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Drunk Driving Deaths Continue to Rise in Connecticut

Drunk driving is a killer.  Of that, there is no question. But did you know that Connecticut stands well above the national average for the percentage of fatal crashes involving a drunk driver? Forty-three percent of all fatal car accidents in this state in 2017 (the latest year for which data is available) involved at… read more →

X-ray scan image of hip joints with orthopedic hip joint replacement implant

Hard to Believe but Painfully True

It would seem reasonable to assume that any medical device recommended for implantation in a human body would have FDA approval for safety and efficacy – right? That’s what most consumers in the U.S. believe. Sadly – it’s not the case. The vast majority of medical devices are approved by the FDA but have undergone… read more →

Fiery car on the side of the road.

Kia and Hyundai Under Investigation for Mysterious Car Fires

Do you own a Kia or a Hyundai car built between 2010-2015 with a 2.0- or 2.4-liter engine? If you do – your vehicle is at risk of catching fire after stalling. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has just opened an investigation into these automakers after reviewing over 3,000 reports of fires in… read more →

Are Your Lawn Products Safe?

Spring is here – and with it a desire for most to both work and play in our yards and gardens. If you are like many homeowners, you probably routinely use a variety of lawn and garden treatments to keep your grass green and weed free. And that’s where dangers may lie. Many homeowners have… read more →

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Walking Local Roads Becoming More Dangerous

Do you walk your dog around your neighborhood or take strolls after dinner to stretch your legs? If you do – be careful.  Walking on local roads is getting increasingly dangerous. According to the Governors Highway Safety Association, the number of pedestrian deaths in the U.S. is now at a 28-year high. In fact, pedestrian… read more →

Collision between two cars on the asphalt road

A Disturbing and Stubborn Trend on Our Highways…

According to the National Safety Council, America has just experienced three straight years of 40,000 plus highway fatalities each year. This development comes after U.S. traffic deaths had begun declining beginning in 2006.  From 2006 to 2010, highway fatalities fell by about eight-percent before leveling off at approximately 37,000 per year. Then without warning, fatalities… read more →

A bottle of spilled prescription pills.

Lawsuit Against The Family That Owns Purdue Pharma Revealing

With the death toll from opioid addiction climbing by thousands annually, a number of cities and states are moving to take action against the drug companies that developed and sold these drugs for the past 20 years. The state of Massachusetts is taking the matter a step further. That state’s Attorney General is charging that… read more →

Spilled baby powder.

Johnson & Johnson’s Deadly Secret About Their Talcum Powder

For generations, Johnson & Johnson products have been trusted as safe for use by the entire family.  The company built there entire branding effort around that core idea.  Safe and gentle for the whole family – particularly babies. Perhaps no product in their line has been more trusted than their Johnson & Johnson Baby Power…. read more →

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce vs. Consumer Rights

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is an organization who’s stated mission is to “advocate for pro-business policies that create jobs and grow our economy.” Apparently – that mission also includes restricting the ability of consumers harmed by negligent corporations to access the civil justice system (something corporate America likes to call “tort reform.”) You see… read more →

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