Blog Posts in April, 2015

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  • Dangerous bacteria found in ice cream

    Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Apr 28, 2015

    People in Tennessee who love ice cream may want to avoid purchasing any pints from Blue Bell Creameries on their next shopping trip. Due to concerns over a listeriosis outbreak, the ice cream manufacturer and distributor voluntarily issued a recall of its products on April 20. The company recalled every one of the products that it sells including ice cream, frozen snacks, sherbet and frozen ...
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  • Risks associated with emergency medicine

    Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Apr 22, 2015

    Tennessee residents may be interested in understanding why physicians in emergency medicine are being targeted by lawsuits. According to researchers, failure to diagnose was the primary cause of patient injuries and the most common claims associated with emergency room physicians. Because the patients are typically unfamiliar and suffering a broad spectrum of health conditions, physicians in ...
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  • Truck and car collision kills 1

    Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Apr 15, 2015

    According to law enforcement officials with the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a 21-year-old Smyrna woman was killed in a car and truck collision on April 14. The accident happened on State Route 840 around 7:40 a.m. in Smyrna. A 55-year-old man driving a big rig was driving in the fast lane when he reportedly lost control of his vehicle. He then ran off the road through the median and into the ...
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  • Protection equipment reduces falls for construction workers

    Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Apr 7, 2015

    Construction workers who build in residential areas suffer fatal injuries every year after fall accidents. Protecting workers is a challenge when they are installing walls, especially in multistory buildings, but Tennessee employers and employees must follow the guidelines that OSHA has issued on preventing falls with the proper equipment. When workers are at six feet or higher, they need to use ...
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