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Blog Posts in May, 2012

  • Pradaxa Use Blamed For Uncontrollable Internal Bleeding, Death

    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) began a safety review of the blood thinner and anticoagulant drug Pradaxa (dabigatran) last December after serious and fatal events were reported relating to uncontrolled bleeding or hemorrhaging caused by the dangerous drug . According to Pradaxa manufacturer, German pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim, 260 people worldwide have died from ...
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  • Texting leads to fatal accident, wrongful death suit

    We have discussed the dangers surrounding teenage drivers many times. Because teenagers have been found more likely to text and drive, they are also more likely to be involved in fatal motor vehicle accidents . As a reminder of this extreme danger, we will discuss the story of a 17-year-old girl who got behind the wheel of her car with her cell phone within easy reach. This was all it took for her ...
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  • Study finds teen auto accidents rises with passengers

    It should come as no surprise to Florida residents that teenage drivers are more likely to be involved in fatal car accidents . This is a well-documented fact. What may be news, however, are the recent results from a AAA study. The study, the Foundation for Traffic Safety, analyzed federal fatality statistics. That data shows that the risk of being involved in a fatal crash multiplies depending ...
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  • Birth injury causes cerebral palsy, jury finds hospital at fault

    Birth injuries can be among the most devastating injuries to Florida parents, especially when the parents' hopes and dreams for their unborn child are destroyed by the negligence of a doctor, nurse or health care facility. The mother of one child suffered through this traumatic experience that continues even today after her child was born with cerebral palsy . When the mother was 36 weeks pregnant ...
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  • May Kicks Off Motorcycle Awareness Month In Florida

    Four years after passing legislation requiring all motorcycle riders go through a training course before earning a motorcycle endorsement on a Florida driver's license, the number of fatal motor cycle accidents in Florida has declined annually. Coupled with efforts aimed at increasing awareness off motorcycles and motorcycle safety issues, including declaring May to be Motorcycle Safety Awareness ...
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  • Doctors Often Hide Or Do Not Disclose Medical Mistakes

    Have you received bad news or less than positive news after seeing a doctor, physician or surgeon and were left wondering what went wrong? Chances are, the health care professional involved won't tell you exactly what happened, particularly if he or she made a medical mistake in caring for you or a loved one. According to a survey by researchers at Harvard Medical School, 34 percent of doctors ...
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