Blog Posts in March, 2014

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  • Small Plane Crash Highlights Bigger Problem

    Posted By The Maher Law Firm || 31-Mar-2014

    Recently, a small engine plane went down in Safety Harbor, killing the pilot and seriously injuring his daughter and teenage friend. While the cause of the accident is still under investigation, experts say more privately owned planes in the air means more small plane crashes, despite the majority of them being wholly preventable. According to the Tampa Bay Times, this latest plane crash happened ...
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  • Federal Safety Officials Failed to Heed Driver Warnings in GM Recall

    Posted By The Maher Law Firm || 25-Mar-2014

    GM recently recalled more than 1.6 million cars around the world, including Chevy Cobalts and Saturn Ions, because of defective ignition switches that cause them to shut off unexpectedly, often in dangerous situations. When a car loses power, as many of these GM cars did, it loses braking and power steering capability. Coupled with the loss of airbags, the problems are potentially deadly. GM ...
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  • Anti-Depressants and Pregnancy: A Mixed Bag of Warnings and Potential Risks

    Posted By The Maher Law Firm || 3-Mar-2014

    Recently, we blogged about a new meta-analysis that found an increased risk of heart defects in infants born to women who use anti-depressants known as SSRI's late in pregnancy. In fact, some anti-depressants can cause a range of birth defects if taken by women during pregnancy, though the risks aren't necessarily reflected by the classification by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). ...
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