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In January, 2008, a Cleveland hospital patient, one Edward Balcerzak, was recovering from surgery. He choked on the material regurgitated from his stomach, and this interfered with breathing to tRead More..
On February 15, 2007, in Wichita, Kansas, a three-year-old boy was hit and killed in a McDonalds restaurant drive-through lane. His name was Cody Schuber and he was catching uRead More..
On February 20, 2008 in Wilkes-Barre, PA, one Sarah Marquis was sentenced to two to eight years in prison for killing a young man of 19, Erik Vannucchi in PlymoutRead More..
Health Net Inc. is one of California’s biggest for-profit insurers and has had a practice of canceling the policies of ill people. On February 22, 2008, an arbitration judge ruledRead More..
Rhode Island Attorney General Patrick Lynch announced late last year that $1.2 million in grants was available to fight lead paint poisoning. This stems from DuPont’s $9 million donation theyRead More..
The United States Department of Agriculture, yesterday, announced the largest beef recall ever in the country. The recall of 143 million pounds of frozen beef from a California slaughterhouse stemsRead More..
Some of you may remember Pittsburgh Steeler linebacker Justin Strzelczyk who was killed in a fiery automobile crash in 2004 at the age of 36. Autopsy reports showed that tRead More..
We often hear about doctors being involved in multi-million dollar lawsuits, but it is rare that the physician is actually the one suing rather than the one being suedRead More..