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    1. PREVENT CHILDHOOD DEATHS IN HOT CARS

      May 13, 2022 by admin

      The weather is starting to warm up. Before we know it, Summer will be here with scorching heat in the Counties of Berks, Schuylkill, Montgomery, Lancaster, and Lebanon and throughout Pennsylvania. However, it does not take hot weather for children to end up in danger. Parents and caregivers must be vigilant about the everyday threat of children (and pets) dying in hot cars.


    2. Calls on Congress to Renew the Fight for Transparency and Accountability from Asbestos Corporations

      April 20, 2015 by admin

      From the American Association for Justice:  Washington, DC— The following is a statement from American Association for Justice President Lisa Blue on Asbestos Awareness Week “This Asbestos Awareness Week, we honor and remember the countless lives lost to asbestos diseases, and we renew our commitment to seek justice and accountability from the corporations that knowingly poisoned and […]


    3. CLEANLINESS IS PARAMOUNT WITH ENDOSCOPES

      April 13, 2015 by admin

      (Philadelphia Inquirer:  Published 04/12/2015, Avril, Tom, Web) A few years ago, researchers from 3M Co. tested 245 endoscopes – long tubes used to look inside the colon and other organs – to see whether the devices had been properly scrubbed of blood, tissue, and other human debris.  The results of the tests, conducted at five […]


    4. TRAFFIC DEATHS IN PENNSYLVANIA REACH ALL-TIME LOW

      April 10, 2015 by admin

      A favorable trend has continued, and traffic fatalities in Pennsylvania are at an all-time low as a result.  The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Transportation (“PennDOT”), recently issued a News Release, which is excerpted below, on the subject: “Traffic deaths in Pennsylvania in 2014 reached an all-time low, continuing a favorable trend as safety advocates […]


    5. Safety in the News From the American Association for Justice

      March 25, 2015 by admin

      Drug Safety Drug Makers Spending More For Advertising, Marketing The Washington Post (3/24, Millman, 5.17M) “Wonkblog” reports that market research firm Kantar Media analyzed how much drug companies were spending on advertising and marketing. According to the firm’s figures, pharmaceutical companies in 2014 “spent $4.5 billion marketing prescription drugs” directly to consumers, which is “up from […]


    6. Kraft Recalls More Than 6 Million Boxes Of Macaroni And Cheese Because They May Contain Metal

      March 20, 2015 by admin

      (Washington Post:  Published 03/18/2015, Izadi, Elahe, Web) Kraft is voluntarily recalling thousands of cases of its original-flavored macaroni and cheese due to a concern that some boxes may contain pieces of metal.  According to Kraft, eight consumer complaints have been logged about the product, but there have been no reported injuries. “We deeply regret this situation and apologize […]


    7. Truck Companies Escape Accountability for Deadly Crashes Because Minimum Insurance Requirements Have Languished

      March 12, 2015 by admin

      From the American Association for Justice:  Washington, D.C. — The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) should update the minimum insurance requirements for trucks and buses, American Association for Justice (AAJ) President Lisa Blue Baron said today in public comments to the agency. The minimums have not been updated for more than three decades, putting the […]


    8. U.S. Government Report Outlines Foods Most Prone To Pathogens

      March 3, 2015 by admin

      (Philly.com:  Published 02/24/2015, Steenhuysen, Julie, Web) More than 80 percent of cases of a certain E. coli illness were linked to beef and vegetables grown in rows, according to a U.S. government report on Tuesday.  Salmonella infections were traced to a wider variety of foods ranging from tomatoes and sprouts to chicken, beef and pork, the […]


    9. Emails Show Nursing Home Lobbyists Pressuring State On Lawsuits

      February 18, 2015 by admin

      From the Member’s News Brief of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice  for February 18, 2015- Nursing home inspectors are supposed to keep the homes safe for your loved ones. But Action News (WTAE – Pittsburgh) Investigates has found a case of the nursing home industry telling the nursing home regulators how to do their job […]


    10. House Passes Bill To Weaken Safety Laws, Block Public Protections

      February 9, 2015 by admin

      From the American Association for Justice:   The U.S. House of Representatives passed a sweeping bill that would make it nearly impossible for federal agencies to issue new standards that protect the public. The bill would effectively weaken a wide range of existing laws that Americans count on, from the Clean Water Act to the Food […]


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