Daily Archives: August 1, 2012 - 3 results

Posted 5 years ago in Products Liability by John McCarthy  
Video: Dangerous Stryker Rejuvenate Hip Replacement is Recalled

  The Stryker Rejuvenate is just the latest hip replacement to fail, causing disastrous side effects which can ultimately lead to permanent tissue and bone damage, as well as heavy metal poisoning.          Mobile users click here to view the video.         Lawyers.com Supervising Producer John McCarthy interviews attorney Cal Warriner, who explains that the problem lies in the stem of the device, which is driven into the thigh bone and is meant to …

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Posted 5 years ago in Crime Criminal Law by Michele Bowman  
Zimmerman Update: Will Loose Lips Sink Defense Ships?

The process of the State of Florida bringing George Zimmerman to trial over the shooting death of Trayvon Martin just keeps getting weirder, and no one involved in the case seems to be able to keep quiet about it. “Both sides have their hands full with this case,” notes Mitch Stone, a defense attorney with Stone Lockett in Jacksonville, FL. “It is a very polarizing case in a unique way. Traditionally anti-defense groups are siding with the defense and groups that are …

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Posted 5 years ago in by Aaron Kase  
Romney Won’t Disclose Tax Returns, But You Might Have To

Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has caused a stir by his refusal to release to the public any of his tax returns prior to 2010. While it’s tradition for candidates running for the nation’s highest office to disclose their personal finances to voters, there’s nothing in the law that compels Romney or any other would-be public official to turn their returns over for media scrutiny. In what situations could private consumers be forced to share their tax documents with a third …

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