Louisiana and Washington are the latest states to sue opioid manufacturers for the ongoing national epidemic. Read more
According to Equifax, the data breach began in mid-May of this year and was discovered on July 29. Read more
Medicare records show that the nursing home, owned by Larkin Health Systems, was fined $5,500 in February 2016 for unspecified violations. Read more
Toyota admitted to making misleading statements about the safety issues. Read more
Alabama was among the top five states reporting opioid overdose death increases from 2014 to 2015. Read more
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has formally opened an investigation into the house fire mentioned above. Read more
The Dermagraft settlement was the fourth FCA settlement the DOJ reached in one week last month. Read more
The utility company also misled authorities with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) which was investigating the deadly blast. Read more
NHTSA has received more than 100 alleged crash reports linked to the non-intuitive gearshit, some of which caused injuries ranging from a fractured pelvis and kneecap to broken ribs, a broke... Read more
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced that it’s proceeding with a deeper investigation into a potential brake defect in more than 250,000 Ford F-150 pickup... Read more
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