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October 2016 News

Do you have a Yaz case?

For one reason or another, there are times when medications make their way to market despite the fact that it is unsafe. One of the best examples of this is Yaz, a birth control medication that has injured and killed many people.
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Things to know about manufacturer negligence

When you purchase an item, regardless of what it may be, you should be confident that it's safe.
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Tour bus crash vs. successful beer delivery by self-driving truck: A juxtaposition for our time

On one hand, there's the news of one of the worst crashes in recent memory in late October, involving a tour bus, where more than a dozen people lost their lives and many others were seriously injured. On the other, there's the news of Uber's self-driving truck, which made the [...]
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How to avoid a haunting Halloween!

They go together like no other holiday: Autumn and Halloween. Cool crisp days and evenings, orange and yellow leaves crunching under our feet. The smell of bonfires wafts through the air and trick-or-treaters gleefully run about caught up in the excitement.
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What types of vehicle accident injuries can be fatal?

Just because you are involved in a car accident doesn't mean you will suffer a serious injury. However, you need to realize that this could happen. Furthermore, in the most serious of situations, an injury could lead to death.
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A serious brain injury can lead to death

It's important to remember that any brain injury is a serious brain injury. If you have reason to believe you or a loved one has suffered this type of injury, it's imperative to receive medical attention. This will give you a clear idea of what went wrong, where things stand and [...]
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Did an auto defect cause your car accident?

As a driver, you know that most car accidents are caused by a driver's negligence. For example, you could make a mistake that causes an accident. Of course, there are times when another driver makes an error that leads to your injury.
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What should you do about a drug recall?

In the United States, medicine does not make its way to market until it is tested for both effectiveness and safety. Along with this, once a drug makes its way to market, the FDA continues to monitor it to ensure that nothing bad comes along.
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The need for speed

Speed. It seems to be something we all crave. We ride roller coasters that hurl us down twisting and winding tracks so fast the wind whips us in the face, our adrenaline kicks in (unsure if our bodies are about to experience a traumatic injury) and when the ride is over we beg [...]
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What damages can you seek in a wrongful death lawsuit?

There is nothing worse than losing a loved one. When this happens due to the negligence of a third party, it can be even more difficult to deal with.
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5 ways to stay out of motorcycle wrecks

There's no denying it: Motorcycles are cool. From the unmistakable sound of a revving engine to the iconic leather jacket and sunglasses you can outfit yourself in, bikers know that cruising around town, out in the country or down the highway on a road trip is infinitely more [...]
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What makes rear-end collisions so common?

One moment you are sitting in traffic and the next someone hits your car and you are propelled into the vehicle in front of you. The crash was completely out of your control and now you might have to pay for damages? Rear-end collisions happen every day and are the most common [...]
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Injury caused by a defective product

Have you ever considered the fact that a defective product could cause a serious injury? If this happens, you need to do two things.
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National Teen Driver Safety Week

Parenting an adolescent is challenging, especially when they begin to drive. Teens are excited to have a new found freedom and it's one more step towards being an independent adult. Unfortunately, no matter how much behind the wheel training they have, teens are still [...]
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6 Trick-or-Treating Tips For a Safer Halloween

41.2 million goblins, ghosts, superheros, and princesses went trick-or-treating on Halloween in 2015. It's a time for both adults and children to dress up, get outside, make memories and have some fun. It can, however, be a dangerous night out if safety isn't top-of-mind.
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Multi-Car accidents can be complicated

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were 6,296,000 crashes in the U.S. in 2015, meaning almost 719 crashes every single minute. Of these crashes, 27% (1,715,000) involved injuries and 0.5% (32,166) involved a fatality. Anytime there are deaths, [...]
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Prescription drug recalls: some medications are dangerous

Did you know that Americans fill approximately four billion prescriptions every year? Taking this one step further, some people take 10 or more medications on a daily basis.
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8 hazards that can lead to serious child injuries

Now that autumn is upon us and children are back at school, parents may breathe a sigh of relief. Kids can get into all kinds of dangerous situations with lots of time on their hands and without the structure - and relative safety - of school.
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