Understanding GranuFlo and Its Dangers

January 5, 2013

(US Law) GranuFlo is a medical product known as a dry acid concentrate that has often been used in various kidney dialysis procedures. When a person’s kidneys begin to fail, some form of dialysis is necessary, and GranuFlo has been used in many different patients. Products like GranuFlo are used to extract dangerous acids and […]

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Bedsores and What Kind of Care They Indicate Is Being Provided

December 12, 2012

(United States Laws) When a person is unable to fully care for themselves, they need the support of other people, in some cases medical caregivers, to provide the care that is essential to their continued well-being. Unfortunately, in addition to the physical injuries, disabilities, and illnesses that a person usually seeks this sort of care […]

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Facts about Dog Bites and the Dogs Responsible

October 18, 2012

By far, dogs are the most common household pet in America, with 39% of households owning one or more dogs, according to the U.S. Humane Society. While many of these dogs are well-trained and loving, there are, unfortunately, many others that are aggressive and prone to harming a person if they become agitated or feel […]

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Shedding Light on Nursing Home Abuse

October 2, 2012

Nursing home abuse is a wildly under reported issue in the United States. As people are living longer, treatment in elder care facilities will need to improve drastically to accommodate the influx of residents they will receive and sustain for what can potentially be decades. The following infographic outlines the startling frequency of nursing home […]

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Recognizing and Filing a Case for Repetitive Motion Injuries

September 28, 2012

(US law and generally) Although there are certain industries in which workplace injuries are more typically the result of a sudden, traumatic accident, a large percentage of workplace injuries actually develop slowly over time.  One such example of this – repetitive motion injuries – may actually take anywhere from months to years to begin affecting […]

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