Personal Injury & Employment Broadcasts

Quinn Law Centers Personal Injury & Employment Broadcasts

Product Liability

Product liability law involves issues with anything available for purchase. Listen as attorney, Colleen Quinn discusses three primary types of product liability cases: defect in design, defect in manufacturing, or failure to warn of a potential danger. Colleen details examples of prior cases in each of these three areas including a case about an exploding soda bottle, an improperly designed weight machine at a gym that resulted in crushing a Read More

Legal Brief – Automobile Liability

In this radio show segment, Colleen Quinn addresses the topic of automobile liability, including the comparison of Virginia’s contributory negligence (fault) system versus the comparative negligence systems of the majority of states. Colleen also explains the concept of “maximum medical improvement (MMI)” as well as “uninsured motorist insurance coverage” and “negligent entrustment” (when the keys to a vehicle are given to someone that the giver knows will be a dangerous Read More

Legal Brief – Employment Law

Attorney Colleen Quinn discusses issues relating to employment law in Virginia including the hiring and firing of employees, workplace discrimination, and harassment. Quinn details which groups are protected under Virginia law from discrimination by their employer and what kind of accommodations employers have to provide disabled and other employees. Lastly, Quinn discusses sexual harassment in the workplace and just how far employers and fellow employees can go before they’ve crossed Read More

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Product Liability


Product liability law involves issues with anything available for purchase. Listen as attorney, Colleen Quinn discusses three primary types of product liability cases: defect in design, defect in manufacturing, or failure to warn of a potential danger. Colleen details examples of prior cases in each of these three areas including a case about an exploding soda bottle, an improperly designed weight machine at a gym that resulted in crushing a finger, glass in a soda can, and a dead mouse in a potato chip bag. In addition to case examples, Colleen also provides answers, in this radio segment, to many of the questions that arise in product liability cases, such as: “Can medical devices like artificial joints be the subject of a product liability case?”, “What role does the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) play in protecting the public from faulty food and drugs?”, and “What sort of evidence and/or witnesses might be necessary to be successful in a product liability case?”

Legal Brief – Automobile Liability


In this radio show segment, Colleen Quinn addresses the topic of automobile liability, including the comparison of Virginia’s contributory negligence (fault) system versus the comparative negligence systems of the majority of states. Colleen also explains the concept of “maximum medical improvement (MMI)” as well as “uninsured motorist insurance coverage” and “negligent entrustment” (when the keys to a vehicle are given to someone that the giver knows will be a dangerous driver). Answers to prevalent automobile liability questions are provided in this segment, as Colleen explains why motorists should be cautious about signing releases following an accident, how worker’s compensation factors into the recovery equation, how liens can effect the amount recovered, how contingent fee contracts with attorneys work, and what information should be brought into Colleen’s office when the injured party decides to come in for their free auto case consultation at Locke & Quinn.

Legal Brief – Employment Law


Attorney Colleen Quinn discusses issues relating to employment law in Virginia including the hiring and firing of employees, workplace discrimination, and harassment. Quinn details which groups are protected under Virginia law from discrimination by their employer and what kind of accommodations employers have to provide disabled and other employees. Lastly, Quinn discusses sexual harassment in the workplace and just how far employers and fellow employees can go before they’ve crossed the line. So, if you’ve ever wanted to know if you could be fired for having blue hair, wearing a yamaka to work or if your employer can say “hey, nice legs”, give this radio clip a listen.

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