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    • Who Is Bishop Parkes and How Will He Treat Our Children?

      Who Is Bishop Parkes and How Will He Treat Our Children?

      In a somewhat surprising announcement, Pope Francis announced yesterday that Bishop Gregory Parkes of Pensacola-Tallahassee will be the new bishop of St. Petersburg.  Parkes will be installed as the fifth bishop of the local diocese since its founding in 1968 […]

    • Stryker Hip Implant Recall of LFIT V40 Femoral Head

      Stryker Hip Implant Recall of LFIT V40 Femoral Head

        Stryker Orthopedics issued a recall letter on August 19, 2016 for one of its hip implant heads. Stryker sent a letter to medical professionals advising them that the LFIT V40 femoral head was involved in a higher than expected […]

    • Xarelto Bleeding Complication Lawsuits Increasing

      Xarelto Bleeding Complication Lawsuits Increasing

        The wave of litigation stemming from Xarelto bleeding complications continues to grow. There are now almost 7,000 pending lawsuits, including 2,800 federal cases that have been consolidated into multidistrict litigation and being overseen by the Honorable Judge Eldon E. […]

    • Cordis IVC Filter Lawsuits

      Cordis IVC Filter Lawsuits

      Cordis Corporation, makers of OptEase and TrapEase IVC filters, currently faces over 140 lawsuits alleging life-threatening injuries after being implanted with their filters. IVC, inferior vena cava filters are spider-like device that are inserted into the vena cava and designed […]

    • Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi Puts Politics Ahead of Her Job

      Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi Puts Politics Ahead of Her Job

        Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi has a responsibility as our chief law enforcement officer to protect Florida residents from fraudulent schemes and to uphold the integrity of our legal system. The documents from her office obtained by the Associated […]

    • Right to Jury Trial is a Foundation of the Declaration of Independence

      Right to Jury Trial is a Foundation of the Declaration of Independence

        On July 4, 1776, the founding fathers of the United States signed the Declaration of Independence stating: We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain […]

    • Larry the Cable Guy doesn’t tell you that Prilosec Causes Kidney Damage

      Larry the Cable Guy doesn’t tell you that Prilosec Causes Kidney Damage

      For frequent heartburn sufferers, doctors often prescribe Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs), which work by reducing the amount of acid in the stomach. The drugs are so popular in fact, that the PPI market is worth over $10 billion in the […]

    • Hip Implant Recall Lawsuits Continue to be Filed

      Hip Implant Recall Lawsuits Continue to be Filed

        Tens of thousands of lawsuits over defective hip implants have been settled over the last two years for billions of dollars. But hip implant litigation is far from over. Poorly designed hips are still failing and new lawsuits are […]

    • Barnett Outdoors, LLC – Targeted by Injured Crossbow Hunters

      Barnett Outdoors, LLC – Targeted by Injured Crossbow Hunters

      It’s hunting season! Crossbows were romanticized in The Walking Dead and The Hunger Games, but if you are thinking about getting one, there is something you should know about crossbows, particularly Barnett crossbows Barnett Jackal Barnett Ghost 350 Barnett Crossbows […]

    • Book Review: The Well Armored Child by Joelle Casteix

      Book Review: The Well Armored Child by Joelle Casteix

      This book is subtitled: A Parent’s Guide to Preventing Sexual Abuse. Here, Ms. Casteix provides the reader with compelling and concise information about the dynamics of child sexual abuse. She lists and dispels a number of myths that have served […]