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Will Nevada Propose a New Risk Assessment Test for Defective Products?

Every year, millions of people are harmed because of defective products. Some states are opting to use a test to determine defects that many […]

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Top 8 Reasons For Medical Device Recalls

The FDA is on pace to recall more defective medical devices in 2016 than in any previous year. Eight factors are driving the number of recalls to increase each year.

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Crib Recalls: What Every Parent Should Know

When parents purchase a baby bed or crib, they expect that it is safe for use. However, many baby beds and cribs, even […]

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Listeria Outbreaks in Food and Expected Health Impacts

Recalls of food products are becoming more and more of a problem. Trader Joe’s is the latest grocery store to issue a recall. Over […]

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Well Care Pharmacy Issues Recall Due to Sterility Concerns

Reno medical product liability attorney Matt Sharp recognizes the importance of safely compounded medications. However, medications that are improperly compounded can have serious adverse […]

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Consumer Warning. Recalled Toys Sold Online.

Toys available online may have been subject to recalls. Buying toys online can pay off for parents looking for a discount, unfortunately, it’s […]

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How the FDA Impacts a Defective Medical Device Lawsuit

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) protects the public from dangerous drugs and medical devices through a rigorous approval process. After a device […]

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Five Reasons Why Insurance Companies Reject Death Benefits

Life insurance companies have very strict rules about when they pay out for death benefits and how they deny claims for families. When an […]

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Finding Fault in Fitness Equipment

Swimsuit season brings a rush to gyms and fitness centers as people aim to get in shape for summer outings and vacations. This means […]

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Nursing homes often administer antipsychotic drugs without consent

A recent, unprecedented settlement against a U.S. nursing home is raising questions nationwide about how many nursing home residents are overmedicated with antipsychotic […]

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