Blog Posts in April, 2015

  • 60% of Pest Control Techs Find Bedbugs in Nursing Homes

    || 29-Apr-2015

    Recent data reveals that poor sanitation in U.S. nursing homes may be worse than we first thought. Last year, three out of five pest control technicians reported finding bed bugs in nursing homes, a 46% increase from the year prior. More than half of all nursing homes may be infested with bed bugs, report pest control technicians – and nursing homes might not be the only problem. Many ...
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  • Trek Bicycles Recalled, At Least 3 Riders Injured

    || 23-Apr-2015

    Nearly one million Trek brand bicycles are being recalled over a safety hazard that resulted in one bicyclist becoming paralyzed. Trek has issued a recall of nearly one million of its bicycles for a defective component. According to reports, a quick release lever on the bicycle can get in the way of the brakes, which in turn causes the wheel to stop and even detach completely from the bike while ...
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  • Jury Awards $48 Million in Motrin Injury Case

    || 22-Apr-2015

    A man who developed Stevens-Johnson syndrome after using Motrin has been awarded $48 million by a jury in Los Angeles. Stevens-Johnson syndrome is more than just a rash. At worst, it’s life threatening. At best, it’s debilitating. Christopher Trejo developed this tragic condition after using Motrin, the brand name for ibuprofen, as a teenager. The suit that was initially filed against ...
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  • Why Cars Catch Fire After Accidents

    || 20-Apr-2015

    If you’ve ever wondered why some cars ignite after a collision, this article will explain the different factors involved in vehicle fires. 1. Crumple Zones Two sections of any given vehicle is designated the “crumple zone” – the front and rear. These are the two sections of a car that are most prone to “crumple” in the event of a car accident. Although most ...
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  • Paulson Coletti Supports the Innocence Project Clinic Fund

    || 16-Apr-2015

    Paulson Coletti is passionate about justice. One way we can be a part of that mission for justice is by supporting organizations like the Innocence Project – a national litigation and public policy organization committed to securing justice through reform. Paulson Coletti is a proud supporter of the Innocence Project Clinic Fund for the University of Virginia School of Law. This year-long ...
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