Category: Personal Injury

Traumatic Brain Injuries Often The Beginning Of A Disease Process

According to a recent study, traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) have now been linked to the onset of several debilitating diseases. Commonly associated with birth trauma, car accidents, and sport’s injuries, TBIs have now been shown to set off a neurological process associated with Alzheimer’s, sleep apnea, ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease. Complicating… read more

Senator Questions Company’s Response To Paid Consultant’s Complaints About Zimmer Durom Cup

In a letter, previously posted on the WSJ website, to Zimmer CEO David Dvorak, Senator Charles Grassley raised questions regarding how the company responds to criticisms concerning joint replacement products, including the Zimmer Durom Cup (also known as the Zimmer Durom Acetabular Cup), by physicians who are paid company consultants. Grassley has a history of… read more


Reglan is a prescription drug pushed by pharmaceutical companies to patients to treat Gastroesophageal reflux (GER) Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Many studies dating back from the 1970s have shown that Reglan is ineffective in resolving GER and GERD. A 2006 study published in Nature Clinical Practice: Gastroenterology & Hepatology concluded that “the evidence base for… read more

Albuquerque Motorcycle Crash On Dangerous S Curve Underscores Need For Safety Improvements

Albuquerque’s “S Curve” – the section of Universe Boulevard near Volcano Vista High School has long been known as a dangerous stretch. Sunday night’s motorcycle crash, which occurred when a motorcyclist crashed into an SUV at the curve, re-ignited the debate between Albuquerque Public School and city officials over when the improvements will be made…. read more