RECALL: FDA Issues Recall for Certain Pacemakers

Many people are familiar with the concept of a software update. More and more, items in everyday use require regular software and firmware updates.  This has extended from our computers and our phones, to vehicles ..

Artificial Turf, Fraud, and Higher Risk of Injury

In the winter of 2015, the U.S. Women’s Soccer team caused quite a stir when they refused to play the national team of Trinidad & Tobago in a friendly pre-Women’s World Cup tournament. The team ..

21 People Injured Following MARTA Bus Crash

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that during the morning rush hour traffic in early September, a MARTA bus driver experienced a medical emergency and passed out as he was driving. The bus veered off the road ..

Shoplifting, Restorative Justice, and False Imprisonment

Shoplifting is a problem for merchants all around the world. In the US, big-box retailers are moving towards a civil solution to a criminal problem. Retailers like Target, Whole Foods Markets, and Walmart are using ..

Ball Park Injuries & The Need for More Netting

More and more we hear of individuals getting injured when hit by a bat or foul ball while sitting in the stands behind the dugouts at baseball games.  Just last week, a 3-year-old girl attending ..

Elevator Emergencies

Last month an 82-year-old man in Denver was found dead in an inoperable parking garage elevator at an apartment complex undergoing renovations.  Preliminary reports indicate that the man summoned help twice by pushing the emergency ..