human victim of a robot-controlled car. Police reports indicated the victim was walking a bike across the street, outside a crosswalk in the evening at 10:00 PM.  The Uber was reportedly driving at 40 miles per hour in an autonomous mode, however an operator was in the driver’s seat.  The Uber never slowed... Read More

The Takata air bag recall is the largest automotive recall in U.S. History. The Japanese air bag maker, recalled an additional 3.3 million faulty air bag inflators Takata at the beginning of this year.[i] The latest recall covers frontal air bags in certain 2009, 2010 and 2013 vehicles made Honda, Toyota, Audi, BMW, Daimler Vans, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Jaguar-Land Rover, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru and Tesla.[ii] The United States Senate Commerce subcommittee that oversees the National Highway... Read More

At least 3 people were killed and dozens more injured early Monday when an Amtrak train derailed while crossing an overpass south of Tacoma, Wash. Preliminary data shows the train was travelling at more than twice the speed limit just before the derailment. Many of the injured remained in critical condition. Thirteen of the train’s cars jumped the tracks, with several dropping onto Interstate 5 below and causing heavy damage to at least five vehicles, including two tractor-trailers. NTSB Investigating... Read More

Rob Ammons has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a 46-year-old Texas man who was seriously injured when the truck he was driving collided with another 18-wheeler whose operator pulled from a private drive directly into the truck’s path on a highway. According to the lawsuit filed by The Ammons Law Firm, the driver of the second 18-wheeler was negligent in failing to yield the right-of-way, being inattentive, failing to keep a proper lookout, and operating a commercial vehicle in... Read More

On behalf of the mother of a badly burned child and the surviving family members of a man burned to death when the SUV they occupied burst into flames, Rob Ammons has filed suit against GM. The lawsuit blames defects in a 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer for the injuries and death. While traveling on a wet Mexican road, the Trailblazer’s tires lost traction. It left the main lanes, rolled over and burst into flames which engulfed the entire vehicle. While the... Read More

A Texas man (63) was killed when a motorist crossed in front of his motorcycle while turning into a private drive.  The man, who was traveling at a speed well below the posted limit, applied his brakes but was unable to stop his bike in time.  He was thrown from the  motorcycle in the collision and died at the scene. On behalf of the man’s widow, Rob Ammons filed suit against the motorist for negligence.  He indicates that an investigation... Read More



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