Posts by tomcrumplar

When the Police Are Trigger Happy, No One is Safe

Posted by on Jan 31, 2017 in Blog, Sexual Abuse | 0 comments

The police who risk their lives everyday are understandably concerned when they get a report about an attempted suicide. People with a gun, especially emotionally distraught ones, can pose a risk to others. The police need special training to prevent a bad situation from getting worse. Yesterday, again, it appears that rather than “talking down” and stopping a potential suicide, the Wilmington police shot first and ended up killing a man on his front porch. This recent killing hit home to me. First it reminded me of the September 2015 killing of a young paralyzed wheelchair bound...

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Police Accountability is Vital to our Democracy –Civil Lawsuits may be One Answer but Voting is the Key

Posted by on Dec 19, 2016 in Blog, Civil Rights | 0 comments

In American unlike many countries the Police have a proud a tradition they are here “To Serve and To Protect “ whereas in many countries there function is to suppress dissent. Sadly in many inner city communities the police are viewed more as more of an occupying force. There is too much distrust between the police and the inner community which more than any other place in America needs a police which will “Serve and Protect” There are bad actors in every field and we make a mistake because we want to support the police for risking their lives to protect us to give special...

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Hazardous Workplaces In Delaware: Poultry Processing Plants

Posted by on Jul 1, 2015 in Blog, News | 0 comments

A June 23, 2015 News Journal (Wilmington, DE) article about hazardous workplace conditions and injuries at a Sussex County poultry plant should not be a surprise, but should be a wake-up call to workers everywhere. First, big agriculture is replete with safety violations. Many of our current workplace legislation originated in the early 1900’s and were the result of the public revulsion at the ghastly conditions at meat packing plants where human limbs were routinely severed. The Jungle, by Upton Sinclair, graphically described these processing facilities and sparked a national interest in...

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The Deceptive Advertising of Xarelto

Posted by on Jun 24, 2015 in Blog, News | 0 comments

Have you seen the television commercials for Xarelto ? What Arnold Palmer, Kevin Nealon, Brian Vickers and all the other promoters of Xarelto fail to tell you is that Xarelto not only is many times more expensive than generic anti-coagulant drugs such as Warfarin, but there is no known antidote in case it causes problems such as severe bleeding which is an inherent risk of such drugs. When a patient takes Warfarin and has severe bleeding the effects can be quickly reversed with a simple and inexpensive shot of Vitamin K. For Xarelto there is presently no known antidote. If Xarelto causes...

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Xarelto User Claiming Negligence Against Janssen, J&J, Bayer, & Others

Posted by on Apr 2, 2015 in Blog, News | 0 comments

One former Xarelto consumer is alleging negligence, fraud and other wrongdoing by the blood thinner’s manufacturers in one of the first Xarelto lawsuits filed by Jacobs & Crumplar, P.A. and The D’Onofrio Firm. The complaint is being brought against the manufacturers and distributors of Xarelto, which include Janssen Research & Development, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Johnson & Johnson and Bayer Corporation, among others. In the suit, filed in March 2015 in The Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County, the Plaintiff is suing for damages in excess of $50,000 after suffering...

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