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Jun 24, 2016

What is Cerebral Palsy?

By |Jun 24, 2016|Birth Injuries|0 Comments

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a neurological disorder which affects a person’s bodily movements and muscle coordination. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) define cerebral palsy as a group of disorders that affect a person’s ability to move and maintain balance and posture. It is also the most common childhood motor disability. […]

Jun 22, 2016

FDA Advises Restricted Use of Fluoridated Antibiotics Linked to Serious Nerve Damage

By |Jun 22, 2016|Dangerous Drugs, News, Products Liability, Safety|0 Comments

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a drug safety communication in which they advise restricting fluoroquinolone antibiotic use for uncomplicated infections who have other treatment options. An FDA safety review showed that fluoroquinolones are associated with adverse side effects that can be disabling and potentially permanent. These adverse effects involve the […]

Jun 18, 2016

FDA Warns that Diflucan May Increase a Woman’s Chance of Miscarriage

By |Jun 18, 2016|Dangerous Drugs|0 Comments

The Food & Drug Administration is looking into a Danish study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association that found an association between the use of oral fluconazole (the generic name for Diflucan) and the “risk of spontaneous abortion and stillbirth.” The current warning on the drug says it is safe for […]

Jun 15, 2016

Overcoming the Challenges of Applying for Social Security Disability Benefits

By |Jun 15, 2016|Social Security Disability|0 Comments

When you are ill or injured, and you are unable to work to support yourself and your family, the Social Security Disability benefits program is a safety net that can provide you with the income you need if you meet the requirements for being found disabled. One of the challenges of applying for SSD […]

Jun 14, 2016

Flag Day 2016

By |Jun 14, 2016|News|0 Comments

So much has been written about the repeated atrocities and epidemic of mass shootings and terror. On Flag Day, a day to be proud of our Flag and our Country, I am reflecting on the goodness of the American People. In the wake of these catastrophes, there is also much good to be recognized.

Americans […]

Jun 13, 2016

Is Distracted Driving More Dangerous than Drunk Driving?

By |Jun 13, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The dangers of drunk driving are fairly obvious. Just walking from the party to your vehicle when you have had too much to drink is tricky, let alone trying to navigate streets and highways when you are inebriated. Texting behind the wheel, however, can be done while sober, and by people who might never […]

Jun 12, 2016

7 Common Causes of Commercial Truck Accidents in Maryland

By |Jun 12, 2016|Auto Accidents, Personal Injury, Truck Accidents|0 Comments

Between their massive size and weight on the road, large commercial trucks can cause catastrophic accidents when they collide with smaller passenger vehicles on Maryland’s roads and highways. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) reports that there were 3,660 deaths in large truck crashes in 2014. While 68 percent of these were occupants […]

Jun 8, 2016

Olympus Endoscopes Lawsuits Beginning to Take Shape

By |Jun 8, 2016|Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

Last year, we wrote about a “superbug” infection caused by Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), which was linked to use of the Tokyo-based Olympus Corp.’s duodenoscopes. At that time, only two lawsuits had been filed. In January of this year, however, Olympus voluntarily recalled thousands of those scopes “two days after a U.S. Senate report concluded […]

Jun 6, 2016

5 Types of Maryland Workplace Injuries

By |Jun 6, 2016|Personal Injury, Workers Compensation|0 Comments

There are a lot of dangerous jobs out there, and some workers have a much greater risk of sustaining an injury than others. But just because you do not work in a typically dangerous profession or field, does not mean that you might not be hurt in the course of your duties. In Maryland, […]

Jun 2, 2016

Radiation Overdoses May Be the Result of Medical Negligence

By |Jun 2, 2016|Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

Cancer survivors who have undergone radiation and chemotherapy to treat the disease sometimes say that the cure is worse than the condition. Medical professionals use radiation therapies for more than just cancer treatment, however – and sometimes, they use too much. An overdose of radiation can lead to internal burn injuries, and (ironically) to […]

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