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Wayne Parsons

Is H. R. 1215 the biggest fraud on the public ever?

To achieve the rank of “biggest fraud” would take some doing from some (not all) politicians who use lies or half-truths knowing that the public won’t check the facts and hoping that the media won’t educate the public about the truth. […]

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What rights will H. R. 1215 eliminate?

If I read public sentiment correctly, people are tired of big government imposing rules and limitations on their rights. Does Washington DC get the message? H. R. 1215 does just the opposite. Here are a few examples: If a defect in […]

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808 not 800: Hire a Kama’aina lawyer to explain your rights and represent you if you choose to seek Justice

I live and work in Hawai‘i as a lawyer and it has been my home for me since 1967. I mention “Kama’aina” in the title. It means “child of the land”. Of course you want your lawyer to be excellent. But […]

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H. R. 1215 promotes unsafe medicine

  The Bill is H. R. 1215 – and Rep. Steve King (R – IA)) gave it the title “Protecting Access to Health Care Act of 2017″. For starters it is interesting to note that at the same time H. […]

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What should you do if you have a metal on metal (MoM) hip implant?

The news is full of stories about hip replacement implant surgeries gone bad. Joseph Saunders, a leading medical device expert attorney from Florida has been a great news source for the status of…

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Latest news about DePuy

DePuy wants to shut down claims by patients. A year ago they were paying doctors to get patients to give up their rights in exchange for a company solution. Think of a chicken coop and a fox:

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President of DePuy Orthopedics, David Floyd, has submitted his resignation

When I first learned of the DePuy ASR hip implant recall, I recognized it for what it was: an absolute calamity.
One in 8 of these devices would fail, according to the recall statement. Who would…

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Hip implant injuries continue to plague patients – are manufacturers at fault?

A bad hip hurts. Doctors tell their patients to live with it as long as you can and when the pain is so bad that quality of life is unbearable to implant a medical device to replace the natural…

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What is wrong with the Stryker hip implant?

Stryker Hip Implants, first introduced in 2003, have come under fire by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), following complaints of squeaky ceramic hip joints, among other problems.

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