Understanding a Zantac Cancer Lawsuit – Do You Have a Claim?

August 13, 2020

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently revealed that Zantac and generic varieties could contain a chemical that may be linked to cancer. Lawsuits against Zantac manufacturers allege that the drug contains a cancer-causing chemical called N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). Patients are advised to stop taking medications containing this harmful chemical. If you believe you have […]

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Understanding COVID-19 in Nursing Homes and What Facilities Can Do

July 10, 2020

The current coronavirus infection, known as COVID-19, is a pandemic. This viral, respiratory infection is in at least 114 countries and has killed over 555,000 people according to the World Health Organization. The coronavirus has proven to be particularly deadly for elderly individuals, especially those in long-term care facilities such as nursing homes. It can […]

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Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculoneuropathy (CIDP) Misdiagnosis

July 10, 2020

What is CIDP? Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy is a rare disorder that occurs when the myelin sheaths that surround the peripheral nerves are damaged. Myelin helps ensure that signals from the brain are quickly transmitted to the right parts of the body. If destroyed, there is a lack of communication between the brain and body […]

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Potter Burnett Law Welcomes New Summer Law Clerk

May 18, 2020

Potter Burnett Law has recently welcomed a new law clerk to the Pride. Meet Rob, a current student at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. Learn more about his background and his passion for law by reading our Q&A below. Name: Rob Stenzel Where are you from? “I grew up on […]

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Common Car Accident Injuries

May 13, 2020

Despite major advances in car safety in recent years, car accidents remain among the leading causes of accidental injury and death in America. When a car stops suddenly because of an accident or collision, the vehicle’s occupants will remain in motion until they hit a safety restraint or the structure of the car. Unrestrained passengers […]

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How to Safely Share the Road with Cyclists

May 13, 2020

For drivers, sharing the road begins with the understanding that bicyclists and motorcyclists have the same rights as you. They also face unique safety challenges, such as being smaller and less visible. To maintain a safe coexistence, motorists must act with added care and respect for outlined rules and regulations when it comes to sharing […]

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What is Distracted Driving?

May 13, 2020

Roadways can be a dangerous place. Regardless of where you live, or why you’re on the road, the risks seem to be increasing each year. By participating in distracted driving behaviors, your risk of hurting yourself or someone on the road around you increases instantly. Driving while distracted is much more dangerous than you may […]

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Potter Burnett Law Launches New Commercial Spot

April 21, 2020

Check out our Pride’s new commercial spot! Keep an eye out when watching your favorite TV shows and you may just see Debbie, Suzanne, and Andrew during the commercial break.

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LTCCC News Alert: Protecting Vulnerable Residents From Coronavirus

April 1, 2020

Source: Long Term Care Community Coalition Contact: Richard Mollot, 212-385-0356 or RICHARD@LTCCC.ORG. March 3, 2020 — Concern over coronavirus is growing as a significant outbreak in the United States becomes increasingly likely. According to researchers, residents in nursing homes and other adult care facilities are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus due to their age, pre-existing medical […]

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New COVID-19 Fact Sheet for Residents of Nursing Homes and Families

April 1, 2020

Source: The National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care   Consumer Voice has recently released a new publication: COVID-19, and Nursing Homes:  What Residents and Families Need to Know. This consumer factsheet is designed to inform both residents and their families about steps the federal government has taken to reduce the spread of the virus, […]

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