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April 2017 Archives

Cyrpto Outbreak Prevention Needed in Swimming Pools and Water Playgrounds

swimming-pool.jpgAs Chicagoans prepare to head to pools and outdoor water playgrounds this summer, park, and pool owners need to take steps to prevent outbreaks of crypto. Since 2014, outbreaks of this parasitic disease have doubled, leaving victims seriously ill. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has targeted its focus on preventing the outbreaks from happening. A personal injury lawyer may help clients who have contracted crypto from public parks or pools to recover damages for any losses that they suffered.

When Surgeons Don't Make the (right) Cut

Surgeons.jpgSurgeons are responsible for hundreds of thousands of surgical errors in the United States each year. These errors include improper sterilization, leaving sponges and other surgical tools inside the patient, and conducting wrong-site surgeries. These errors can cause significant pain and injury, lead to permanent disability, or cause premature death.

The Third Leading Cause of Death is Preventable

diagnosis.jpgMedical malpractice has become the third leading cause of death in the United States after heart disease and cancer, and sadly, many medical errors are preventable. Despite efforts to ensure safe healthcare in America, however, this under-recognized epidemic continues to take innocent lives at an alarming rate. According to recent reports, a disturbing 10 percent of all U.S. deaths care caused by preventable medical mistakes.

Investigators find thousands of safety defects on train tracks across the country.

train tracks.jpgAs Americans, we have a remarkable railroad system weaving intricately across the country. Furthermore, we trust that our train systems will be reasonably safe for travelers and for the homeowners, drivers and pedestrians near the tracks. Most of us simply assume that these tracks are being kept up and repaired when needed and that, ultimately, someone is responsible for keeping the railways safe, especially those railroads on which trains are hauling dangerous, volatile materials.