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Arab Bank Held Responsible for Financing Terrorists

In the wake of 911 my dear friend and mentor Ronald Motley decided to take on the the banks he believed were responsible for financing those who had unjustly taken the lives of so many innocent Americans. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhIOmp2l4Q0. Many people wondered if this time Ron, the slayer of asbestos and big tobacco, had gone too […]

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GM Ignition Failure the Fault of More Than Just GM

As with any massive product causing injuries, there are multiple breakdowns in surveillance and communication. The GM ignition fiasco is one such example.The U.S. agency NHSTA that tracks vehicle safety defects didn’t recognize a pattern of air bag failures in General Motors Co. (GM) cars that would later be linked to flawed ignition switch design, […]

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GM Ignition Defect Timeline

  Having represented people injured by defective products for many years  from tobacco to asbestos to defective drugs, I am of the firm belief that when more than five people are hurt by a product someone  was aware that the injuries would or could happen. The situation with General Motors seems to bear out my […]

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We Need Transparency In Reporting Medical Errors

Take Justice Back highlights the need to urge congress to fix the lack of information available to patients to determine if the medical  facilities they are using have a proven safety record. WHAT HAPPENS WHEN PREVENTABLE MEDICAL ERRORS GO UNREPORTED? Submitted by Katie Gommel on Fri, 09/12/2014 – 12:58 How many preventable medical errors occur […]

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Missouri Supreme Court Strikes Down Punitive Damages Cap

          The Missouri Supreme Court in a pro consumer decision said no to the legislature’s attempt to put a limit on punitive damages. the full story link is below.  Missouri high court rules against caps for some punitive damages | The Kansas City Star The Missouri Supreme Court brushed by the […]

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Federal Prosecutors Focusing On Over medicating in Nursing Homes

Feds Hope Hitting Nursing Homes In The Wallet Will Cut Overmedication : Shots – Health News : NPR Feds Hope Hitting Nursing Homes In The Wallet Will Cut Overmedication by INA JAFFE September 05, 2014 5:45 PM ET Listen to the Story All Things Considered 3 min 34 sec Download Transcript Federal prosecutors allege two […]

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