INFANT IBUPROFEN RECALL

Drug Company Tris Pharma has issued a voluntarily recall on infant painkiller from three stores: CVS, Walmart, and Family Dollar. The company recalled “Concentrated Oral Suspension, USP (NSAID), 50 mg per 1.25 mL” sold in 0.5 ounce bottles. Tris Pharma believes the liquid medication could contain more concentrated amounts of ibuprofen. Because they can be […]

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Electrocution Death

Unfortunately, in this line of work, you hear a lot about the worst kinds of tragedies and accidents.  Today, I learned about a tragedy at a TVA dam in Florence, Alabama where a TVA worker was electrocuted after he came in contact with a “live electrical box”.  The Chattanooga Times Free Press reported the man […]

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Airbag Dangers — Passenger Seat

Believe it or not the Airbags in your car are complex safety devices that can be deadly when not used properly. How do you properly use an airbag? This is a good question. The vehicle manufacturers design the airbag with the assumption that the occupant of a vehicle will be seated in the seat and […]

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Feet First-Water Safety

Every summer we hear tragic stories about people of all ages being injured in diving accidents.  Diving into shallow water is extremely dangerous.  Diving into shallow water can cause head injuries and neck injuries that can cause paralyzation or death. When reading an article in the Mississippi Press about a Pascagoula woman, I was reminded […]

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Do You Have Enough Insurance?

Unfortunately, most of us don’t really find out the answer to this important question until it is too late.  I cannot tell you how many times I have had clients come into my office with very serious injuries, huge medical bills and little to no insurance to cover the situation.  What’s worse, many hospitals in Mississippi […]

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