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Blog Posts in December, 2015

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  • Understanding the Risks of Medical Implants
    Understanding the Risks of Medical Implants

    Medical implants can take the place of a missing body part or deliver much needed medication. However, if these devices are defective or implanted improperly by a doctor, the consequences can be life ...

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  • What Is Pharmacy Malpractice?
    What Is Pharmacy Malpractice?

    As San Diego medical malpractice attorneys , we know that medical mistakes can take many forms. When a pharmacist is negligent, it is often referred to as pharmacy malpractice. Alarmingly, nearly ...

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  • Fiat Chrysler Faces $70 Million Fine for Failing to Report Safety Data
    Fiat Chrysler Faces $70 Million Fine for Failing to Report Safety Data

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) continues to crack down on automakers’ failures to report safety data. The regulator recently announced that it fined Fiat Chrysler ...

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  • What Is the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program?
    What Is the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program?

    Vaccinations will prevent more than 700,000 deaths among children born in the last 20 years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, in some cases, they can cause harm, ...

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  • Home Depot Continued to Sell Recalled Products
    Home Depot Continued to Sell Recalled Products

    Once a product recall is announced, retailers are immediately required to remove the defective item from store shelves and halt all sales. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), ...

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  • Should California Doctors Have to Disclose Their Probation Status?
    Should California Doctors Have to Disclose Their Probation Status?

    The California Medical Board recently voted down a proposal that would have required doctor to disclose to patients in writing that they have been placed on probation. The Board is now considering a ...

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