Personal Injury Lawyer News
The fact that patients with a traumatic brain injury have a heightened risk of suffering pneumonia in the days following the injury, is not unknown to Los Angeles brain injury attorneys. However, a new study indicates that steroid use can reduce the risk of pneumonia in hospitalized brain injury patients.
The Food and Drug Administration has warned companies that promote a controversial treatment for autism and other conditions, called Chelation. The agency has already sent warning letters to several companies, cautioning them that the products that they promote are unapproved drugs and devices.
Chelation is a highly controversial procedure that
Enforcing food safety rules can be challenging for cash-strapped health and safety agencies that struggle with resources. It can be even more challenging when they’re dealing with establishment owners who don’t speak English, or follow different cultural beliefs. Considering that California is home to thousands of ethnic restaurants from
Under the current Attorney General of California, there have been more dismissals of elder abuse lawsuits and a rollback of surprise inspections of elder care facilities. It is a situation that should cause California elder abuse lawyers great concern because it directly impacts the safety of thousands of elderly
Do the words that fire departments use when they describe a fire diminish the fact that fires are almost entirely preventable? Are accidental fires really just an “accident”? There are questions being posed by Fire Engineering, a website dedicated to firefighting and fire prevention education. Some of the sentiments
Recreational and health fitness centers like sports clubs are very successful in California. However, these facilities are not without their dangers and risks. Injury risks can lurk in the form of defective sports or gym equipment, slip and fall risks and other factors.
Athletic Business has the following tips
With over 4.7 million fatal dog attacks and bites being reported in the US every year, and California leading the way with the highest number of dog attack-related injuries, it’s time to put “man’s best friend” in a new perspective. That can seem hard to do in a canine crazy country like ours.