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    • Proposed Truck Bill Draws Protests from All Sides

      Proposed Truck Bill Draws Protests from All Sides

      Families of truck accident victims, law enforcement officials, and public safety groups joined together on May 13 urging Congress to put the interests of the public before powerful trucking lobbies. At issue is a bill that extends trucker’s working hours […]

    • After a Vaccine Injury Compensation Claim is filed

      After a Vaccine Injury Compensation Claim is filed

      The U.S. government established the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program in 1988 to provide compensation to a person that suffers a rare but serious vaccine adverse reaction. To be eligible for compensation, the injured party must file a vaccine injury claim […]

    • FBI Now Investigating Power Morcellators and Link to Spreading Cancer

      FBI Now Investigating Power Morcellators and Link to Spreading Cancer

      The Wall Street Journal published an article today that the FBI is investigating laparoscopic power morcellators and their link to spreading cancer.  Specifically, according to the article, the FBI is investigating what Johnson & Johnson knew about the complications and […]

    • Vaccine Injury Claims Explained

      Vaccine Injury Claims Explained

      A person who suffers a rare but serious vaccine adverse reaction may be entitled to financial compensation as part of the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP). To be eligible, a claim must be filed in the federal vaccine court. The […]

    • Could Seat Belts Save Lives in a Train Derailment?

      Could Seat Belts Save Lives in a Train Derailment?

      After the May 12, 2015 Amtrak derailment, many are wondering why trains are not equipped with seatbelts. Passengers of Amtrak train No. 188 were violently thrown about inside the cars. At least 200 passengers were taken to local hospitals and […]

    • New Study Recommends Umbilical Cord Accident Screening

      New Study Recommends Umbilical Cord Accident Screening

      A recent study published in the National Institutes of Medicine (NIM) suggest that doctors should begin to focus on screening for umbilical cord accidents, as well as managing umbilical cord accidents prenatally and delivering babies in fetal distress caused by […]

    • CDC Tells Doctors to Make Time for Vaccine Injury Questions

      CDC Tells Doctors to Make Time for Vaccine Injury Questions

      The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) along with the assistance of the Department of Health and Human Services, American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Academy of Pediatrics released an informational brochure to assist doctors with coming […]

    • Zofran Birth Defects Lawsuit Follows Government Settlement

      Zofran Birth Defects Lawsuit Follows Government Settlement

      Women who had babies born with cleft lip, cleft palate or heart defects may be eligible to file a  Zofran birth defects lawsuit if they took the anti-nausea drug during pregnancy. A study published by the Center for Birth Defects […]

    • Texas Police Warn About Multiple Motorcycle Accidents

      Texas Police Warn About Multiple Motorcycle Accidents

      The Austin police department issued a call for safety after the fourth motorcycle accident death in one week, KVUE reported. A total of five motorcycle accident-related deaths have been reported in Austin since January 1, 2015. Four of them occurred […]

    • Two Die In Arizona Bike Week Motorcycle Accident

      Two Die In Arizona Bike Week Motorcycle Accident

      Two people died as a result of motorcycle accident injuries sustained during a Mesa charity event on Saturday March 28. The motorcycle driver, 52-year-old Al Barela and the passenger, his 37 year-old wife Samantha Barela were taking part in an […]