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Distracted Driving Awareness not just a month for PA Lawyer

It is once again National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Philadelphia personal injury Lawyer Joel Feldman launched the End Distracted Driving (EndDD.org) Student Awareness initiative during Distracted Driving Awareness Month 2012. The campaign connected more than 800 trial lawyers with nearly 40,000 students in the U.S. and Canada with the goal of getting young drivers to adopt safer driving habits. Since then, the presentations have been seen by more than 250,000 teens across North America in addition to members of professional organizations and clubs. more »


Proposed Bill to Change Pennsylvania Vaccine Exemption Requirements

A Pennsylvania senate committee made a resolution to increase the state’s vaccinate rate, which is the second lowest in the country, according to Philly.com.  Among the recommendations is HB 883, a bill to remove the option to waive vaccine requirements due to philosophical reasons. more »


Birth Injury Lawsuit for Macrosomic Complications

A macrosomic fetus –a baby larger than eight pounds, 15 ounces– is more likely to suffer from birth injuries during delivery, according to the Mayo Clinic.  However, birth injuries caused by macrosomic complications can be prevented.
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FDA Medical Device Approval and Hip Implant Lawsuits

The controversial  U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) approval process for medical devices was recently discussed in a March 22, 2015, Wall Street Journal article. more »


FDA Warning Sparks Axiron Lawsuits

On March 3, 2015 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that warning labels on testosterone drugs, including Axiron, must include heart attack and stroke risks. more »


Younger Adults More Likely to Worry about Vaccine Injuries

Until recently, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) believed that measles was eradicated in 2000.  During the first 30 days of 2015, the CDC reported 102 cases of measles in 14 states believed to be linked to an outbreak in Disneyland. The United States is experiencing resurgence in measles because more parents are choosing not to vaccinate their children, Fox News reported.

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New Restrictions for Nursing Home Negligence Lawsuits

West Virginia legislators recently passed a bill to extend medical malpractice liability caps to nursing homes, pharmacies and other health care providers. more »


Snow Removal Laws Impact Slip and Fall Lawsuits

Inclement weather during this time of year can be a nuisance for Pennsylvania residents. To make the winter less dangerous, property owners are required to treat snow and ice on their property within a reasonable time limit. Failure to do so exposes the property owner to liability for a slip and fall lawsuit.

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Jury Finds in Favor of Plaintiff in Risperdal Lawsuit

A Philadelphia jury has handed down a $2.5 million dollar verdict against pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson (J&J) in connection with a  Risperdal Lawsuit filed on behalf of a young man who developed gynecomastia as a result of taking the antipsychotic drug. more »


Men Taking a Stand with AndroGel Lawsuits

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on March 3, 2015 it will require manufacturers to update the warning labels of testosterone drugs to include heart attack and stroke risks.  The warning comes too late for several men who have already filed AndroGel lawsuits for life-threatening injuries they weren’t warned about.

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