Product Liability Case Study: Prescription DrugsJul 26th 2016 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
Product Liability Case Study: Prescription Drugs Every day, millions of people fall victim to faulty or defective products. What would surprise consumers to know is that many corporations are aware of defects before products even hit the shelves. From tainted food to disastrous environmental indiscretions, there are numerous instances of corporations deliberately endangering lives to… Read the full article »Read More
Faulty Airbags Remain in MarketJul 10th 2016 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
Faulty Airbags Remain in Market A car’s airbag system can save lives, but only when it works. Upwards of 69 million cars have recently been deemed unsafe due to faulty airbags made by Japanese company Takata. Amidst a number of deaths related to the airbags, this safety recall is the largest in automobile history. Even… Read the full article »Read More
NHTSA Reports a 47% Increase in Driving Under the Influence of MarijuanaJul 5th 2016 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
NHTSA Reports a 47% Increase in Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana There’s drinking and driving–and then there’s marijuana and driving. Since the 2012 legalization of marijuana in Colorado, car accidents involving the drug have become more prevalent, causing the state to be on the look-out for those driving while high. Of course, the risk… Read the full article »Read More
Understanding Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist CoverageJun 27th 2016 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
Understanding Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage When purchasing auto insurance, many people balk at the initial quote from the insurance company and immediately look for ways to cut down on high premium costs. Unfortunately, because they are optional in most states, uninsured (UM) and underinsured (UIM) insurance coverage are often the first things waived. In… Read the full article »Read More
Medical Errors Now a Third Leading Cause of DeathJun 14th 2016 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
Medical Errors Are Now a Leading Cause of Death We look to doctors to improve our health conditions, not make them worse. Shocking but true, a new study led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine suggests that routine medical errors are third on the list of leading causes of death in… Read the full article »Read More
Medical Malpractice Fund Reaches $406 Million SurplusMay 30th 2016 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
Medical Malpractice Fund Reaches $406 Million Surplus According to a state audit performed in February, a $1.2 billion state-run fund that pays large medical practice awards has a surplus of $783 million. Startlingly, this figure is $406 million more than recommended which illustrates just how difficult it has become for injured patients to win medical… Read the full article »Read More