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Blog Posts in April, 2014

  • Car accident fatality numbers are worse than many people realize

    || 24-Apr-2014

    Numerous dangers exist for drivers on Brooklyn roadways, regardless of their age, and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) traffic death statistics reflect this fact. Nevertheless, there are many car accident fatalities that are not included in the annual NHTSA death toll that drivers normally look at. These accidents commonly occur off the roads, on private roadways and/or in ...
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  • Dangerous drugs: Manufacturing giant recalls over 9,000 bottles

    || 17-Apr-2014

    The foreign drug manufacturer, Lupin Ltd., has decided to recall 9,210 bottles of the drug called Suprax. The recalled bottles of Suprax failed to pass various purity tests performed in the United States, according to the Food and Drug Administration. Although the defective products are alleged to be harmless by the manufacturer, purity tests are performed for the reason of identifying and ...
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  • $2.8 million jury award in medical malpractice suit

    || 11-Apr-2014

    A family has been awarded approximately $2.88 million in financial compensation after winning a medical malpractice case. The family alleged that medical malpractice and negligence committed by a pain clinic and doctor led to the death of their son. Their son committed suicide in Feb. 2013. Although this case did not happen in New York, it does highlight the dangers and potential complications ...
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  • GM announces recall due to motor vehicle defect in many models

    || 1-Apr-2014

    Motor vehicle defects sometimes go undetected for years. Even after numerous deaths and injuries are caused by a motor vehicle defect, victims and their families may never find out that the auto manufacturer was to blame. This is why it is important for any Brooklyn driver who is injured by an auto defect to report the incident. Victims may also wish to pursue claims for damages by way of a ...
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