Femara (letrozole) is an oral, non-steroidal aromatase inhibitor, usually indicated for the treatment of hormonally responsive breast cancer after surgery and radiation. This medication lowers estrogen levels in postmenopausal women, which can slow the growth of certain types of breast tumors. It may be prescribed for women with ovulation problems, or for the ones with unexplained infertility, being used for ovarian stimulation. It also increases pregnancy chances in ovulating women.
Television commercials over-market birth control pills. They typically use multiple psychology tricks in order to increase the percentage of sales, but it has a damaging effect upon consumers. Young women all over the world are exposed to dangerous consequences after using oral contraceptives (Yaz or Yasmine, for example). Failing to adequately warn patients and physicians about an increased risk of serious side effects is a crime, so if you or a loved one suffered from serious health problems while or after taking this drug, consider hiring a personal injury attorney.
WHAT IS DROSPIRENONE?
Drospirenone is a synthetic hormone in birth control pills and postmenopausal hormone replacement. It is used in order to prevent ovulation (the part of the female menstrual cycle, when a mature ovarian follicle discharges an egg), causing
Drugs can have different biological effects on humans, not all of them are beneficial. Aripiprazole is a partial dopamine agonist that utilizes antidepressant properties for the treatment of biopolar disorder, clinical depression, schizophrenia and others. This psychotropic drug was developed by Otsuka in Japan and has been marketed as Abilify.
In 2002 Abilify was approved by FDA in the USA and in 2004 by the European Medicines Agency for treatment of schizophrenia. In 2004 the FDA expands the use of drug to treat biopolar disorder and later that year orders label change that describes the risk of hyperglycemia and diabetes in patients taking atypical antipsychotics which included Abilify. In 2006 the drug receives a black box warning stating that it increases the risk of death in elderly users. A year later it gets a black box warning concerning the risk of suicide for patients under the age of 24.
The liability of any or all of the the parties involved in the chain of manufacture of any product for the damage caused by that product is called product liability. The manufacturer of component parts, the assembly manufacturer, the wholesaler or retail store owner can be responsible for product liability.
Negligence is the basis for product liability claims. The concept of negligence was developed under English Law and emerged as an independent cause of action in the 18th century. Negligence is defined as conduct that falls below the standards of behavior established by law for the protection of others against unreasonable risk of harm. It involves the failure to use reasonable care and in some cases, negligence is defined by statute, known as Negligence Per Se. Some acts are considered to be inherently negligent and do not require to prove the negligence was known or intended, when for example a doctor leaves a sponge inside their patient during surgery.
A drug may be helpful or harmful. Learning the facts about drugs can help you see the risks of chasing this excitement or escape. Here’s what you need to know about Liraglutide (Victoza). Liraglutide is a long acting glucagon-like peptide-1 agonist medication. The drug has been marketed as Victoza and it belongs to the group of incretin mimetics. Liraglutide in its Victoza form is administered as a subcutaneous injection of the abdomen, thigh or arm and it is used to treat people who have type 2 diabetes and who are not able to control their blood sugar levels with oral medicines. This drug is manufactured by Novo Nordisk.
Personal injury is a legal term meaning bodily injury or emotional distress which is caused by a type of tort or by the negligence of another. Negligence is defined as conduct that falls below the standards if behavior established by law for the protection of others against unreasonable risk of harm.
- Intentional torts can result from intentional acts such as battery, assault, intentional infliction of emotional stress and others.
- Negligent torts also called “prudent man rule” result from failure to behave with the level of care to someone whom he or she owes a duty to (i.e. failing to obey traffic rules)
- Strict Liability torts are caused by virtue of a wrongful act, without any accompanying intent or mental state.
Bid-for-Placement: what does it mean? Why do we need it?
A bid is a sum of money that a lawyer offers for the opportunity of talking to a client, to receive his contact information and discuss his case (the minimum amount you can bid on is 6 law dollars).
It’s important to remember that a lawyer’s bid on a case determines where in the list of competing, “bidding” lawyers their profile will be displayed to the clients, who posted the case. The profile with the highest bid will be displayed first and the lowest, respectively, the last.
Imagine losing a family member or loved one to what you thought was a cancer related death. One day you read in the newspaper that the Oncologist, Michigan doctor Farid Fata, has been charged with massive Medicare fraud, including giving $35 million in needless chemotherapy to patients. Now you are questioning whether or not the treatments provided by Dr. Fata were in fact even necessary and if those treatments could have been the cause of death.
Jeff Burrs lost his father to kidney failure which occurred during chemotherapy treatments that had been prescribed by Dr. Fata. Mr. Burrs is now requesting his father’s medical records from Crittenton Hospital in Rochester and has learned the following:
- Request will take 7-13 days to process;
- Mr. Burrs will be invoiced a bill for the medical record request;
- The hospital policy is that when a patient requests medical records for treatment purposes, there is no charge for the service of providing those records. If the request however; is for personal or legal reasons, there will be a charge to provide the records;
- Crittenton Hospital uses Medical Records Online, Inc. (“MRO”), a third party provider based in Pennsylvania, to fulfill all medical record requests;
Why should a lawyer bother to write an outstanding biography and why is it the most important part of the lawyer profile? It’s so simple!
A bio is a snapshot of a lawyer’s professional experience:
who they are,
what they do,
specialist expertise and
examples of client work.
A good biography “sells” their expertise to potential new clients.
What is an Elevator Pitch?
An “Elevator Pitch”, also known as an elevator speech or statement, is a short summary used to quickly define a person, product, profession or organization and its Value Proposition. The name “elevator pitch” conveys that the person who is delivering the message has about the same time that it takes the typical elevator to go from the ground floor the top floor to convince their audience about their proposal. A well designed elevator pitch should be between 30 and 60 seconds.
How to Write a Good Elevator Pitch
The “Elevator Pitch” on Legal Bistro is five lines (500 words maximum) of text that are displayed to potential clients in what we call the “Short Profile Preview”. This is the very first thing that a potential client will see about you and your law firm so you should give a lot of thought to what you would like to say.