Federal Government Investigating Power Morcellator Cancer Risk

September 22nd, 2015 | Personal injury

When power morcellators were introduced onto the American market, doctors and experts touted the device as revolutionary because of its ability to grind body tissue in such a manner that it could be easily removed through a small incision. This allowed a less invasive and faster healing procedure to take place; however, our St. Louis… Read More

Next Week Is Child Passenger Safety Week in Missouri

September 8th, 2015 | Auto accident

Did you know that motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of accidental deaths among children in the United States today? Last year in Missouri, 17 children died as the result of traffic accidents and another 1,578 suffered auto accident injuries. To help bring attention to this issue and educate the public about what we… Read More

Graco Faces Defective Product Claims

December 30th, 2014 | Defective product

We expect the products that we use on a daily basis to perform as expected. Yet each day many products face public scrutiny and costly recalls due to defects that result in accidents and injuries. Recently, children’s safety seat manufacturer, Graco Children’s Products has face claims that the buckles on certain models of the company’s… Read More

FDA Issues Warning About Power Morcellator Cancer Risks

December 9th, 2014 | Medical malpractice

When we undergo medical procedures, we expect our health issues to be corrected or improved, not worsened; however, complications can sometimes arise, and often these complications are the result of how procedures are performed. Take the dozens of reports that have arisen in recent years of women developing deadly forms of cancer after undergoing hysterectomies… Read More

Why Are Preventable Medical Errors So Common Today?

October 14th, 2014 | Medical malpractice

While society has made vast improvements in numerous fields that have increased safety and saved lives, the medical industry still suffers its fair share of mistakes and accidents that harm innocent patients. Fifteen years ago, it was estimated that 98,000 people died annually as the result of preventable medical errors caused by doctor and hospital… Read More

Rabies: The Other Risk of a Dog Bite Injury

August 19th, 2014 | Dog bite

When a person is the victim of an attack by a canine, wounds from the animal’s teeth aren’t the only dog bite injury that should be a concern. There’s also a chance the victim may contract an infectious disease. Rabies is one of the most deadly diseases that can be passed from a dog to… Read More

Graco Car Seat Recall Prompts These 3 Steps to Keeping Children Safe in The Car

April 29th, 2014 | Defective product

A motor vehicle collision presents a serious risk of harm to anyone who is involved, but children are especially prone to suffering car accident injuries. This is because their stature is smaller than an adult and cars are designed to keep adults safe. Placing a child in a car safety or booster seat is required… Read More

Missouri Boat Accident Claims Golden City Man's Life

April 9th, 2013 | Boat accident

A Missouri Boat Accident that occurred over the weekend was responsible for claiming the life of a Golden City man. Read More

Veterans' Disability Benefits Wait Times Longer Than Ever Before

March 19th, 2013 | Personal injury

Numbers show soldiers returning from service overseas are waiting longer than ever to receive Veterans’ Disability Benefits they desperately need. Read More