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  • Is California Doing Enough to Prevent Prescription Deaths?
    Is California Doing Enough to Prevent Prescription Deaths?

    As San Diego medical malpractice lawyers , we are concerned by a new report suggesting that California is not doing enough to prevent prescription deaths caused by reckless doctors. The Los Angeles ...

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  • Distracted Driving Puts Pedestrians and Bicyclists at Greatest Risk
    Distracted Driving Puts Pedestrians and Bicyclists at Greatest Risk

    While distracted driving puts everyone on the road in danger, bicyclists and pedestrians are at greatest risk for being killed in a crash, according to a new study. Researchers at the University of ...

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  • Federal Government Report Touts Declining Medical Errors
    Federal Government Report Touts Declining Medical Errors

    The federal government recently released a report suggesting that the incidence of medical errors in U.S. hospitals has declined in recent years. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) ...

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  • Baby Rattles Recalled Over Choking Hazard
    Baby Rattles Recalled Over Choking Hazard

    Rattles are often children’s first toys, in large part because they are considered safe and stimulating for small babies. However, as San Diego product liability lawyers, we know that not all baby ...

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  • Ventilator Errors Linked to 119 Deaths
    Ventilator Errors Linked to 119 Deaths

    More than a hundred patients on ventilators have died since 2005 due to medical errors involving the machines’ warning alarms, a new Boston Globe investigation reports. According to the paper, a ...

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  • Could Free Speech Ruling Put Patients at Risk?
    Could Free Speech Ruling Put Patients at Risk?

    As San Diego injury attorneys , we are concerned that a recent free speech ruling could put patients at risk. The Second Circuit Court of Appeals recently overturned the criminal conviction of a ...

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