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Watch What You Eat: Supplements Not Regulated By the FDA

On May 18, 2017 dietary supplement maker, Nutrition Distribution LLC, filed a suit against rival company, Metabolic Edge Nutritional Supplements LLC, claiming that its’ supplements actually contain carcinogens and can cause liver damage. Metabolic Edge, more commonly known as Iron Muscle Supplements, markets its products specifically to body-builders claiming their supplements have the same benefits as anabolic steroids without the serious side effects. Why are products that could cause cancer on the market? The answer is one of the lesser known secrets of the Food and Drug Administration.  Most people don’t know that the Food and Drug Administration does not...

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Will your next prescription come from Amazon?

Nearly everyone has logged onto Amazon to see if they have a product they are interested in. And Amazon almost always carries that product. That’s because Amazon takes advantage of an economic principle called the long tail. Essentially what this means is that Amazon can make profits from selling obscure rarely purchased products that a big box retailer could not. As Amazon continues to expand the nearly half billion item long inventory list (compared to just about 142,000 products sold in a WalMart) they are looking to enter new industries. The latest? Prescription drugs. So, what challenges do you face,...

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Denver Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Colorado Department of Transportation simulates motorcycle injuries when a rider doesn't wear motorcycle gear The Colorado Department of Transportation released a graphic video that depicts the injuries that a rider could expect if they are involved in a motorcycle accident without wearing any gear. In the video a rider is done up with theatrical make-up to show a few of the common injuries when someone is hurt in a motorcycle accident. The injuries portrayed in the video are shattered orbital bone, which can cause possible permanent vision impairment, severe abrasions, which can cause permanent scarring. Broken bones, severed body parts are other...

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Product Liability in Colorado: Immediate First Steps

Under Colorado product liability law, you have the right to have your case heard by a jury as well as recover damages for pain, suffering, disability, lost wages and also for future damages. The law of products liability is complex and varies between states in the degree of accountability in which they hold a defendant for injury caused by its product. It is important to be informed by a Colorado attorney that is seasoned in personal injury cases and product liability throughout the state of Colorado. What if a defective product injures me? If a defective product has injured you or someone you...

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What is Product Liability?

Product Liability is the legal responsibility of product manufacturers, distributors, retailers and others who make defective products to compensate for any damages that they have caused. If one of these defective products results in a personal injury or causes other damages to a consumer, the consumer (or consumers working together in a class action law suit) are eligible for recovery from the manufacturer or others.There are three main types of product liability claims. Manufacturing Defects -- A manufacturing defect is a product defect that occurs in the manufacturing process. It typically involves poor-quality materials or bad workmanship....

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