Blog Posts in May, 2015

  • Defective Drugs: Meridia

    In 1997, Meridia was approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a prescription medicine used for the long-term treatment of obesity. This weight loss pill was soon pulled from the market in 2010 by the makers and manufacturers, Abbott Laboratories. The FDA is known for having a partnership with many manufacturers and recalling drugs when they pose a threat or health risk ...
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  • Train Safety Driving on or Near Tracks

    Every three hours, a train hits a car somewhere in our country. Imagine the terror of a car stuck on train tracks, unable to move, and having to exit the scary situation knowing you won’t be able to make it across. Although the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) works to reduce these accidents, sometimes they remain inevitable and, like anything, the best practice possible is prevention. ...
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  • Injured in a Bus Crash? How Much is Your Case Worth?

    A bus is considered a common carrier, which is an individual or business that transports people, goods, or services for a fee. When it comes to people riding on buses, there are tons of people everyday who use public transportation to get to work and many children getting to school, and these common carriers have a responsibility to get them there safely. Common carriers work under the authority ...
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  • 3 Things To Know About Whiplash Injuries

    Whiplash is a neck injury sustained when the head whips forward and then suddenly backward. They are most often caused by motor vehicle accidents, especially when the car is hit from behind. It is known as a soft-tissue injury to the neck, but can also affect the nerves, muscles, bones, ligaments, and discs. But what do you need to know about whiplash if such an injury were sustained? (1) You may ...
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  • Do You Know How Tort Reform Hurts You?

    Do you want to understand how your rights to justice are being limited by a movement called tort reform? Then you will want to review our firm’s free white paper: “Tort Reform: A Roadmap.” Seriously injured people pursue justice in order to hold accountable those people who have caused their injuries. Proponents of tort reform want to limit that ability to pursue justice. Our white paper will help ...
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