Category: Blog

Tesla Model X crash occurs during its’ autopilot feature was on

Automobile accident,Blog | April 6, 2018

On March 23rd,2018, a fatal accident involving self-driving technology occurred in California, Mountain View. The accident is being investigated by the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). The car involved was from Tesla, the Model X. According to the California Highway Patrol, the Tesla switched lanes and wrecked into a highway median, crushing the barrier. Upon…

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Unilateral Cerebral Palsy (UCP)

Birth Injury,Blog,Cerebral Palsy | March 30, 2018

In March, we raise awareness for Cerebral Palsy (CP). There are different types of CP that many do not know about. All types of cerebral palsy involve brain injury or damage caused during birth. If this is the case, CP can be attributed to medical malpractice since the injury occurred during the birthing process. Unilateral…

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March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month

Birth Injury,Blog | March 27, 2018

Whenever a child is born with Cerebral Palsy, the family has a lot to prepare for. A lot of care is needed, which impacts how much time the family has for other things. Unfortunately, Cerebral Palsy demands the family manages their time and money well. Cerebral Palsy is a muscle disorder caused by permanent damage…

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Ibuprofen Decreases Testosterone in Men

Blog,Ibuprofen | February 14, 2018

In a study conducted by nearly 20 world-renowned scientists found that young-men who took Ibuprofen for just two weeks on a daily basis suffered a loss of testosterone equivalent to that of a 70-year-old.   Ibuprofen Decreases Testosterone in Men is an anti-inflammatory that many young men, especially male athletes consume on a daily basis…

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Was there E-coli in my salad?

Blog,Product Liability | January 25, 2018

The Public Health Agency of Canada announced on Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 that an outbreak of Shiga Toxin producing E. coli, has contaminated large shipments of romaine lettuce. Over 40 cases of the food born illness have been reported in Canada, while 18 people in over 15 states have reported sickness due to the E….

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Limbrel linked to Liver Injury

Blog,Limbrel,Product Liability | January 23, 2018

Osteoarthritis affects roughly 30 million Americans a year. This type of arthritis is also known as wear & tear arthritis. It often occurs in the weight-bearing joints of the body such as hips, knees, and spines. The cartilage that is typically elastic in the joint solidifies, making it easier for the cartilage to chip away…

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