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Ovarian Cancer from Asbestos in Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder products

by Michael Spencer | Jul 25th, 2018

Johnson & Johnson has been a trusted provider of safe and healthy personal hygiene and household products until now. J&J was established in — and introduced J&J baby powder in —. The primary ingredient in J&J baby powder was and remains to be the mineral known as Talc. In fact, for over – years J&J […]

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3 Myths About Car Accident Claims

by Michael Spencer | Jan 30th, 2018

Myth #1: You have to “go to court” or sue someone after a car accident. Almost always, you do not need to file a lawsuit to receive compensation for your auto accident claim. Instead, you or your attorney will open up an insurance claim with the insurance company of the driver that caused the accident. […]

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What to Know About Towing After a Car Accident

by Michael Spencer | Jan 15th, 2018

If your car is not drivable after an accident, you will need to have it towed from the scene. For many of us, this can be a sad, emotional day. We love our cars. Being separated from them so unexpectedly after an accident can be stressful. To help answer some of your questions and get […]

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Do I need a lawyer after a car accident?

by Michael Spencer | Dec 28th, 2017

If you were injured in a car accident you might be asking yourself “Do I need a lawyer after a car accident?” Despite having many good reasons to hire a personal injury lawyer, many people are uncomfortable talking to a lawyer after an accident. They think the attorney will cost too much money or will […]

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Personal Injury Lawsuits and Time Limits — Statute of Limitations

by Michael Spencer | Nov 3rd, 2017

Sometimes people call us or schedule a consultation and tell us that the incident that caused their injury happened a number of years ago. Unfortunately, if too many years have passed since the injury happened, it may be difficult for us to help because the law sets limits on the time frame in which a […]

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Tire Safety Tips

by Michael Spencer | Oct 27th, 2017

Did you know that tires are one of the most important safety features on your car or truck? But to do their job, they have to be in good shape.* Things to regularly keep an eye on include Making sure that the tires have the correct inflation pressure. Both under-inflation and over-inflation can cause problems […]

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by Michael Spencer | Oct 20th, 2017

Information released by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) Pool Safely: Simple Steps Save Lives campaign, shows that 90 children younger than 15 have drowned in swimming pools since Memorial Day. 72% of those children were younger than 5 years old. An additional 106 children of that age required emergency response for near-drowning incidents. Drowning Is […]

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Road Debris Causes More Than 25,000 Crashes Per Year

by Michael Spencer | Oct 13th, 2017

That’s right. According to a report by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, vehicle-related road debris is estimated to cause over 25,000 crashes and 80-90 deaths per year in North America. While that’s a tiny fraction of overall accidents and deaths (thankfully), these incidents affect all of us. We pay for them one way or another […]

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by Michael Spencer | Oct 6th, 2017

Peg Perego issued a recall of about 223,000 strollers on June 24th because of a risk of entrapment and strangulation. The recall involves two different older versions* of the Peg Perego strollers, Venezia and Pliko-P3 (model numbers are printed on a white label on the back of the Pliko P-3′s stroller seat and on the Venezia stroller’s footboard). […]

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9 Out of 10 Cyclists Killed Were Not Wearing a Helmet

by Michael Spencer | Sep 29th, 2017

Have you seen the photos of the Olympic cyclists in action? Have you noticed what they all have in common regardless of where they’re from? Helmets! They’re all wearing helmets. They know that bike helmets not only save lives but also prevent or lessen the severity of brain injuries during bike crashes. A properly fitted bicycle helmet […]

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Utah Recovers $11M Per Year from Medicaid Fraud Prosecutions

by Michael Spencer | Sep 22nd, 2017

Utah’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit has recovered and average of $11M per year for the time period 2007 – 2011. Other states with similarly sized recovery programs recouped an average of $3M annually for that time period. Why does this matter? Because Medicaid fraud affects all of us — individually as consumers of Medicaid services and […]

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