Monthly Archives: January 2015


Early Detection of Lung Cancer Key to Treatment


By David Mittleman Cancer can be a frightening word. Most of us know at least one person who has been afflicted by some form of the disease. According to some sources, the three most common forms of cancer (breast, prostate, and lung) will total about 750,000 new cases this year. Of those three, lung cancer [...]

Streamlined Medical Malpractice Resolution Gains Traction in Other States


By David Mittleman In Michigan, medical malpractice claims can be lengthy, burdensome, and expensive. Injured survivors and their families often have to wait years for a resolution, and the process leaves them feeling like their complaints go unheard. That may change, however, if a model being piloted in Massachusetts catches on. Emphasis on Cooperation, Improvement [...]

Takata Airbag Recall Continues to Grow


By David Mittleman Last month, several automakers begrudgingly expanded recalls of vehicles equipped with Takata brand airbags. With Chrysler and BMW recently announcing the wider scope of affected vehicles, the airbag saga has grown from a warm-weather problem to a major global issue. The infamous defect is allegedly responsible for 5 deaths so far. Multiple [...]