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Yamaha Recalls ATVs After 46 Deaths

Yamaha has finally recalled its Rhino ATVs. These vehicles have been the subject of a number of products liability lawsuits, and have been shown to be very dangerous. It’s sad that Yamaha waited until there were 46 deaths from incidents involving the Rhinos, but at least they will be off the market for a while. […]

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Study Finds That Consumers Overlook Over-The-Counter Drug Warnings

Bloomberg News reported, “Consumers overlook warnings about potential tampering on over-the-counter medications at least 80 percent of the time, suggesting packages and labels need to be redesigned to attract attention and improve safety, a study found.” The study’s “participants spent the most time focused on the brand names and product claims of nonprescription drugs” and […]

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FDA Announces Large Pistachio Recall Due to Salmonella Fears

NBC Nightly News (3/30, story 9, 0:30, Williams) reported, “A California nut producer is recalling its entire yearly crop of pistachios, over a million pounds of them. And a California processing plant is under investigation for a possible salmonella outbreak. A nationwide recall of mixed nuts and trail mix went into effect last week. Officials […]

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March of the Blogs – Law Firm Web Strategy Blog

For the month of March, I am going to highlight blogs that I think are interesting and useful. Some may not be directly related to personal injury or Social Security disability law, but all of us who represent injured and disabled people occasionally need help in other areas. A few have been featured here before, […]

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Continuing Work in Congress to Reduce Social Security’s Backlog

With the average waiting time to get a hearing before an administrative law judge taking well over a year, Congress is always considering ways to reduce Social Security’s disability backlog. Claimants are often required or at least encouraged by their long-term disability insurance companies to file for Social Security Disability benefits. But not all such […]

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UnitedHealth to Face Senate Tuesday

The AP reports, “Sen. Jay Rockefeller, chairman of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, wants answers at a hearing Tuesday from the chief executives of UnitedHealth Group Inc. and its subsidiary Ingenix Inc., a claims database used by insurers nationwide to calculate out-of-network rates.” The inquiry follows lawsuits “alleging that UnitedHealth and Ingenix manipulated […]

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March of the Blogs – Texas Appellate Law Blog

For the month of March, I am going to highlight blogs that I think are interesting and useful. Some may not be directly related to personal injury or Social Security disability law, but all of us who represent injured and disabled people occasionally need help in other areas. A few have been featured here before, […]

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March of the Blogs – NY Injury Law Blog

For the month of March, I am going to highlight blogs that I think are interesting and useful. Some may not be directly related to personal injury or Social Security disability law, but all of us who represent injured and disabled people occasionally need help in other areas. A few have been featured here before, […]

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March of the Blogs – Build A Solo Practice

For the month of March, I am going to highlight blogs that I think are interesting and useful. Some may not be directly related to personal injury or Social Security disability law, but all of us who represent injured and disabled people occasionally need help in other areas. A few have been featured here before, […]

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Houston Hospital Agrees to $10 Million Settlement of Medicare Fraud Allegations

The AP reports that, according to a statement from the Justice Department Thursday, “One of Houston’s most prestigious hospitals has agreed to pay nearly $10 million to settle allegations it defrauded the federal Medicare program.” Under the agreement, the Methodist Hospital in Houston will pay $9.9 million “so it can continue focusing on its clinical […]

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Bob Kraft

I am a Dallas, Texas lawyer who has had the privilege of helping thousands of clients since 1971 in the areas of Personal Injury law and Social Security Disability.

About This Blog

The title of this blog reflects my attitude toward those government agencies and insurance companies that routinely mistreat injured or disabled people. As a Dallas, Texas lawyer, I've spent more than 45 years trying to help those poor folk, and I have been frustrated daily by the actions of the people on the other side of their claims. (Sorry if I offended you...)

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