Blog Posts in May, 2014

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  • Florida Joins Investigation into Faulty GM Ignition Switches

    Posted By The Maher Law Firm || 9-May-2014

    General Motors recently issued a historic recall of 2.6 million vehicles due to faulty ignition switches that reportedly played a role in 13 deaths. The car company is now facing multiple investigations into the defective automotive products, including one that involves the state of Florida. As Reuters reports, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi recently joined a group of state attorneys general ...
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  • More Information Needed About Potential Risks of 'Low T' Products

    Posted By The Maher Law Firm || 6-May-2014

    Testosterone therapy, or "low T," products such as AndroGel are prescribed for men who may have a below-normal testosterone level. These products are typically available in the form of skin patches, mouth patches, gels and injections. The manufacturers of these drugs tend to promise men who have low testosterone that they will have more energy, experience better moods and regain the ...
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  • Are Special Ed Students Being Set up For Abuse By Low-Paid Aides?

    Posted By The Maher Law Firm || 1-May-2014

    Working with children takes patience and skills that not everyone has. When children have behavioral or developmental problems, those qualities are even more important. Some believe we are setting these children up for abuse by putting low-paid workers in their classrooms. Several recent stories in the news lend credibility to this argument. Recently, two paraprofessionals at Harper-Archer Middle ...
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