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Surprising Findings In Recent E-Scooter Study E-scooters have been a growing trend all over the country, and not without controversy. A study on e-scooters suggests an additional reason the public perception on e-scooters is so negative is that almost 30% of riders injured on e-scooters had been intoxicated, according to the first-ever study of scooter-related…

Class-Action Lawsuit Against Insurance Company, United Healthcare United Healthcare had a policy of denying Proton beam radiation therapy to prostate cancer patients, now a class-action lawsuit is being filed. It took a personal injury attorney that needed treatment for prostate cancer to open Pandora’s box and expose all of the past life-saving treatments that had…

If You Get Federal Disability Benefits, Watch What You Post The Government is monitoring the social media accounts of people receiving federal disability benefits. Yes, that’s right. Good ol’ Uncle Sam is watching what you do. They are doing it as a way to catch people that are obtaining federal disability benefits who are not…

Are Insurance Companies Trustworthy? No! Absolutely not!  Insurance companies are in business to make money not pay it out. It is in the best interest of insurance companies to remain profitable. They collect their monthly premiums from their customers and knock your credit score down if you are late making a payment. However when it…

Does Baby Powder Cause Cancer? Talc is a common mineral found in rocks such as soapstone and is used in a wide variety of industries. However most people know it as talc powder, or baby powder. Recently suspicions have been raised that its use around the genital area of females contributes to ovarian cancer. It has also been linked to certain cancers…

In early 2014, I decided that I didn’t need any more kids. I was done. Finito. Stick a fork in me. Not that kids aren’t a cute and adorable way to continue your legacy, I just didn’t want anymore. I have two kids and my husband has two kids, so between the two of us,…

More than 60% of Americans who have health insurance “blow through most or all of their savings” to pay medical bills

A dozen people across three states had to be hospitalized due to an E. Coli bacterial infection they contracted after receiving stem cell injections using umbilical cord blood..

Insurer’s former medical director admits he regularly denied coverage to seriously ill people but “never once looked at patients’ medical records himself.” CNN is reporting that California’s insurance commissioner has launched an investigation into health insurance giant Aetna after the company’s former medical director testified under oath he never looked at patients’ records when deciding…

Insurance companies acting in bad faith fail to live up to their obligations to their policyholders. Examples of bad faith by insurance companies include refusing to investigate and process a claim within a reasonable time, misrepresenting the policy’s language to the client, failing to disclose limitations and exclusions contained in the policy, requiring the policyholder…

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