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Reponsilble Parties in a Chicago Truck Accident

Multiple entities may be responsible for a semi-truck accident in the Chicago, Illinois area

A truck crash can come out of nowhere when a large trucker slams in your motor vehicle without any warning.

Serious injuries, medical expenses, and other drastic changes in life could flow in the aftermath due to the sheer size of commercial vehicles, even wrongful death.

The United States Food and Drug Administration FDA Puts Out Warning for Ranitidine Users

In early April 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration FDA warned that the over the counter heartburn medication Zantac ranitidine was unsafe. The FDA said this because all ranitidine products contain unacceptable levels of NDMA (N Nitrosodimethylamine NDMA).

When N Nitrosodimethylamine NDMA breaks down, ranitidine drugs can lead to cancer or probable human carcinogen if the levels of NDMA build up too much so you should talk to a health care professional about prescriptions and the FDA recall.

In this episode Jonathan Rosenfeld chats with Gerald Bekkerman an Attorney at Taxman, Pollock, Murray, & Bekkerman, LLC.

Here, they discuss ‘What is a Third-Party Claim?” and the nexus between work compensation coverage and civil law and dive into what benefits are and are not offered.

Find Out How Long You Have to File a Case for Your Injuries

Ever since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said there might be health problems associated with Zantac and any ranitidine product, people started to consider filing Zantac cases cases and a Zantac lawsuit.

The essential thrust of any Zantac cancer trials and Zantac lawsuits is that the N Nitrosodimethylamine NDMA in Zantac (a popular heartburn drug sold over the counter) might give you cancer after taking it.

Safety Violations Involving Grain Bin Accidents on Farms

When a person is seriously injured or killed in a grain bin fall or accident, OSHA Investigates.

Grain silos, or bins, are commonly found on farms throughout the country. In the Midwest, in states like Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Indiana, these large structures dot the landscape.

These are large cylinders that are used for grain storage and to hold other crops. These are found on both commercial farms and family farms.