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Blog Posts in November, 2009

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  • Toyota and Lexus floor mats causing unintended acceleration
    Toyota and Lexus floor mats causing unintended acceleration

    On September 29, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration alerted consumers about Toyota and Lexus vehicles experiencing unintended acceleration due to the accelerator becoming stuck. ...

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  • FDA Announces Safe Use Initiative
    FDA Announces Safe Use Initiative

    On November 4, 2009, the FDA introduced its " Safe Use Initiative ," an effort to collaborate with the health care field to reduce the preventable harm resulting from medication use and misuse. The ...

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  • Exposing Myths About Medical Malpractice
    Exposing Myths About Medical Malpractice

    The American Association for Justice, in its efforts to promote health care reform, has attacked health care reform opponents' arguments that reform will be a heavy financial burden on the health care ...

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  • Beware of Unapproved H1N1 Products
    Beware of Unapproved H1N1 Products

    The FDA urges caution when searching for H1N1 products on the internet because many unapproved H1N1 products purport to prevent, diagnose, or treat H1N1. The FDA warns consumers of the potential ...

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  • Nevada Supreme Court Reviews Dram Shop Liability
    Nevada Supreme Court Reviews Dram Shop Liability

    The Nevada Supreme Court addressed the liability of a hotel for injuries occurring in an automobile accident after evicting intoxicated persons from the hotel premises in Rodriguez v. Primadonna ...

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  • Nevada Supreme Court Rejects Anti-Stacking Rules for Concurrent Negligence
    Nevada Supreme Court Rejects Anti-Stacking Rules for Concurrent Negligence

    In Delgado v. American Family Ins. Group , 125 Nev. Adv. Op. No. 44 (October 1, 2009), the Nevada Supreme Court was faced with the question of whether the passenger in an automobile who is injured by ...

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