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  • Interview with VA Medical Malpractice Attorney Micheal Archuleta
    Sep-16-08 Austin, TX When it comes to filing a lawsuit against the VA for medical malpractice, attorney Micheal Archuleta is the expert. His firm regularly litigates Federal Tort Claims Act cases and it has 4 of the largest verdicts and 2 of the largest settlements in the 61-year history of the Federal Tort Claims Act. Perhaps more so than other areas, it is very...
  • Plane Crashes: Interview with Aviation Expert Herb Velsor
    Sep-12-08 Norwood, MO Herb Velsor is an experienced pilot with over 20 years in naval aviation. He was also involved in a plane crash many years ago that resulted in two deaths (he was not piloting the plane at the time of the crash). Herb says that although planes are a very safe means of transportation, there are some issues that come up that can result in crash...
  • Worker's Compensation: Special Provisions for Those at Ground Zero
    Sep-11-08 Manhattan, NY On this day, the 7th anniversary of the what has gone down in the annals of history as a simple date—9/11—it is revealed that thousands of workers who toiled at or near Ground Zero at the former World Trade Center (WTC) site have developed, or are in danger of developing asthma from breathing in the toxic air, paving the way for a Worker...
  • Salmonella and the Food Chain: Food for Thought…
    Sep-9-08 Washington, DC The crisis over salmonella poisoning involving jalapeno peppers and tomatoes has passed. Or has it? It wasn't long after the salmonella food poisoning episode settled down before Whole Foods Market found itself recalling massive amounts of E. coli contaminated ground beef, and in Canada the recent Maple Leaf Foods recall has left the cou...
  • Granite Countertops: "I Was Shocked"
    Sep-3-08 Las Vegas, NV One of the most difficult aspects of any health scare is uncertainty: Not knowing what symptoms of illness to look for, not knowing if something has caused an illness and not knowing what can be done about the problem--except a probable lawsuit. This is what people with granite countertops face. They have read the news about high radon leve...
  • Fatal ATV Accidents During Labor Day Weekend
    Sep-2-08 Seattle, WA With the long weekend over, more news is coming in about fatal ATV accidents that occurred in the past three days. Sadly, there were many ATV accidents this weekend. Some claimed the lives of adults, while others took the lives of teenagers and children. Those who survived their ATV rollovers will likely have serious injuries to recover from,...
  • Byetta Deaths: And Now There Are Six…
    Aug-28-08 Washington, DC Just days after the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced two deaths linked to the diabetes drug Byetta , comes word that four more people have died in association with the use of the injectable drug. This time it wasn't the FDA, but the manufacturers themselves coming forward. At a press conference August 26, representatives...
  • Companies Announce Auction Rate Securities Settlement
    Aug-26-08 New York, NY Multiple companies have announced deals with regulators involving auction rate securities lawsuits. Some of the announcements involved the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) while others involved various state regulators. In one settlement, Merrill Lynch & Co. agreed to a preliminary settlement in principle with the SEC. The settlem...
  • Recalled Kugel Mesh Implanted Months After Recall
    Aug-23-08 Virginia Beach, VA A product recall is only as good as the capacity to reach those with the power, and the responsibility to respond. If the message doesn't get through, the result can be a recalled product like the Kugel Mesh Hernia patch continuing to be used, with the potential for serious injury . That's what allegedly happened to Judith Coyne, a...
  • The Gardasil Vaccine Issue: The Tail that Wags the Dog?
    Aug-21-08 Washington, DC An editorial that appears in today's edition of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) heightens the ongoing debate surrounding the push for mass vaccinations against cervical cancer in women, despite questions surrounding the need. Those questions are deepened when taken in context with the possibility of side effects from vaccines such...
  • Auction Rate Securities: Remember Consequential Damages
    Aug-20-08 Kansas City, MO Recent proposed settlements involving auction rate securities from UBS, Merrill Lynch, Citigroup, and other underwriters may sound very appealing to investors. However, according to Diane Nygaard, founder of the Nygaard Law Firm, investors must look over their paperwork carefully before signing anything, or they may sign away their right...
  • Air Disaster in Spain Rising: 153 Now Dead
    Aug-20-08 Madrid In what witnesses describe as a horrific air disaster , a Spanair jet loaded with what were presumably vacationers on their way to the Canary Islands crashed and burned today on takeoff at the Barajas Airport in Madrid, Spain—killing the majority of its 167 passengers. Late today, reports indicate 153 dead. So far there is no determination as...
  • ATV Rollover Accidents: Understanding the Warnings
    Aug-15-08 Minneapolis, MN One of the few positives about the end of summer is a lessening in the number of ATV accidents that are reported. During summer months, and into the fall, ATV accidents occur on a daily basis. Some of the accidents are not fatal, but too many are. And still, despite the high number of ATV accidents, ATV makers do not seem to be at all int...
  • The FDA Guerillas of Wonky DrugWonks - Part I
    Aug-12-08 Former Bush Administration officials have formed a pharmaceutical industry guerilla group called the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest (CMPI), described on its website as "a non-partisan, non-profit educational charity," and a "new vital force in health care policy." However, for all intents and purposes, the mission of CMPI front group is to pr...
  • Personal Injury Handicapped Ramp Shows Handicapped Logic
    Aug-8-08 Wheeling, WV What were they thinking? William Cross, who filed suit against the City of Wheeling, West Virginia and Anthony Wayne Oil Corporation after suffering a personal injury from the uneven pavement of a handicapped ramp, isn't even handicapped. But imagine the difficulty a handicapped person may have experienced attempting to negotiate the ramp...
  • Plane Crash: Pilot Not Licensed
    Aug-5-08 Tyler, TX: It's one of those stories that makes you think, 'Oh…my…God.' A plane crash : a small plane, carrying a handful of passengers that goes down. In many cases there are fatalities, but luckily in this case there were no deaths. Just injuries, the fear and the emotional fallout that comes with being in a plane that falls from the sky. And then...
  • No One Has the Right to Take Your Civil Rights
    Aug-2-08 Ecorse, MI The Land of the Free' that Americans hold so dear is thanks, first and foremost, to the veterans who fought and died in the conflicts that ultimately led up to the freedom Americans hold so dear. Freedom is also thanks to the basket of civil rights , and human rights that have evolved over time. Americans are not inclined to shy away from an...
  • Antitrust Roundup: Is Unfair Advantage Just Good Business?
    Jul-31-08 Washington, DC The proposed merger of Google and Yahoo have the antitrust gods crying foul, afraid as they are that the proposed merger of the two giant Internet search engines will create a monopoly, and severely restrict competition in the multi-billion-dollar sector. That's the role of the nation's antitrust laws—to prevent any one company from g...
  • Attorney Kelly Richardson: Your Condo Is Not Your Castle
    Jul-29-08 Pasenda, CA If you live in a condo, or townhouse or high rise apartment or any kind of arrangement where there is a homeowners association, or even if you are just thinking about moving out of your house and into a situation like that, you'll want to know more about attorney Kelly Richardson and the kind of work he does. "People have this idea that they...
  • "Just a matter of time before Cipro Kills Me"
    Jul-26-08 Tampa, FL David F. has quite the story to tell regarding Cipro and other, similar drugs. His saga started back in the mid 1980s when he was prescribed Floxin for pneumonia. Over the next 20 years, David was prescribed other fluoroquinolones, a class of antibiotics known to be toxic to tendons, cartilages, the nervous system and other organs. Floxin t...
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