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Are All-Metal Hip Implants Less Safe Than Traditional Implants?

In a study, the British Medical Journal raised an inquiry into the safety of metal-on-metal hip implants. So has the FDA, which looked at the failure frequency of these medical devices. In short, some doctors and many patients now question the long-term efficacy of metal-on-metal hip implants.

What's Wrong (And Right) With The FDA

We Work to Make the FDA More Effective

This country needs a Food and Drug Administration that has the resources and clear direction necessary to assure the medicines we take and the medical devices we use are safe and do what they claim to do.

Subject of Brutal Fan Beating, Bryan Stow, on the Path to Recovery

On March 31, 2011, opening day of baseball season, Giants fan Bryan Stow was brutally beaten outside of Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. This merciless beating left Stow, a paramedic and avid fan of the visiting San Francisco Giants, with a severe traumatic brain injury. After the incident, doctors placed Stow in a medically induced coma and performed numerous procedures to remove skull fragments to relieve pressure on his brain and save his life.

European Recalls of Diabetes Drug a Sign of Things to Come?

The battle to treat diabetes has taken on a new level of challenge as evidence linking the popular drug Actos with an increased risk of bladder cancer continues to mount. The results of a preliminary study by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in June found that those taking Actos were at a higher risk of developing the serious disease.

The Berkeley Balcony Collapse: A Violation of Trust

Berkeley balcony collapse

"It's hard to imagine the pain inflicted on these wonderful young students and the massive grief to moms and dads, brothers and sisters, and friends. The pain is even worse when you realize that this was totally preventable. This company has had to pay out millions of dollars for bad balconies causing harm to innocent people. One would think that any company with integrity, once they knew of a problem, would immediately do something about it. If it weren't fixing the balconies, then at least making them inaccessible. Our law firm, Girardi & Keese, is continuing to investigate every possible aspect of this terrible tragedy and we will continue to update the public." - Attorney Tom Girardi

Lawsuits After California Sporting Event Accidents

Athletes aren't the only ones injured at sporting events. Fans can also suffer injuries from slip and falls, trip and falls, accident debris and even assault. Certain spectator accidents make the news. In 2011, news outlets told the story of a fan who suffered brain damage after a brutal attack in the parking lot at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. This year, we heard about a NASCAR Daytona 500 crash that sent debris hurtling toward fans.

Injured At L.A. LIVE?

Premises Liability Lawsuits Against Negligent L.A. LIVE Property Owners

When you go to L.A. LIVE for a concert, movie, sports event or dinner, you expect to have a good time. Yet, like in any entertainment district, some people leave with injuries caused by slip-and-falls, inadequate security and improper maintenance. If you were injured in an L.A. LIVE venue, hotel or restaurant, can you bring a lawsuit against L.A. LIVE or the business owners who failed to protect you?

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