Written by Ronemus & Vilensky on December 27, 2016
Part of progress is the continuous improvement of establishments, buildings, etc. through repairs or building new ones. But construction is dangerous work. Even after a number of safety inspections to ensure the safety of workers and equipment, accidents still happen.
Written by Ronemus & Vilensky on December 26, 2016
Around 10% of children are born with Cerebral Palsy. Some of them get the disease due to genetics or premature birth. However, at times, it is a result of medical malpractice. If it is Cerebral Palsy due to medical malpractice,
Written by Ronemus & Vilensky on August 31, 2016
In an exclusive interview with New York Post’s Melkorka Licea, a pediatrician who spent three years as a resident in the Coney Island Hospital spoke out anonymously about the frightening conditions children face in this 371-bed facility. This doctor listed
Written by Ronemus & Vilensky on July 1, 2016
This month New York Times reporter, Katie Thomas, covers the indictment of two sales representatives from the drug company Insys for their involvement in essentially paying doctors to prescribe the opioid-based painkiller, Subsys. Designed to be prescribed for cancer patients
Written by Ronemus & Vilensky on May 19, 2016
Each year more than 150 people die or are seriously injured when their clothing ignites from even the slightest exposure to household heat sources.
In most cases the clothing they were wearing met the minimal Federal Government’s flammability standards which have