Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys – Blog & News


June
30

After months of being cooped up inside and limited social interaction, we are all eager to "get back to normal". However, with the latest increases in cases, it imperative that we stay vitalant with our health and safety.


May
08

Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys | May 8, 2020

As Louisiana works to open its doors, many citizens will need masks to protect themselves against the virus and follow guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  According to the CDC website, "CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies) especially in areas of significant community-based transmission." 

During the pandemic, masks have been difficult to obtain. Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys is giving away free masks to help those in the Shreveport community remain safe and adhere to the recommended guidelines set forth by the CDC. 


May
05

Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys | May 5, 2020

The most significant milestone in every school is graduation and commencement ceremonies. Seniors missing out on this experience is earth-shattering.

For this reason, Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys wants to share a few ideas on how you can celebrate your graduate that was not able to walk with their cap and gown to get their diploma this year during this COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis.


May
05

As COVID-19 fears and stay-at-home orders are lifted, it will eventually be time for nonessential employees to return to work. Still, even as everyone attempts to get back to normal, both businesses and individuals will have been seriously affected in some way. While we can’t say exactly when people will be back on their jobs, we are sure of this: Work-life will be permanently changed after this pandemic.  


April
29

Gordon J. McKernan

At Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys, the health and safety of our clients and staff are our most important priority. We have adapted our practices to ensure the health of our clients and staff during this COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis. During this time, we are still available to help our existing and any new potential clients by virtual meetings, phone, text, and email. 

 


April
23

Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys | Community

Penny's Pantry is donating over 1,600 lbs of dog/cat food to our Healthcare Heroes at the Baton Rouge General

Thank you to our local pet store, Neighborhood Pet Market & Blue Buffalo for helping us make this happen. It is amazing to see both local and national brands come together to help members of the community. We are honored to call LA home and we believe it is our privilege and desire to serve our communities. 


April
02

Federal and State government officials have taken measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and "flatten the curve". The new rules and regulations have affected many Louisianans and the ever-chaning information can overwhelm. We have compiled a list of resources to help those affected by COVID-19. 


April
01

The FDA has announced its request today to immediately remove the heartburn drug Zantac and all over-the-counter ranitidine drugs from shelves.


February
04

During Black History Month, we want to recognize those African American leaders that have shaped our lives as we know it today.  One significant invention was that of the traffic light, which plays an important role in our safety today.

The world’s first traffic signal was installed in London in December 1868. This traffic light was a manually operated gas-lit signal. These traffic signals were not that effective since they switched back and forth between Stop and Go with no interval in between. Because of this, drivers had no time to react when the signal changed, causing many collisions between vehicles.


December
17

The case of the plaintiff, Edwin Hardeman, went to trial in February 2019, in a San Francisco courtroom.  Mr. Hardeman’s case is the first of many cases involving plaintiffs claiming the widely-used weedkiller, Roundup®, developed by Monsanto (purchased by Bayer in 2016) causes non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, and other types of cancer. The jury selected at Mr. Hardeman’s trial was asked to weigh a complicated question.  Did the weedkiller, Roundup®, and its main ingredient, glyphosate, caused his cancer?


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