Safety and Health Reporter

Bacterial Injury Threat Discussed By Injury Lawyer
The bacterial injury threat has become more alarming in light of recent statements from the Centers for Disease Control.  The bacteria itself known as Carbapenen-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae or also known as CRE, is a bacteria that was first seen on a wide-spread basis at the National Institute of Health where it ...
Poison Injury Highly Treatable Says Personal Injury Lawyer
Poison injury is a ongoing problem throughout the United States. There are a number of things that can be done to prevent poisoning such as: Storing your medicines and household products in their original containers. Lock these products away from children. Use child resistant packaging. Read the label before using any medicine. Do not mix any ...
Product Liability-Guns Addressed By Product Liability Lawyer
Product liability-guns and shooter liability issues are not only important for the legal community but also of pressing general concern to the public.  The National Rifle Association (NRA) has taken the lead in opposing any sort of background check or federal registry for handgun purchases and handgun owners.  The present federal law prohibits ...
Legal Precedents Addressed By Injury Lawyer
Legal precedents are simply cases that have been previously reported by either an appellate court or a trial court that create some precedent or in some cases binding case law. In July of 1839 a ship full of 53 African slaves known as the La Amistad was wracked with rebellion as ...
Healthcare Finance
The field of healthcare finance is becoming an attractive domain for some very big players.  Companies such as General Electric and other big finance companies have found they can make money by stepping into the somewhat murky world of healthcare finance wherein they purchase debt that is owned by hospitals ...
Prostate Surgery Medical Malpractice
Prostate surgery medical malpractice typically is focused on the performance of prostate removal and the sometimes untoward results. A more basic analysis may be necessary as to whether the surgery should be performed at all. The need for surgery has traditionally been traced back to PSA results. The PSA historically has been ...
Teenage Wrongful Death
Teenage wrongful death is on the rise based on some figures from the year 2012.  The 2012 figures are compared to the year 2011, which was a low point in teenage highway deaths so the figures may be somewhat misleading.  In any event, what is reported in a Washington Post article ...
DNA Privacy Issues
The U.S. Supreme Court is currently confronted with some DNA privacy issues that oddly enough have put all 50 states and the District of Columbia in bed together. That is, all 50 states and Washington, DC actually agree on the policy of taking DNA samples from certain persons that are ...
Heart Savers Discussed By Medical Malpractice Attorney
With the prevalence of  heart disease in the United States, there are what might be called some "heart savers" that are procedures that are now being utilized to save lives among those people who suffer from heart disease. One of those procedures is what is called "heart regeneration".  When a heart ...
Obedience to Law
There is a general principle in Virginia that obedience to law is presumed.  That is the party bringing a civil claim along with the party who is being sued is assumed to have to complied with the law.  In one 1989 Virginia Supreme Court case, a defendant in a civil ...
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