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    • Bailey & Oliver File Class Action Against Toyota

      Bailey & Oliver File Class Action Against Toyota

      The Bailey & Oliver Law Firm filed a class action lawsuit against Toyota in February 2010 because of the dangerous defects inherent in Toyota’s electronic throttle control systems.

      The…

    • Expansion of Long-Term Care Hospitals Driven by Profit

      Expansion of Long-Term Care Hospitals Driven by Profit

      Dr. Jeremy M. Kahn of the University of Pennsylvania has received a federal grant to study long-term care hospitals, and the results are not good.
      Long-term care hospitals are theoretically best…

    • Stop Preventable Hospital Acquired Infections

      Stop Preventable Hospital Acquired Infections

      In the United States, we have a health-care system that’s been largely unaccountable to the public it serves. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has been collecting and analyzing…

    • Hospital Acquired Infections Can Be Prevented

      Hospital Acquired Infections Can Be Prevented

      Some hospitals have a zero rate of central line infections, while others have over 200% more infections than normal. How can this be?
      Let’s look at the data. Central line infections occur…

    • Toyota Sudden Acceleration Danger

      Toyota Sudden Acceleration Danger

      Sudden acceleration of Toyota vehicles presents a present danger to the American public. In a recent series of sudden acceleration cases it has become apparent that floor mats have caused a number…

    • Swine Flu Shots…Are The Shots Dangerous?

      Swine Flu Shots…Are The Shots Dangerous?

      Rush Limbaugh says he is not taking a swine flu shot. He is a smart man. In today’s Arkansas Democrat Gazette Mike Masterson wrote an excellent article about the dangers of the shot. Should we…

    • The Negligent Doctor Protection Act

      The Negligent Doctor Protection Act

      New efforts by the insurance industry to transfer the cost of caring for catastrophically injured Americans to taxpayers have surfaced. If the insurance industry is successful in its efforts to…

    • Never Events

      Never Events

      Did you know that Medicare and Medicaid are no longer reimbursing for “never events” that happen in hospitals?
      What are never events?

      1. Vascular catheter-associated bloodstream…

    • Medical Malpractice and Caps

      Medical Malpractice and Caps

      Caps on malpractice verdicts hurt a few severely injured people. Example: A twenty five year old patient loses her good leg because the surgeon amputates the wrong leg first and then has to amputate…

    • Medication Errors

      Medication Errors

      Medication errors injure over a million patients a year. Medication errors are by far the most common medical error. A report by the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, found than in…