If you or a loved one has suffered serious side effects or has died after taking any of the drugs listed below, I would like to talk with you to discuss your potential claim. Currently the following defective medical devices are on our watch list: Bair Hugger Warming Blankets-These blankets have been used on patients Read More...

Dangers of Power Windows

A 2007 study by the NHSTA revealed that on average, approximately 2,000 people are injured or killed by power windows each year.  The vast majority of injuries occur to children younger than 3. It's hard to imagine that something that seems so insignificant could permanently injure someone or even kill a child.  Power windows actually Read More...

Bed Rail Safety Alert for Elder Care

The CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) and the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) have received many death and serious injury reports related to portable adult bed rails and hospital bed rails. Most of the injuries and deaths were related to entrapment or falls. Bed rails are metal bars used on hospital beds and in home Read More...

The short answer is…. because it endangers your life, the lives of the occupants of your car, and anyone unlucky enough to be using the same stretch of highway as you.   The greatest predictor of an accident is a situation where there is a driver who is driving at a variant speed compared to Read More...

How Safe Are 15 Passenger Vans?

How Safe Are 15 Passenger Vans?   Unfortunately, the answer is, not very safe at all. Fifteen passenger vans are the kind of vans widely used by churches and civic groups. These vans actually have a higher rollover rate than ever-popular SUVs. And it turns out, that when these vans rollover, occupants are more likely Read More...

Ranked under heart disease and cancer, medical errors take more lives in the United States than other causes like car accidents, accidental shootings, falls, and poisonings. One researcher estimated some 251,000 deaths a year between the years of 2000-2008 could be attributed to medical errors, that’s a striking 700 deaths a day.   Medical errors Read More...

Honey, Did You Buy Bread?

As the first snow event of the season approaches, Roanoke and New River Valley residents are stocking up on the essentials. Forecasters are closely watching a system moving east through Tennessee and has placed most of Southwest Virginia under a Winter Weather Advisory beginning Friday, January 6 at 7pm and ending Saturday, January 7 at Read More...

AAA Releases Sleep Deprivation Study Results

I get it, the holidays are a busy time of year. Year-end deadlines, shopping, decorating, Christmas parties, and over indulging in food and drink can be blamed for not getting the sleep that you need. Or maybe you believe that you can get by on just 4 or 5 hours a night all year round Read More...

2016 Most Dangerous Toys

Dangerous Toys 2016   Every year before the Holiday season, W.A.T.C.H. a non-profit organization whose acronym stands for World Against Toys Causing Harm releases a “10 Worst List”. In order to make the list, toys are rated by their potential to cause serious injury or death to children. In the past, we’ve seen toys that Read More...

48.7 Million Americans are predicted by AAA to travel this Thanksgiving weekend. According to previous data that is a one million person increase over last year’s travelers. While many will take to the skies, and some will utilize mass transportation on trains, most will be traveling in passenger vehicles and on buses.   If you Read More...