The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will seek to include strong warnings about suicidal behavior on the labels of 11 epilepsy drugs, according to documents posted on the agency’s Web site.
The FDA will ask companies to update labels for the drugs,… Read More
A Chicago suburban newspaper ran a story on a series of mysterious deaths at a McHenry County nursing home that may not be mysterious at all. An Illinois state investigatory report claims that a nurse at Woodstock Residence in Woodstock, IL may have… Read More
By: Bradley Vasoli, The Bulletin (Philadelphia)
A U.S. Census Bureau report yesterday said the number of citizens age 65 and older will more than double their current number from 38.7 million to 88.5 million in 2050.
American residents who are 85 and… Read More
On August 13th, regulators issued a rule requiring fire sprinkler systems for the 2,466 nursing home facilities that dont have them fully installed. The new rule would grant nursing homes five years to install the systems.
Prior to this rule, nursing… Read More
We hear this question a lot. It depends upon your financial situation. In order to properly protect your assets, you should have liability coverage greater than the Wisconsin statutory minimum of $25,000.00. You may want to purchase medical payments… Read More
An Article by Janine Anderson as it appeared in The Journal Times on May 23, 2008
MOUNT PLEASANT ? A man who required 19 stitches to close a wound allegedly caused when an aide at Ridgewood Care Center pulled on his ear has sued the county, seeking $50,000… Read More
Two thirds of young passengers also weren’t wearing seat belts, study says An AP article as it appeared on MSNBC.com on March 4, 2008.
CHICAGO – Car crashes are the leading cause of death for tweens and teens, and a new study outlines some of the most… Read More
By Stephen Baetge
Spectrum Staff Writer
A new, five-star system which helps consumers searching for a nursing home is scheduled to go online at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Nursing Home Compare Web site by the end of 2008.
The… Read More
Posted by PKSD Law Firm on Dec 06, 2007 in Firm News
WATERTOWN, WI The law firm of Pitman, Kalkhoff & Sicula S.C. is issuing a friendly challenge to all Watertown businesses to meet or beat their cash donation to the 10th Annual Gifts for Kids Christmas event on December 6, 2007, at Turner Hall.
Pitman,… Read More
An article by Ed Treleven as it appeared in the Wisconsin State Journal on October 7, 2003:
The Jury Awarded The Teen The Money For Pain And Suffering And Punitive Damages.
A Dane County jury last week awarded $1.2 million to the teenage victim of a… Read More