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Jury Awards $29.5 Million to Family of Actress Who Suffered Brain Damage Due to EMS Negligence

April 12, 2021

A jury has awarded a family $29.5 million in a lawsuit that alleged their daughter sustained brain damage after MedicWest negligently failed to manage their daughter's anaphylactic shock.  According to the news report, the adult daughter accidentally consumed peanut butter, to which she is highly allergic.  The woman did not know the pretzels she had consumed had peanut butter in them.  The EMS service, MedicWest Ambulance, was the service provider at the event.  The woman sustained a lack of oxygen to her brain under MedicWest Ambulance's care for a few minutes causing terrible consequences.

Hyundai Kona EV Battery Fire Recall Not Going Well According to Owners

March 29, 2021

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - Hyundai's Kona full-electric crossover owners are complaining that Hyundai is botching a major recall.  The complaints include poor communication and repair delays.  Hyundai said that it would replace the defective battery systems in about 82,000 Hyundai's Kona electric vehicles (EV) after reports of Kona electric vehicles catching fire. 

Army Veteran's Mission is to Raise Awareness of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder to Georgia

March 27, 2021

AUGUSTA, GA - An Army veteran is raising awareness about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) by walking across the United States.  The army veteran began his walk in February of 2020 following the death of his grandfather.  When Stephen Meyers walks into a state, he meets with various organizations to teach about healthier ways of coping with traumatic experiences.  

Hot tub Accidents Triple During the COVID-19 Lockdowns

March 15, 2021

USA - Hot tub home insurance claims tripled in 2020 as people spent more time at home due to the coronavirus quarantines, according to an insurance report. A report from the UK's Aviva stated that there were about 188% more insurance claims involving hot tubs in 2020 than in 2019. The claims were mostly property-type claims. However, as more people invest in "staycation" items such as hot tubs, trampolines, outdoor kitchens, swimming pools, and others, the number of accident and injury claims may continue to climb.

Chief Justice Harold D. Melton Issues Order to Resume Jury Trials in Georgia

March 12, 2021

"A Trial by a Jury of One's Peers is Fundamental to the American Justice System." - Chief Justice Harold D. Melton

According to an announcement published on, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia, Harold D. Melton, issued an order that immediately removed the suspension of jury trials in Georgia. The Chief Justice's order, which was the twelfth order the Chief Justice has signed concerning Georgia's Statewide Judicial Emergency.

National Transportation Safety Board States Helicopter Pilot Was Disoriented in Clouds in the Kobe Bryant Crash

February 18, 2021

U.S. safety investigators reported that the pilot of the tragic Kobe Bryant helicopter accident was flying through the clouds and probably became disoriented prior to the helicopter crash.  According to the news report, the pilot committed an "apparent" violation of federal standards by flying through the clouds because the pilot was flying under visual flight rules.  Flying under visual flight rules means that a pilot needs to see where they are flying at all times during the flight plan. 

City Seeks to End Pedestrian Accidents By Outlawing Pedestrian Traffic at "Accident Hotspots"

February 15, 2021

MERRIAM, KS - A news story reports that the City of Merriam is considering a new city ordinance that would ban pedestrians from sitting, standing, or being in the median of nine major intersections to reduce pedestrian accidents. Merriam city officials are considering new laws to prohibit pedestrians from loitering, panhandling, standing, sitting, or otherwise being in nine major intersections to improve driver and pedestrian safety.

Baby Food Tainted with "Significant Levels" of Toxic Heavy Metals: Lead, Arsenic, Cadmium, and Mercury

February 11, 2021

THE UNITED STATES: According to CBSNEWS.COM, a new federal government report announces the discovery of toxic heavy metals in popular baby foods. The alarming new government report states that the federal government has found baby food manufactured by many of the country's biggest baby manufacturers to be "tainted" with"significant levels" of toxic heavy metals. The substances discovered included arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury. These heavy metals are the most toxic metals to humans and can be deadly to infants and toddlers. These metals also can lead to brain development issues.

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