Month: May 2014

Risperdal and its side effects have gained a national spotlight due the disfigurement and disorders caused by adverse reactions to the drug. Risperdal, or risperidone, is prescribed by doctors to treat schizophrenia, symptoms of bipolar disorder, and irritability in autistic children. It is considered an “atypical antipsychotic” medication as it alters the behavior by changing […]

Fuego’s Tortilla Grill has voluntarily closed due to salmonella. The College Station Mexican restaurant is not the first restaurant to have similar issues. The Brazos County Health Department is investigating reports of food borne illness. Thirty cases of Salmonella Typhimurium-Ohio serotype cases have been documented and most of those suffering are residents or visitors of […]

With so many risks in the petroleum industry, an oil rig injury is a common occurrence in the field. Some platforms are hundreds of miles away from shore, so any worker harmed in an accident may be hours away from medical care. Employers, therefore, must take safety seriously on platforms or their negligence can lead […]

Many victims of ill-managed medication with serious side effects have chosen to seek legal counsel, and the most recent antipsychotic drug to, unfortunately, have these collateral problems is no different. People that have chosen to file a Risperdal lawsuit due to the serious side effects arising when taking the drug at even regular doses are […]

A high-pressure explosion claimed the lives of two West Texas oil field workers and injured nine others in Loving County, Texas on the morning of Wednesday, April 30, 2014. Loving County authorities identified the two dead as Robert Andrade Magdaleno of El Paso, Texas, and Amos Ortega of Artesia, New Mexico. Both workers were independent […]