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Monthly Archives: September 2013

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Falling Pizza Results in Broken Arm for Detroit Lions Player

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By David Mittleman Falling Pizza Causes One-Car Accident There are many ways to get distracted while driving–from eating, putting on makeup to texting and driving, but what about a falling pizza? Yep, that too can cause a distracted driving accident, at least for one Detroit Lion it did. Nate Burleson, a receiver for the Detroit [...]

Iowa Teen With Cerebral Palsy Named Homecoming Queen

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By David Mittleman Iowa Teen With Cerebral Palsy Named Homecoming Queen Having had the honor of representing so many amazing children afflicted with Cerebral Palsy to greater and lesser degrees, it is heart warming to see one young lady achieve her wish of becoming homecoming queen. Courtney Tharp of Waverly, Iowa was voted homecoming queen [...]

Epipens in Michigan Schools

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By David Mittleman Last week I testified before the Committee on Education of the Michigan House of Representatives, chaired by Lisa Posthumus Lyons, regarding two bills being introduced about Epipens in our Michigan schools. I was testifying on behalf of the Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ) and as a parent. And while I support the [...]

Study Finds Statin Use Linked to Development of Cataracts

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By David Mittleman Statin Use Linked to Cataracts If you're like one of the millions of other Americans currently taking statins for heart disease, you might be interested to know of a recent study that found a link between statins and the development of cataracts. The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical [...]

Study Finds Statin Use Linked to Development of Cataracts

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By David Mittleman Statin Use Linked to Cataracts If you're like one of the millions of other Americans currently taking statins for heart disease, you might be interested to know of a recent study that found a link between statins and the development of cataracts. The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical [...]

Antibiotic-Resistant Infections on the Rise in the U.S.

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By David Mittleman Hospitals Source of Most Antibiotic-Resistant Infections Recently the Centers for Disease Control released a report revealing that the rate of infectious infections resistant to antibiotics is on the rise and the main culprits are hospitals. An estimated 2 million people in the U.S. get drug-resistant infections each year and about 23,000 die. [...]

Brain-Eating Amoeba Found in Louisiana Water Supply

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By David Mittleman Brain-Eating Amoeba, Naegleria fowleri Brain-Eating Amoeba Found in Louisiana Water Supply The so-called brain eating amoeba, Naegleria fowleri, has been in the news very frequently over the past couple of years. The most recent case involved 12-year-old Kali Hardig who survived the deadly infection and is set to return to school as [...]

Church Wyble Partners James T. Heos, David S. Mittleman Honored with Prestigious Awards

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For over 60 years, ChurchWyble, P.C., has been helping injured people navigate the complicated and ever-changing legal system. Over the decades, the firm has included numerous excellent attorneys recognized as leaders in the field of plaintiff personal injury litigation. That tradition continues to this day. Firm partners James T. Heos and David S. Mittleman were [...]