January 31, 2014

Amputations Needed Because of Table Saw Injuries

Every year approximately 40,000 people are injured by a table saw. In fact, of these injuries 10% of these injuries leads to amputations. That is... Read More

Chapter 7 and the Means Test

In 2005, when the bankruptcy laws were reformed and “BAPCPA” was enacted, the Means Test was created to determine whether a potential... Read More

January 30, 2014

Heart Attacks Linked to AndroGel

AndroGel is a testosterone gel used to treat adult males who are testosterone deficient. Testosterone is a hormone which is naturally made by the... Read More

January 29, 2014

Enmeshed: A Documentary of Transvaginal Mesh Victims

Transvaginal mesh is a device meant to support sagging or weak tissue such as the bladder. It is made of polypropylene and looks somewhat like a... Read More

Upside Down Property During Chapter 7

There are many bankruptcy strategies to assist honest debtors obtain a fresh start. One of the best tactics for Chapter 7 debtors is found in section... Read More

January 28, 2014

Johnson & Johnson Pays Millions for the DePuy ASR Hip Recall

  After the worldwide recall of the DePuy ASR hip from Johnson & Johnson, studies have shown that these metal-on-metal hips had been failing... Read More

January 27, 2014

Risperdal Causes Milk Production and Male Breast Growth in Males

Risperdal—an antipsychotic drug—has negatively affected thousands of men and boys across the country. Many are left with painful and... Read More

Revoking Debtor’s Discharge

A primary goal in nearly every Chapter 7 case is the bankruptcy court’s discharge order which forever and completely eliminates many of the... Read More

January 24, 2014

What is the Reason for the 45% Difference in Use of the IUD Contraceptive Device between the US and China or Mexico

The Mirena Intrauterine Device (IUD) increasingly gains popularity throughout the US each year. Currently, about 5-7% of women in the US choose the... Read More