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Aug 3, 2015

Glyburide May Increase the Risk of Birth Defects in Mothers with Gestational Diabetes

By |Aug 3, 2015|Birth Injuries, Medical Malpractice, News, Safety|0 Comments

When a woman becomes pregnant, her doctor will order various tests and screenings to ensure that she and the fetus are in good health. One of those tests is for gestational diabetes, which can develop even in women who show no symptoms. Many women develop the condition; with exercise and a healthy diet, it […]

Aug 1, 2015

Baltimore Washington Medical Center May Have Used Counterfeit or Defective Spinal Hardware in Some Patients

By |Aug 1, 2015|Medical Malpractice, News, Safety|0 Comments

The University of Maryland’s Baltimore Washington Medical Center is one of many hospitals throughout the country that may have inadvertently used hardware that was not approved by the FDA in surgical procedures. According to the Baltimore Sun, the now-closed Spinal Solutions, LLC may have sold the medical center fake devices to be used in […]

Jul 29, 2015

Driver Fatigue Can Lead to Serious Car Accidents

By |Jul 29, 2015|Auto Accidents, Distracted Driving, Personal Injury, Safety, Truck Accidents|0 Comments

By now, most people are familiar with the dangers of distracted driving. Maryland has banned all hand-held cell phone use for calls or texting, and does not allow drivers with a permit or provisional license to use a hands-free device while driving, either. All drivers should also be aware of the dangers of driving […]

Jul 27, 2015

Central Line Infections Are a Leading Cause of Preventable Death in Hospitals

By |Jul 27, 2015|Medical Malpractice, Safety|0 Comments

Each year, thousands of people die preventable deaths in US hospitals because of central line infections. They occur when a doctor inserts a central line catheter, so named because they run directly to the heart, into a patient without taking the proper precautions to stop the spread of an infection. Once the bacteria gets […]

Jul 23, 2015

Avoid a Car Accident while You Ride Your Bike This Summer

By |Jul 23, 2015|Auto Accidents, Bicycle Accidents, Distracted Driving, News, Personal Injury, Products Liability, Safety|0 Comments

Summertime is the perfect time for bike rides. Whether you ride for exercise, race competitively, or simply enjoy spending a fun day with the family, bicycle safety should be in the forefront of your mind – especially because so many people will be on the roads on vacations or day trips this time of […]

Jul 21, 2015

200,000 Hummers Recalled after Cars Burst into Flames

By |Jul 21, 2015|Burn Injuries, Liability, News, Personal Injury, Products Liability, Safety|0 Comments

General Motors has issued another recall, this time for the Hummer H3 models, after 42 incidents where the cars have erupted in flames. So far none of the fires have caused a crash, and there have been no fatalities, though three drivers have suffered minor burns. Auto Blog reports that “the connector module for […]

Jul 18, 2015

Common Reasons Health Insurance Claims Are Denied

By |Jul 18, 2015|Auto Accidents, Liability, Personal Injury|0 Comments

When you are hurt in a car accident or slipping on an icy sidewalk, or if you become ill and need bloodwork and tests done to rule out certain conditions, you can submit a claim to your insurance company for reimbursement of your costs, based on what kind of insurance you have and how […]

Jul 16, 2015

Are Dangerous Medications Better than No Medications?

By |Jul 16, 2015|Medical Malpractice, News, Safety|0 Comments

It is well-documented that the diabetes drug Actos can cause life-threatening side effects, primarily bladder cancer, in certain patients. This is reason alone for many doctors to stop prescribing the drug, and for informed patients to ask for another brand of medication. But what about the people in this country who cannot afford diabetes […]

Jul 14, 2015

Tragic Accident at Boat Race Leaves Four Victims in its Wake

By |Jul 14, 2015|Auto Accidents, Safety, Wrongful Death|0 Comments

You cannot turn on the news or open a paper without seeing the smiling face of Julianne Rosela, a beautiful and vivacious young girl whose life was taken so suddenly at the Thunder on the Narrows races in Kent Narrows. She was killed when a racing boat crashed into a row of spectator boats. […]

Jul 11, 2015

Separating the Fact from the Fiction with Traumatic Brain Injuries

By |Jul 11, 2015|Brain Injuries, Personal Injury|0 Comments

There are many misconceptions about traumatic brain injuries. While any blow to the head poses some danger, a traumatic brain injury can have far-reaching effects on how a person functions after the injury. In a recent post on Task & Purpose, U.S. Army Reserve officer Pamela Holtz, a doctoral student of Clinical Psychology at […]

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