After many reported injuries, more than 14 million vehicles with Takata-manufactured airbags have been recalled due to defects.   On Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen and co-host, Keith Christie join guest Attorney Cole Portis from the Beasley Allen law firm, to discuss the airbag recall, the litigation surrounding defective airbags and the impact on air bag regulation.

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Recalls. Congressional Investigations. Litigation. General Motors (GM) has taken center stage over its ignition switch problem, which has been linked to drivers’ catastrophic injuries and in some cases, death. On Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen welcomes Attorney Jere Beasley, the senior member of the Beasley Allen Law Firm, to give an update on litigation involving the GM ignition switch problem and talk about the current investigation into General Motors.

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Whether you are a member or just someone interested in structures, National Structured Settlement Trade Association (NSSTA) is the voice of the industry. Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen joins colleagues, Randy Dyer, the current President of NSSTA and John Machir, President‑elect of NSSTA, to talk about the bigger issues that are facing the structured settlement industry today and some of the leading items on their agenda for 2012..

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Hormone replacement therapy, also known as HRT, was prescribed to women to treat the symptoms of menopause for years. Then in 2002, a comprehensive women’s health study was published.  The study connected HRT to increasing incidences of breast cancer.  Ringler Radio host Larry Cohen turns to Attorney Ted Meadows from the Beasley Allen Law Firm, for more details on hormone replacement therapy,  ongoing litigation and the various plaintiffs involved in these cases.

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468B Trusts (derived from Internal Revenue Service Code Section 468B), were originally created to simplify the settlement of mass tort cases. More recently, they have been suggested for the settlement of single claimant cases, which has become a source of much debate. On this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen welcomes co-host, Carmella Limongelli and guest, Rick Woollams, Chief Claims Officer at Chartis U.S., to take an in-depth look at 468B trusts and the rather controversial area of their use in cases with a single claimant.

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