Kaplan Lawyers PC, a personal injury firm with office locations across New York City, said that the user-friendly approach reflects the firm’s values. /EIN News/ -- New York, NY, Jan. 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- With the rollout of a redesigned and reimagined website, John Tucker said Kaplan Lawyers PC is taking advantage of an opportunity to show what the New York law firm is all about. Tucker is the director of claims management at Kaplan Lawyers PC, which helps clients in New York that have been injured because of someone else’s negligence. He said that most people feel overwhelmed before they come to the Kaplan Lawyers PC offices, not just because of their injury, but also because the legal system can be intimidating. “Our goal is to put people at ease,” Tucker said. “We do things differently than many other firms. We meet clients on their terms. We wanted to accomplish the same thing with the new incarnation of our website.” … [Read more...] about New York City Law Firm Reinvents Online Image with New Website
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Gina Kolata New York Times October 30, 2018 NEW YORK — For Dr. Piero Anversa, the fall from scientific grace has been long, and the landing hard.Researchers worldwide once hailed his research as revolutionary, promising the seemingly impossible: a way to grow new heart cells to replace those lost in heart attacks and heart failure, leading killers in the United States.But Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, his former employers, this month accused Anversa and his laboratory of massive scientific malpractice. More than 30 research studies produced over more than a decade contain falsified or fabricated data, officials concluded, and should be retracted. In 2017, the hospital paid a $10 million settlement to the federal government after the Department of Justice alleged that Anversa and two members of his team were … [Read more...] about He Promised to Restore Damaged Hearts. Harvard Says It Was Scientific Malpractice.
Appointment adds strength to recent Cornerstone Professional Liability Consultants acquisition BOSTON, Oct. 02, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Risk Strategies, a privately held, rapidly growing national insurance brokerage and risk management firm, today announced the hiring of industry veteran Chris Haas to its national health care practice — one of the company’s largest and fastest-growing specialty practices. /EIN News/ -- A licensed Property and Casualty insurance agent, Chris has over 15 years of sales, leadership, and management experience in the insurance and risk management industry, with the past decade focused exclusively on the coverage needs of large physician groups, individual doctors, allied healthcare professionals, and surgery centers in the northeastern United States. In his role with Risk Strategies health care practice, he will join a team offering expertise to health care clients coast-to-coast while continuing to concentrate on New York and the northeast. … [Read more...] about Medical Professional Liability Specialist Chris Haas Joins Risk Strategies National Health Care Practice
John Fauber and Matt Wynn, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and USA TODAY NETWORK Published 11:07 p.m. UTC Aug 16, 2018 In the fight against cancer, you won’t find a mixture known as Allesgen on the long list of drugs approved as safe and effective by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. But a doctor in California has been peddling his own $1,800-a-month “cure” to desperate patients for years. Despite four years of warnings from the FDA, a patient lawsuit, scathing online reviews and a raid by federal agents, the California medical board has not taken action. Benedict Liao is one of 73 doctors around the country with active medical licenses who got FDA warning letters over a five-year period alleging serious problems. Only one was disciplined by his state medical board, an investigation by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and MedPage Today found. The warning letters, which get scant public attention, are sent after FDA officials conduct … [Read more...] about FDA warning letters to doctors flag serious problems, but state medical boards do nothing
Sleep = big, big money. Kaitlyn Flannagan for Observer/Getty Images The first conversation with my professional sleep coach veered into late-night hot dog consumption around 30 minutes in.Luckily, I slept fine after July Fourth, I told Dan Daly, who works for Equinox, the up-up-upscale gym chain that recently launched an intensive 12-week program to help its members sleep better. But even on non-holidays, I (and all Americans, I suggested patriotically) sometimes overdo it. How should I handle that situation? Belly full of meat, thrashing around, staring at the ceiling, desperate for sleep? Daly, a blonde and fit former college swimmer, told me that, sure, evening snacks are often a problem. But, it’s not always that simple. “We want to look for the biggest rock,” he said. That rock could be food or perhaps my sputtering A.C. unit. Either way, “move it, then the path becomes clear.”Absorbing such mantras was difficult while also thinking deeply about the … [Read more...] about A Solid Night’s Sleep Is the New Luxury Good. Have Fun Affording It.