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Inserra & Kelley is a litigation firm that focuses on personal injury law. We believe in our system of civil justice to decide disputes between injured parties and those who are responsible for their injuries. It is the goal of Inserra & Kelley to use every effort to best represent our clients\' interests to get maximum recovery and a speedy resolution of disputes.

Inserra & Kelley handles injured railroad workers\' claims (FELA designated counsel), automobile negligence (injured in an auto accident which is not your fault), motorcycle accidents (designated counsel for Harley Owners Group) and other personal injury such as workers\' compensation, slip and fall, crossing accidents, and other negligence actions.

03/24/2015

If you or someone you love has had surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation, there is a good chance Zofran has been prescribed to fight the nausea that can accompany any of these medical interventions. Although not approved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) for use by pregnant women to combat nausea and vomiting, the drug has been widely used for morning sickness. Zofran (generic name Ondansetron), a popular anti-nausea and anti-vomiting drug is now the subject of lawsuits stemming from birth defects in babies of women taking the drug early (before 10 weeks) in their pregnancies.

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03/23/2015
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The anticoagulant drug, Xarelto, has been the subject of warnings on this site on more than one occasion due to its dangerous bleeding complications with no proven antidote to date. Now reports are coming in pointing to misconduct and discrepancies carried out by Xarelto’s makers to bring even more insult to injuries. There are new reports suggesting that in clinical trials the drug’s safety was falsified and evidence of danger was destroyed. In fact it has been reported that one of the reports for Xarelto trials by Bayer Pharmaceuticals was carried out with such disregard for safety and protocol the Federal Drug Administration had to reject the drug’s approval. Presumably, the researchers in the particular study on Xarelto flat out falsified their data and destroyed medical records in an ugly cover-up. Xarelto’s makers seemed to care more about getting their drug out on the market than providing consumers with a safe anticoagulant. It seems they believe it is perfectly fine to endanger consumers everywhere in their self-serving cause of making money.

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03/17/2015

As the temperatures slowly begin to rise, all things outdoors start to welcome Spring. This includes a great increase in motorcycles being out on the roads in states that have been waiting for winter’s grasp to ease. With more motorcycles on the road, there is unfortunately a resulting increase in motorcycle accidents leading to injuries and death. Savvy drivers will be those who take in all their surroundings, including those motorcycles that are harder to see but rightful users of the same roadways as any other motor vehicle. Motorists should be on the lookout for motorcycles and be cautious in approaching them out on the roadways to help prevent unnecessary accidents. Motorcyclists should also take all the necessary precautions and cautions while enjoying the freedom of the ride their bike affords.

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03/13/2015

Walk to your medicine cabinet and throw away all your over-the-counter drugs made by Johnson & Johnson.  Does that sound alarmist?  Perhaps it does, but Johnson & Johnson subsidiary (McNeil Consumer Healthcare) just pled guilty on March 10, 2015 to selling their millions of loyal consumers contaminated drugs.  From 2008 to 2010 Johnson & Johnson did mass recalls on over-the-counter medications such as Tylenol, Motrin, Rolaids, Benadryl, Sudafed, and others because of manufacturing practices that resulted in metal particles, moldy odors, and labeling problems.  In 2010 they had to do mass recalls of children’s over-the-counter medications, including Infants’ Tylenol and Children’s Motrin made in their plant in Pennsylvania.  Parents actually found black specks in the bottom of their liquid Infants’ Tylenol starting in 2009 and that was due to metals such as nickel and chromium. 

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