The law firm of Eisbrouch Marsh is pleased to announce that Vince A. Sicari has joined the firm as Of Counsel. Mr. Sicari is a seasoned litigator who brings nearly two decades of experience in practice, from his start with a local law firm through a career as a solo practitioner handling a variety... Read Full Post
A year after initial implementation of a new series of workplace injury reporting rules, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued a report outlining conclusions drawn from accumulated data, which may serve to boost employer-based safety initiatives and produce... Read Full Post
A train accident that took the lives of two railroad workers has been attributed at least in part to failure to follow standard safety regulations. The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) confirmed that safety standards were not followed at the time of the Amtrak crash.
Specifically, the... Read Full Post
After the second straight loss for Johnson & Johnson, rumors are swirling that the company may settle the remaining talcum powder lawsuits currently pending in state courts. Last week, a Missouri state jury found the company liable for negligence and other counts, rendering a $55 million... Read Full Post
The largest naturalistic light-vehicle study ever conducted is shedding light on just how risky some behaviors are (or aren’t) for drivers. The results highlight known risk factors, such as using a cell phone or other “distracting” behaviors, but also demonstrate that drivers who are emotionally... Read Full Post
A cancer diagnosis brings fear and uncertainty; the hair loss that has come to be recognized as a symbol of chemotherapy often amplifies the sense of loss of personal control that cancer brings.
Typically, chemo-related hair loss is temporary, but new lawsuits are being filed by users of Taxotere... Read Full Post
In an effort to cut down on the sometimes tragic effects of drowsy driving, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) have released a call for input on a proposed rule on obstructive sleep apnea.
According to the March 8, 2016, notice, the... Read Full Post
New York state nursing homes repeatedly violate legal standards of care and act with practical impunity, says Laurie Kash, who has pursued wide-scale nursing home reform for nearly a decade. Kash’s plight began when her own mother suffered the indescribable horrors of elder neglect and malpractice... Read Full Post
Children who suffer traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), even mild ones, may suffer from long-term behavioral and cognitive impairments, according to a recent study. Researchers also found that home environment can contribute to the level of impairment.
The study, published on February 22 in the... Read Full Post
Officials are still scrambling to discover the cause of a fatal crane accident in lower Manhattan on the morning of Friday, February 5. What was supposed to be a routine securing of the 565-foot crane turned into tragedy as the construction workers somehow lost control of the boom, and watched in... Read Full Post
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