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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.

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yellowcarFord Motor Company has issued recalls of around 2.4 million of their vehicles after the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration held their feet to the fire.  They have been having issues with door latches that are prone to opening while the vehicle is in motion, or not shutting at all, which can lead to accidents and injuries.   

Ford has recalled quite a list of its vehicles, including the 2012 to 2015 Ford Focus, the 2013 to 2015 Ford Escape and C-MAX, the 2015 Ford Mustang and Lincoln MKC, and the 2014 to 2016 Ford Transit Connect.  If Ford has not yet informed you that your vehicle is in the recall, and you think it might be, you can go to their website at www.ford.com and go to Safety Recalls to enter your vehicle identification number.  Ford is fixing the defect free of charge for those impacted.  The company has experienced problems with their latches for a couple of years and a good chunk of their profits, so hopefully the company will put serious work into future safety standards with future vehicles.

  We urge vehicle owners who may possibly own any of the recalled Ford vehicles to immediately make contact with the given phone numbers so as not to place yourselves and your loved ones at risk. If you or a loved one has been injured or worse due to an auto defect, do not hesitate to contact the professionals at Inserra Kelley Sewell to see if you may be entitled to compensation. 

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waffleKellogg Co. has issued a recall on ten thousand cases of their Eggo Nutri-Grain Whole Wheat Waffles, so their famous commercials in which they say “Leggo my Eggo” have come true for at least one of their brands!  The waffles being voluntary recalled may contain listeria bacteria, which regular readers of our site will know by now causes very unpleasant symptoms such as abdominal pain, headache, body aching/stiffness, high fevers, and vomiting and diarrhea. 

The listeria bacteria infection seems unpleasant enough, but it can go to the territory of being extremely dangerous for some populations.  The infection can spread to the gastrointestinal tract and also the nervous system and can even lead to death.  For the elderly, young children, immune system depresses, and pregnant population the danger is even greater.  For the pregnant woman, the problem can grow from her own sickness to miscarriage or stillbirth of the baby she is carrying.  It is obvious that infection from listeria bacteria is no small matter and should be taken very seriously.  Check your Eggo Waffle box to see if it gives a “best if used by” date of November 21, 2017 or November 22, 2017.  You can call Kellogg Co. at 1-800-962-1413 to confirm whether your product may be contaminated and how you may get a full refund.  The company recommends that the waffles themselves by immediately thrown out to avoid illness in your family.  Kellogg Co. is no stranger to safety issues with its Eggo Waffles and has in the past been called out by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its safety standards in its plants.    

If you or someone you know have any of these products in your home, dispose of them promptly.  If you or a loved one is suffering from symptoms like high fever, abdominal pain, diarrhea, headaches, stiffness, and nausea, and it is suspected it could be following the ingestion of one of the above products, see your medical provider immediately.  You may also feel free to call Inserra Kelley Sewell to discuss possible compensation you might be entitled to in the case of listeria infection from contaminated products. 

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soapThe Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a decree to antibacterial soap manufacturers that they can no longer use certain chemicals in their antibacterial soaps because they believe they possibly do harm while not being any better than regular soaps.  The chemicals now disallowed are triclosan and triclocarban, which studies have shown to make individuals resistant to drugs that would normally resist bacteria while also providing a negative impact on hormone levels.  Triclosan has also been tied in studies to the possible increase in tumor growth. 

While the antibacterial soaps have been impacted by the banning of these chemicals, the FDA has not yet issued bans on hand sanitizers yet, stating that they often use alcohol rather than the antibacterial chemicals.  The bottom line would be to check your product labels if you are concerned they may contain harmful chemicals banned in the antibacterial soaps for safety and well-being.   

Inserra Kelley Sewell seeks to make its readership aware of possible product dangers out there and urges consumers to be proactive when it comes to the safety of the family.  Keep educated and informed regarding possible product dangers and become a label reader to watch for harmful chemicals.  If you or a loved one believe you may have received injury or illness related to one of these antibacterial chemicals, do not hesitate to contact us to see whether you may have a claim to compensation for your injury.       

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ultrasoundMost expectant parents are very excited to see ultrasound images of their baby in the womb throughout pregnancy and often want to see the sex of the baby using this technology as well.  However, with the boon of great technology sometimes comes possible concerns or even dangers.  Researchers are studying a possible link between ultrasounds during pregnancy and autism, in that the ultrasounds could possibly cause more significant autism symptoms in those with the condition. 

This study has brought about a new argument in the medical world, with those on the side of using ultrasounds in pregnancy for very noble reasons stating people should not be swayed by this research they believe has been debunked.  On the other side, autism researchers want individuals to know the possibility for more severe autism symptoms in those who had ultrasounds in the womb.  The balance in this fight seems to be coming in the form of experts stating that, rather than avoiding ultrasound altogether, doctors and patients should assure that there are not more frequent ultrasounds than truly warranted during pregnancy. There is concern that fetal ultrasounds are being done more frequently in the past and not for pure medical reasons.  It is recommended that they be done for medical reasons twice, around 12 weeks and 20 weeks into the pregnancy.  Doctors look to these fetal ultrasounds to help them determine due dates, whether there are multiple babies, and whether there are any medical concerns.  They, therefore, urge women to reduce rather than eliminate the procedure that utilizes sound waves to take a look inside the womb.    

Inserra Kelley Sewell seeks to make its readership aware of possible dangers out there and urges consumers to be proactive when it comes to the health and safety of the family.  It is wise to keep educated and informed regarding possible medical procedure dangers, such as with ultrasound studies during pregnancy.  Always balance education with informed discussions with your medical provider before making decisions for what is best for you and your baby’s health.  Our firm will make every effort to keep its readership informed of updates in such studies and their effects on the health of the consumer.         

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