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IN THE NEWS: UTAH AND INDIANA – A PRISON PROBLEM IN COMMON

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

Utah seems like a “fur piece” from Indiana, but apparently our two states have some unpleasant things in common. Earlier this year, a wrongful death lawsuit filed against the government was settled for close to one million dollars. While Utah’s jails have the highest death rate per capita in the nation, across Indiana, inmates… Read More »

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IN THE NEWS: TOXIC TALC STILL A PROBLEM

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

“People shouldn’t have to worry that the beauty products they use every day may be contaminated with dangerous chemicals,” laments Gina Werdel of U.S Pirg (advocates for the public interest). Yet once again, she reports, product testing demonstrates that many cosmetic products still contain asbestos. Talc is a mineral obtained by mining. Because it… Read More »

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IN THE NEWS: OLD LIST OF SIX PROVES VERY RELEVANT TODAY

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

That list of six questions published in the National Law Review more than five years ago?  It’s still very relevant today. After an auto accident, how do you know whether to hire a personal injury attorney, is the basic query. Asking yourself the following five questions will help you arrive at an answer:  … Read More »

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IN THE NEWS: WHEN POLICE DOGS CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY TO THE INNOCENT

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

“The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, home to one of the largest K-9 units in the country, has the highest rate of dog bites among police departments in the largest 20 U.S. cities,” the Indianapolis Star reports. A police dog is trained to bite. Harder. Faster. With little reservation. Meanwhile, at least 65% of those bitten were unarmed and did not act violently, reporter Mykal… Read More »

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IN THE NEWS: WHEN ‘GHOST GUNS’ CAUSE REAL DEATHS

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

Chicago and three other cities – San Jose, CA, Columbia, SC, and Syracuse, NY – are suing the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, demanding to halt the sale of “ghost gun” kits. “Ghosts” are self assembled guns made from parts purchased online (or at gun shows). The legal issue: Ghost guns… Read More »

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IN THE NEWS: TWO-YEAR-OLD SHOOTS MOM IN TRAGIC REMINDER OF THE NEED FOR SAFE STORAGE OF GUNS

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

In Hendricks County, Indiana, a two year old found a semi-automatic pistol and shot his mother; a five year old sibling called for help, we learn in a recent news bulletin in the Indianapolis Star. Unfortunately, such family firearm tragedies are all too frequent. “Millions of children live in homes with guns, and many… Read More »

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IN THE NEWS: RICHARD HAILEY SERVES AS CO-COUNSEL IN TRAGIC MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CASE

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

In July of 2017, 60-year old MM had undergone a “practice” surgical procedure to see whether an implant called a spinal cord stimulator (a “paddle” connected to threaded wires with electrodes) could be inserted into her spine to relieve her ongoing back pain. When MM reported a significant degree of pain relief from the… Read More »

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IN THE NEWS: RICHARD HAILEY SERVES AS CO-COUNSEL IN TRAGIC TEXAS MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CASE

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

In July of 2017, 60-year old MM had undergone a “practice” surgical procedure to see whether an implant called a spinal cord stimulator (a “paddle” connected to threaded wires with electrodes) could be inserted into her spine to relieve her ongoing back pain. When MM reported a significant degree of pain relief from the… Read More »

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IN THE NEWS: PRISONER VS. PRISON – A TALE OF TWO MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE LAWSUITS

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

Often, when people hear about a medical malpractice lawsuit, the picture that comes into their mind is of a case brought by a patient (or sometimes by the survivors of a patient) against a doctor. Typically the doctor is accused of having made a mistake (wrong diagnosis, wrong treatment, wrong medicine), thereby causing harm… Read More »

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IN THE NEWS: HEART RHYTHM DRUG POISONED PATIENT’S LUNGS

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

Often, at Ramey & Hailey Law, by the time we are speaking with a patient – or with that patient’s survivors – about personal injury as a result of medical malpractice, many months or even years have passed since the unfortunate set of events that caused them so much sorrow. Typically, those clients had… Read More »

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