CDC data shows that tens of thousands of people end up in the emergency room every year as a result of car crashes. Car crash injuries result in tens of billions of dollars in lifetime costs incurred by victims. And while the total number of car crashes on U.S. roads has dropped steadily since 2005, your chances of being involved in at least one crash during your lifetime are fairly high.
We trust our healthcare providers to do right by us and our families. More often than not, they do. But there are those times when negligence results in serious injuries to patients. We represent victims of medical malpractice in the knowledge that they deserve justice.
Personal injury cases are something I specialize in. Throughout my career as a practicing attorney, I have seen plenty of cases that did not end well because either the plaintiff or defendant waited too long to retain a personal injury lawyer. I recommend not waiting. The sooner a lawyer gets involved, the better.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee will scrutinize how General Motors (GM) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) responded to a vehicle ignition switch problem that has allegedly been the cause of 31 collisions and 13 deaths, USA Today reported Tuesday, March 11.
In a statement released on January 19, the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (DA) announced that Truitt Brothers Inc. is recalling its cheeseburger mac products because of misbranding.
A quality control inspection conducted by the company found that some labels of the recalled Kraft Velveeta Cheesy Skillets SINGLES – ULTIMATE CHEESEBURGER MAC failed to declare the presence of the allergens hydrolyzed soy protein and dried soy sauce. The FSIS stated that about 1.77 million pounds of cheeseburger mac products are being recalled.
In an online report published by Medscape on December 27, Baxter International Inc. has announced a voluntary recall of around 750,000 intravenous (IV) solutions after the company found out that the units contain potentially harmful particulate matter.