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Any Dog Can Bite | June 2017

NATIONAL—DID YOU KNOW that 68% of U.S. households, or 83.3 million homes, own a pet? · About 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year and about 885,000 require medical attention for these injuries; and · Some insurance companies will not insure homeowners who own certain dog breeds categorized as dangerous, while others decide… View Article

Uber Provides (Some) Auto Insurance Coverage When the App is On

NATIONAL—Uber requires all of their drivers to have car insurance, and provides supplemental insurance coverage, but only while the app is on. According to Uber, here’s how it works: Drivers are covered by their own insurance when they are offline. As soon as a driver accepts a trip, until it concludes, they are protected by… View Article

Americans Against Limiting Non-Economic Damages

According to a recent poll, many Americans are AGAINST limiting non-economic damages in both Medical Negligence and Nursing Home lawsuits!   NATIONAL—The Public Policy Polling (PPP) has released data from phone polls conducted in late March 2017 on the topic of H.R. 1215, a House bill that will be voted on in the next several… View Article

Construction Sector Leads All Industries in Workplace Fatalities

As the Construction Industry zooms ahead, workplace injuries rise. NATIONAL—According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics 937 construction workers were killed in 2015. That marked the most fatalities of any industry sector – almost three times more than in manufacturing – and the deadliest year for construction since 2008. Construction-related fatalities accounted for 21.4 percent… View Article

How to Find the Right Car Seat for Your Child

A car seat is one of the most important purchases you’ll make for your child.  Why? Because child car seats save lives; it’s a fact. That said, finding the right car seat for your child is no easy task.  SaferCar.Gov recently released a video to help you through the decision-making process and keep your child… View Article

Hotel Guest Suffers Brain Injury Due to Shower Defect

FLORIDA—Last week I read about a female hotel guest who suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) due to a defect in her room’s tub/shower. As she was preparing to take a shower she fell while entering the tub/shower of a well-known hotel chain. The investigation of this incident revealed that the tub/shower was missing several… View Article

Robotic Prostatectomy Surgery Leads to Sepsis

NATIONAL—Recently I was reading about a middle-aged male patient who suffered complications after undergoing a robotic-assisted prostatectomy in order to treat early-stage prostate cancer. This surgery was performed using the assistance of a Da Vinci robotic surgery system. The surgery was documented to have taken place without any complications. That is, until the operating physician… View Article


CAN YOU SPOT THE RISKS? Learn how to recognize threats to your child’s safety around the home! Keep your laundry pods always from children at all times. Ensure that they’re kept high up. Keep them tightly sealed. Keep them safe.  This is a Public Service Announcement from TIDE® If you, your child, or another loved… View Article

Diabetes Drug Side-Effects Lead to FDA Warning

NATIONAL—INVOKANA, a popular Diabetes medication also known as Canagliflozin, is a drug of the gliflozin class or subtype 2 sodium-glucose transport inhibitors used for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. Use of this drug may be linked to an increased risk of Ketoacidosis, Kidney Failure, Heart Attack or Stroke, FDA warns. The FDA will commonly… View Article

Blood Clot Medical Malpractice Leads to Teenage Leg Amputation

NATIONAL—Recently, I was reading about a blood clot amputation case that resulted in a $24,900,000.00 jury award to the Plaintiff. The case involved an incident in which doctors failed to provide timely treatment of a blood clot in the Plaintiff’s leg, forcing her to undergo an amputation below the knee at age 18. The jury award… View Article