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Canadian Woman Sues Surgeon for Leaving Medical Tape Inside Her Body

Friday, February 14, 2014

A Canadian woman says the Saskatchewan health system and a surgeon failed her, and is suing for malpractice after it was found that a surgeon had left medical tape inside her body following a procedure.  The woman, Melinda Baum of Swift Current, says she had to endure a four-year health care nightmare because of the […]  Read More»

Icy Conditions Lead to 100-vehicle Auto Accident Outside Philadelphia

Friday, February 14, 2014

Mere hours after the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) lifted a 45 mph speed limit restriction for major roadways, the icy conditions on the turnpike outside Philadelphia contributed to a massive pile up this morning. Officials estimate that as many as 100 vehicles were involved in the enormous auto accident, leaving dozens injured and hundreds […]  Read More»

Are Certain Dogs More Likely To Bite?

Friday, February 14, 2014

An animal control supervisor in Lafayette, Ind. has said no breed of dog is more likely to bite than another, claiming dogs’ lack of socialization leads to bites. Supervisor Josh Klumpe said education is crucial to prevent dog bite attacks. In an interview with WLFI, Klumpe said he does not believe one breed, like pit […]  Read More»

Louisiana Worker Sues Over Alleged Workplace Forklift Injuries

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Employees in any industry should be able to expect safe conditions at their workplace. Unfortunately, that is not always the case, and some industries are more predisposed to having on-the-job incidents than others. For instance, construction workers and factory employees are typically at a higher risk of being hurt while they’re at work than the […]  Read More»

Pace Bus Auto Accident in Romeoville Kills One, Injures Three

Thursday, February 13, 2014

An Oak Park man was killed yesterday in a suburban Chicago auto accident that left three others injured. The driver was traveling east on Renwick Road yesterday morning when he crossed into the opposite lane, colliding head-on with a Pace bus and then hitting another car. In addition to the driver losing his own life […]  Read More»

Louisiana Flavoring Manufacturer Cited After Fire Burns Worker

Thursday, February 13, 2014

In a 2013 a chemical fire at a Louisiana flavoring manufacturing plant, a worker was severely injured and burned. Now, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited the business owner—Carol Callahan, operating the business Natural Advantage—with 19 different health and safety violations. The proposed penalties for the violations total […]  Read More»

Graco Product Recall – What You Need to Know

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

As it is breaking headlines everywhere, Chicago products liability attorneys want you to be aware of the recent recall that was announced by the National Highway Traffic Association (NHTSA). As one of the largest recalls ever, Graco has agreed to recall 3.7 million child car seats that were manufactured in recent years, and according to […]  Read More»

Brain Injuries Could Cause Early Death, Study Says

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Those who have suffered traumatic brain injuries have an increased risk for early death, a study in Sweden has suggested. The data also suggested those who have had mild concussions—a frequent injury for those who play contact sports and those in the military—could also be at risk. People who have had traumatic brain injuries are […]  Read More»

Feds Declare Trucker from Fatal I-88 Crash an “Imminent Hazard”

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Following last month’s crash on I-88 that left a tollway worker dead and an Illinois State Police officer critically injured, an investigation by federal officials has deemed the truck driver who caused the accident an “imminent hazard to public safety,” and barred him from operating commercial vehicles in the future. The auto accident occurred when […]  Read More»

Study Finds Misdiagnosis to be Most Common Malpractice Claim

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

When it comes to seeking quality medical care, one thing that we all hope to be able to rely on is receiving accurate information. Too many people know the experience of being told that they have a condition only to find out later that they don’t, or of being told that they don’t have a […]  Read More»