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Delta Flight Attendant: “Lands’ End Uniform is Toxic, Making me Sick”

She’s speaking out to help other sick co-workers. When my client, 54-year-old Dana Smith became an empty nester, she decided to get a job as a Delta flight attendant. Within six weeks after she took to the skies, Delta launched its new Passport Plum uniforms with much fanfare. That’s when Dana’s health problems began. She […]

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Are you taking Nizatidine or Ranitidine?

These medications may contain unacceptable levels of NDMA. Exposure to this compound can increase cancer risk as well as organ and bone marrow damage, tumors, and gene mutation. Last year the FDA posted recalls for these heartburn and stomach ulcer drugs due to NDMA contamination. In 2018 a blood pressure medication was recalled for over […]

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FDA Investigating Diabetes Drug for Cancer-Causing Contaminant

Reports of low levels of Nitrosamine contamination, N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), in some Metformin products outside of the United States have prompted an investigation into the popular diabetes drug in the United States, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).  Metformin is the most popular oral medication for prediabetes, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes- worldwide. […]

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Terrell • Hogan Lawyers Honored To Help Veterans

The Terrell ⦁ Hogan personal injury and wrongful death law firm has been successfully representing veterans for over 40 years including in numerous cases of mesothelioma and asbestos lung cancer caused by exposure in serving our country between the years of 1940-1980. For the 6th year, the lawyers of Terrell ⦁ Hogan have volunteered their […]

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Consumer Tip: Write the Full Year “2020”

Starting this year, make sure that you write all numbers when you write the year 2020. Don’t abbreviate by writing the year as only “/20”,  i.e. 1/1/20. Why does this matter? If you use the abbreviated form, the date can be altered by merely adding 2 numbers after the 20 to change the year – i.e. […]

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Investigating Defective Toys

While everyone expects a toy bought during the holiday season to bring joy to a child’s life, sometimes defective toys bring danger. Wayne Hogan recently highlighted those dangers in media appearances about this years “10 Worst Toys” list, compiled by the consumer group World Against Toys Causing Harm. Last year, 17 children died from toy-related […]

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Don’t Take a Chance if Your Car has Takata Airbags

Takata Airbags are defective and now there are MORE recalls you need to be aware of. A recent article in the Miami Herald says that there are over 900,000 vehicles in Florida with the defective airbags and 17 million in the U.S. How to See if Your Vehicle Has Takata Airbags Go to the National […]

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Post-Crash Fire Risk Spurs Recall of Over 490,000 Ford Super Duty SuperCrew Trucks

Ford Motor Company is recalling select 2017-19 Ford Super Duty SuperCrew vehicles with carpet flooring due to the risk of a post-crash interior fire. In affected vehicles, a front seat belt pretensioner that deploys during a crash can generate excessive sparks. In some cases, this could ignite the carpet or carpet insulation in the area […]

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