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Fines Against Negligent Nursing Homes Lowered, Endangering Patient Safety

For the first time in recent years, financial penalties against negligent nursing homes are dropping. In 2016, the average fine was more than $41,000, now it is $28,405. Negligent nursing homes are fined when they endanger residents or are responsible for a victim’s injuries. Opponents of the new rule, which gives a single fine for[…]

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“Failure to Warn” Drug Claims

It is not out of the ordinary: someone gets sick and makes an appointment with his or her doctor. The doctor diagnoses them and prescribes a medication that is supposed to help them get better. It should end there, but far too often manufacturers fail to warn consumers about the possible drug interactions and risks[…]

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May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

Remember that May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month.  As any experienced rider will tell you, motorcycles offer far less protection and are less visible and stable than other motor vehicles. In fact, the federal government estimates that motorcyclists are at least 6 times as likely to be injured as drivers of other vehicles. This May,[…]

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Speed Limiter Mandate Sent to Congress

Manufacturers are constantly inventing and refining car and truck safety technology Speed limiters are just one example.  They prevent a vehicle from traveling faster than a set speed. The technology has been standard equipment in many commercial trucks since the 1990s. Yet most truckers never use the speed limiter and there is no federal requirement[…]

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Takata Recall Now Includes Millions of Hondas

Just a few weeks back we wrote about a recall including various Toyota and Lexus-brand vehicles due to the notoriously defective and dangerous Takata airbags, which are prone to exploding and expelling pieces of shrapnel at drivers and passengers alike. To this day, more than 70 million vehicles in the United States – of all[…]

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