As the Olympics draws to a close, it is appropriate to compare the drug-testing done for Olympic athletes versus those done to Texas Workers.
By emergency declaration issued August 18, 2016, the Commissioner of the Louisiana Department of Insurance adopted Emergency Rule 27.
A seafood-processing facility in Honolulu was found to have “serious violations” of the seafood Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) regulations during a May 17 and 20 inspection by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
A Florida company is recalling almost a ton of meat and poultry products including several varieties of empanada because they were produced with being inspected by the federal government.
ABC news reporters Diane Sawyer and Jim Avila and American Broadcasting Companies Inc. remain as defendants in $1.2 billion lawsuit brought by Beef Products Inc. in Dakota Dunes, SD.
Sea Port Products Corp is voluntarily recalling a batch of its scallops after at least 206 people became sick with hepatitis A, prompting an investigation by the US Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
As of August 17, 2016, and according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), there are 2260 cases of Zika virus in the United States, 14 of which were “locally acquired mosquito-borne cases” (all 14 of those are in Florida), and the remainder of which are “travel associated.”
A common question we get, especially from callers who are downstate or in more rural parts of Illinois is, “Should the insurance company pay me for mileage expense for going to and from the doctor?”
Levels of domoic acid 10 times the “action level” in certain shellfish along the Central Coast spurred California officials to issue a public warning against eating rock crabs and bivalve shellfish caught in the area.