Blog Posts in June, 2018


    The FDA recently announced additional warnings for Gadolinium-based contrast agents which are commonly used during MRI procedures. The warning states: "The FDA reviewed available data about the retention of gadolinium from gadolinium-based contrast agents as part of its role in monitoring the post-market safety of drugs. As a result of that review, we recommend that health care professionals ...
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  • Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) Summit

    In our ongoing effort to help children born addicted to or in withdrawal from opioids, we hosted an “Opioid Summit” at our offices in Louisville, Kentucky on May 14, 2018. We invited attorneys and other professionals from across the country to come to discuss and find solutions to the complex issues involved in handling opioid cases involving innocent newborns. Babies can suffer Neonatal ...
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  • Safety Tips to Avoid Swimming Pool Accidents

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are more than 3,000 unintentional drowning deaths each year in the United States. Thousands of children require emergency medical care for drowning incidents, and nonfatal accidents may result in brain damage and other long-term disabilities. Our firm wants to provide you with practical safety tips so you and your family can ...
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  • What Should I Do After a Car Accident?

    Being in a car accident is a scary and stressful experience. There are several things you can do to increase your safety and, if you are injured, to protect your ability to seek compensation. Our firm has guided countless clients to successful legal outcomes, and we want you to be informed of the steps you need to take after a car accident. After a car crash, you should: Check for injuries. It is ...
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