The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released its findings on the cause of the bus accident that took the lives of 17 and injured 38 more back in August of 2008. The bus left the...
When police try to enforce jaywalking laws, it's often a cause for a lot of verbal bashing by the anti-government, anti-establishment types and even some city officials. See what happened last July...
Injured by a piece of equipment or product you were recently using? Then you might be eligible to bring a product liability suit against the manufacturer, supplier, or retailer depending on where...
Kudos to the Sun Sentinel for bringing inadequate employment screening for daycare and senior care workers to light. Their in depth article has apparently caught the attention of Govenor Crist who...
Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park, California, billed as America’s 1st Theme Park was the site of another ride accident in mid-September, 2009. Riders were struck with debris and two...
Last night, the Orlando Fire Department was called out to Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. An employee working on the Revenge of the Mummy ride fell from a ladder, and landed on a platform....
Who knew? In under-developed countries, 1.5 million children die each year diarrheal-related illnesses each year. The focus of this year's Global Handwashing Day is to improve the hygiene and...
Sometimes the first step to recovery is protecting yourself during your hospital visit. Medical and human error during standard daily care and medical procedures are very real dangers and patients...
As we prepared for hot summer days and fun in the pool last June, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC) reminded parents of ways to keep their children safe from drowning around pools and...
We tell our college-bound (or college attending) children to be careful. We tell them not to drink. We may even tell them that if they must drink, always ride with a designated driver. Yet, 1,700 of...
The public perception that medical malpractice cases regularly result in large awards of money is an unrealistic one. Even if a plaintiff prevails at trial, there is no guarantee that any money will...
I recently resolved a medical malpractice case that raises serious concerns surrounding the granting of privileges to doctors by hospitals. Mary Smith went to a local hospital because she broke her...
A recent article in TIME magazine about malpractice reform, available at: http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1924501,00.html, caught my eye for several reasons. First, the article...
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