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  • Internet Lawsuits Heat up: Son Files Charges against Mother
    Apr-10-10 Little Rock, AR A family battle is going to court—but this time the battle is not between mom and dad. Instead, a 16-year-old boy has alleged that his mother harassed him when she logged onto his Facebook page, read his posts and changed his password to lock him out of Facebook. The lawsuit is a striking example of how the Internet has changed famil...
  • Illinois Revises Medical Malpractice Law
    Feb-6-10 Springfield, IL On February 4, 2010 the Illinois Supreme Court voted against the state's medical malpractice law and decided that limits on damages awarded to victims of medical negligence are unconstitutional. Now, Illinois patients may have greater access to health care and lower medical liability rates. The state capped damages several years ago. T...
  • Baby Matters Recalls Nap Nanny Recliners
    Jul-26-10 Washington, DC The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in cooperation with Baby Matters LLC, of Berwyn, PA, is announcing the recall of 30,000 Nap Nanny portable baby recliners. CPSC is investigating a report of a 4-month-old girl from Royal Oak, MI, who died in a Nap Nanny that was being used in a crib. According to preliminary reports, t...
  • Tetrachloroethylene Associated with Nervous System Disorders
    Mar-11-10 Washington, DC People who work in environments that use the toxic solvent tetrachloroethylene, also known as tetrachloroethene, TCE, perchloroethylene, Perc and PCE, may be at risk for serious illness, possibly including cancer. Specifically, people who work in drycleaning facilities or perform metal-degreasing could come into contact with tetrachloroeth...
  • Manufacturer Raided, Sued for California Overtime Violations
    Oct-17-10 Fullerton, CA A manufacturer in California that was the target of a raid by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) earlier this summer is now the subject of a lawsuit claiming, among other unfair practices, violations of overtime pay laws . KABC News 7 in Los Angeles reported August 31st on the announcement that morning of a lawsuit launched by t...
  • Successful 9/11 First Responders Settlement Reached
    Nov-19-10 New York, NY Attorneys representing the plaintiffs who were injured while working in the rescue, recovery and debris removal activities at the site of the World Trade Center following the 9/11 terrorist attacks and subsequent collapse of the twin towers have confirmed today that they have surpassed the requisite ninety-five percent (95%) opt-in threshold r...
  • Attorney Slams the Makers of Adderall
    Dec-29-11 Birmingham, AL When attorney Andy Hollis of Hollis, Wright, and Couch, P.C., talks about Adderall , he gets angry. Hollis knows how much damage and anguish this drug has caused; both as a street drug favored by college students, and as prescription for children over the age of three and adults with ADHD—many of whom have suffered respiratory and h...
  • Veterans Are Proof of Toxic Fumes at Open Pit Burns
    Feb-27-12 Locust Grove, OK Bob says he was fit and healthy his entire life, but after just two months in Iraq he still suffers a litany of health problems. The only explanation Bob can come up with is that he was exposed to toxic fumes from military open burn pits —he was stationed at Balad Air Force base, notoriously known for the worst burn pit operations...
  • Power-Max Diet Supplement Recalled in Canada
    Mar-8-10 Ottawa, ON Health Canada is warning Canadians that an unapproved health product that contains sildenafil, a prescription medication was found on the Canadian market in Ontario. Sildenafil may pose serious health risks, particularly to people with heart problems. Health Canada is working with the Canada Border Services Agency to stop future importation...
  • Nationwide Recall Issued for 0.083% Albuterol Sulfate Inhalation Solution, 3 mL
    Jan-3-11 Washington, DC The Ritedose Corporation is issuing a nationwide recall of 0.083% Albuterol Sulfate Inhalation Solution, 3 mL (in 25, 30, and 60 unit dose vials). This product is a prescription inhalation solution, administered via nebulization, for the treatment and maintenance of acute asthma exacerbations and exercise induced asthma in children and...
  • Nutrition Express Recalls Protein Supplements Because Of Possible Salmonella Contamination
    Mar-30-11 Washington, DC Nutrition Express of Torrance, CA, is recalling specific products containing whey protein isolate sourced from one supplier because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune syst...
  • Nationwide Recall of Natural Chicken Formula Cat Food Expanded
    Jul-15-10 Washington, DC Feline's Pride is expanding its July 1, 2010 recall of Feline's Pride Raw food with ground bone for cats and kittens, Natural Chicken Formula, Net Wt. 2.5 lbs. (1.13 kg., 40 oz.) produced on 6/10/10 to include the product produced on 6/21/10, because it may be contaminated with Salmonella. People handling raw pet food can become infected...
  • Defective Whitco Stadium Light Poles Recalled Following Reports of Collapse
    Jul-7-10 Washington, DC About 2,500 lighting poles 70 feet or greater in height are being recalled by the manufacturer, Whitco Company of Forth Worth, TX, because the poles can fracture or crack and fall over, posing a risk of serious injury or death to patrons and bystanders from being hit or crushed. The poles range from 1 to 4 tons increasing the risk of dea...
  • "Traumatic Brain Injury Mistaken for PTSD," Says Iraq Veteran
    Dec-20-11 Turlock, CA Marcel was on patrol in Iraq when a roadside bomb hit his vehicle. He was lucky to be alive, and no one was killed that day. He was later diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury , however, and was recently assessed by Veterans Affairs as 100 percent disabled. To this day, Marcel suffers from severe migraines and dizziness. "I was the gunner...
  • Excessive Radiation Linked to CT Screening
    Mar-31-10 Washington, DC: People who had computed tomography (CT) scans as screening for colon cancer may have been exposed to excessive amounts of radiation, some scientists claim. The FDA held a hearing on the subject on Tuesday, inviting scientists and government officials to testify about the possibility that the screening may be causing cancer in some people. ...
  • Yaz Lawsuit Raises Public Awareness, Says Co-Founder of Our Bodies Ourselves
    Feb-3-10 Boston, MA Judy Norsigian, executive director and co-founder of the Boston Women's Health Book Collective and co-author of "Our Bodies, Ourselves," believes that a Yasmin/Yaz lawsuit is a good idea. "Until some of the drug companies [such as Bayer] feel monetary negative effects from putting drugs on the market prematurely, they will continue to do so,...
  • When Times Get Tough, the Tough Get a Lawyer
    Jan-7-11 Sacramento, CA With incoming Governor Jerry Brown signaling tough economic times for California, it behooves every employee to ensure they are meeting or exceeding performance expectations. That said, if cutbacks emerge as a result of Brown's announced no-nonsense budget, then rest assured that California labor laws are in place to protect your rights. ...
  • 180-Day Hold Sparks PayPal Suit
    Jun-24-10 Chicago, IL There's no way to know how many PayPal users have been frustrated by the online payment service's 180-day lock-down on their accounts, but attorney Julie Miller says there could be "millions of people" with the same complaint. "I've heard from people who have a few dollars locked up and others with thousands in an account they can't access," sh...
  • California Launches Investigation Into MetLife Death Payment Practices
    Apr-27-11 Sacramento, CA Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones and California State Controller John Chiang have announced the issuance of a subpoena and joint investigative hearing into the practices of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MLIC), also known as MetLife. The hearing will focus on MetLife's practices regarding payment of benefits under life insurance...
  • Distracted Driving Accidents can Leave Victims in Financial Ruin
    May-26-12 Driver distractions are so much a part of our day, we don‘t give them a second thought. They occur when a driver's attention is diverted away from the principal task of driving by some other, far less important, activity--like texting. Unfortunately, distracted driving accidents can be deadly for their victims--and costly--and many victims find ou...
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