Blog Posts in February, 2016

The FDA Should Remove Approval and Force Bayer to Withdraw Essure from the Market Now

Thousands of women have reported serious problems due to a permanent birth control product called Essure . Essure is a spring-like device that is placed in a woman’s fallopian tubes by doctors to ...
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Representative Accuses FDA, Bayer of Downplaying Essure® Side Effects

Essure® is a form of permanent birth control that involves inserting metal coils in the fallopian tubes of a woman who no longer wants to have children. The metal coils force the fallopian tubes to ...
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Tort Reforms Too Limiting?

Tort reform is a contentious subject in the Unites States. Many politicians and attorneys have ranging opinions about whether the amount and limitations injury victims can file and claim should be ...
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Hawaiian Chopper Accident Being Investigated

The National Transportation Safety Board is currently investing a chopper accident involving a family of four. The details are still being analyzed, with currently inconclusive results. On Thursday ...
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How to Combat Vague FMCSR Regulations

Imagine this. It is raining, the roads are wet, and a truck changes lanes without checking its blinds spot and collides with your car. The pain of your injuries are made worse by the fact that the ...
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Congressman Questions FDA About Essure®

On February 16, Pennsylvania Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick wrote to the Food and Drug Administration with further concerns about the manufacturing of Essure® and the risks it poses to women. The letter ...
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The Fine Print: Arbitration Clauses Affecting Everyday Consumers

Smart phones. Computers. Software. These are just a few examples of products that require consumers to agree to arbitration clauses. Millions of Americans own products or have agreed to services that ...
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Study Finds That IVC Filters Are Useless Junk

It is true, a research study in the October 2015 issue of Annals of Surgery reports that inferior vena cava filters are not only capable of injuring and killing people, but that they are also ...
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Abandon the NTSB “Party System” in Aviation Accident Investigations

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is the controlling authority for aviation accident site investigations. The NTSB controls the accident site. It can exclude all other agencies from the ...
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What Do 47 Million Cars Have in Common? 20% May be Recalled

The renowned used-car provider Carfax recently estimated that nearly one in five cars on the U.S. roads are driving with a safety recall issued on their behalf. They assert that the recalls are ...
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Search Continues After Two Planes Collide Midair

The search is ongoing after two small planes crashed and one plunged into the water off of the coast of San Pedro and L.A. Harbor. Yesterday, it was reported by a private fishing vessel that they saw ...
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The Risks and Benefits of IVC Filters

A research study published in the October issue of Annals of Surgery reports that the IVC Filters are not only injuring and killing people, they’re doing so while offering no benefit whatsoever to ...
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Small Plane Crash in Fort Bend Leaves Pilot Dead, Passenger Injured

On February 1, a small plane crashed at an air strip in Fort Bend. The accident set the plane on fire, killing the pilot and leaving the passenger seriously injured. Johnny Michael Johnson, 68, a ...
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