Michigan Criminal Defense Attorney Says State’s Medical Marijuana Law Lacks Clarity
Bloomfield Hills, MI (PRWEB) October 11, 2011
Police and prosecutors are seizing on gray areas in Michigan’s three-year-old medical marijuana law to shut down dispensaries and disrupt the treatment of patients, Oakland County criminal defense attorney Paul J. Tafelski said today.
Michigan Birth Injury Lawyer Says Children Relying on Medicaid Need Legal Assistance to Ensure Budget Cuts Don?t Affect Care
Michigan Birth Injury Lawyer Says Children Relying on Medicaid Need Legal Assistance to Ensure Budget Cuts Don’t Affect Care
Bloomfield Hills, MI (PRWEB) July 20, 2011
Michigan medical malpractice attorney Thomas L. Stroble says parents of disabled children should seek legal help if government budget cuts affect their access to assistance previously covered by Medicaid.
Michigan’s obesity rate surges past 30%, study says
Michigan’s adult obesity rate has increased by 77 percent over the past 15 years, making it the 10th fattest state in the nation.
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Michigan wild hogs order to take effect in October
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has drafted an order that lists sporting swine as an invasive species effective Oct. 8.
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More Prevention Needed for C. Difficile Infections, Michigan Negligence Attorney Says
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan (PRWEB) February 24, 2011
Michigan personal injury lawyer Thomas L. Stroble said today that new, more effective measures need to be taken to prevent hospital patients from suffering from Clostridium difficile infections.
“The growing rate of C. difficile infections among patients in Michigan and throughout the country shows that whatever measures hospitals and nursing homes are taking to prevent these infections are not sufficient,” said Stroble, the founding attorney of The Stroble Law Firm, P.C., a Bloomfield Hills law firm that represents clients in medical malpractice and nursing home negligence cases.