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Zurich Insurance announced today that the company will begin using Artificial Intelligence (AI) in its claims department.

Zurich Insurance announced today that the company will begin using Artificial Intelligence (AI) in its claims department. In a recent statement to Reuters Tom de Swaan Chairman of Zurich Insurance Group A, explained the company’s intent to use Artificial Intelligence to (AI) to evaluate and decide on Injury claims. In the announcement, de Swaan explained that the company had recently…

INACCURATE LEAD TESTING KITS

In the News: INACCURATE LEAD TESTING KITS May 18, 2017 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are warning Americans that some Lead testing systems may provide inaccurate results. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warning that all four of Magellan Diagnostics’ lead…

FDA issues a safety warning related to diabetes medicine CANAGLIFLOZIN (Invokana, Invokamet, Invokamet XR)

In the News: Drug Safety May 18, 2017 FDA issues a safety warning related to diabetes medicine CANAGLIFLOZIN (Invokana, Invokamet, Invokamet XR) On March 16, 2017, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a Drug Safety Announcement related to the diabetes medicine CANAGLIFLOZIN based on data from two large clinical trials. CANAGLIFLOZIN is used to treat individuals with type 2…

A NOTE FROM THE ATTORNEYS AND STAFF OF WALLACE & GRAHAM

A NOTE FROM THE ATTORNEYS AND STAFF OF WALLACE & GRAHAM following the NPR and Democracy Now coverage of the on-going Hog Farm Nuisance Legislation in North Carolina: “As a firm, we are working hard to protect the rights of our clients and the rights of all NC residents. It is in the spirit of protecting the rights of individuals that we choose…

 Democracy NOW! North Carolina Hog Farms Spray Manure Around Black Communities; Residents Fight Back

Amy Goodman of NPR’s Democracy NOW! recently reported on a bill in the North Carolina Legislature aimed at protecting the interest of “Big Business” potentially leaving many North Carolina residents with a STINKY PROBLEM and it is not our waste!

To hear or read the NPR coverage of Hog Farm waste disposal, HB 467 and how many NC communities are washed in hog waste visit www.NPR.org and type Hog Farm Waste in the search bar, or click the links below.

North Carolina Hog Farms Spray Manure Around Black Communities; Residents Fight Back

 

In North Carolina, Pigs Don’t Fly but Their Feces Do

 


“From The Ashes,” a film about the impact of Coal Industry, including North Carolinian’s Impacted by Coal Ash Pollution, debuts at Tribeca Film Festival, set to air on National Geographic Channel in June.

As the North Carolina legislature considers re-writing the laws to favor the rights of huge corporations and President Trump urges that we ‘bring back coal,” the voices of those impacted by the ill effects of the pollution caused by the coal industry have been given a worldwide audience at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. “From The Ashes,” a documentary about…

New Leadership at the USDA

Sonny Perdue is scheduled to be sworn as Agriculture Secretary in on Tuesday following Senate Confirmation Former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue received Senate confirmation as agriculture secretary on Monday. Perdue is scheduled to be sworn today, and plans to meet with US Department of Agriculture (USDA) staff later today. Perdue’s confirmation was won in a bi-partisan vote of 87-11. The…

Immunotherapy Treatments offers new hope to cancer patients

The new class of pharmaceuticals are showing promise in the treatment of some forms of cancer. The new class of drugs known as immunotherapies work by empowering the body’s immune system to fight against the tumor cells, slowing the effects and extending the lives of some cancer patients. According to the American Cancer Society immunotherapy, sometimes called biologic therapy or biotherapy, can…

Faulty Guardrails are Back in the News

Faulty guardrails are back in the news after the father of teen killed in a Tennessee crash receives a bill for $2,970 to replace the guardrail that killed his daughter. In the early morning hours of November 1, 2016 Steven Eimers’ 17-year-old daughter Hannah Eimers was driving a 2000 Volvo S80 northbound on Interstate 75 near Niota, Tennessee when her…