The truck and timber industry are highly active during the autumn in Alabama. Many workers are trying to get as much trees transported as they can so they do not have to deal with the colder weather slowing down their progress.
In our prior post in August 2018, we told you about a recall by the US Food and Drug Administration on the prescription blood pressure medicine, Valsartan. The drug has been under a voluntary recall since July 2018. It is manufactured by many different companies, and thus far has been determined to be safely consumed from others. However, the FDA has now released information claiming to have found a second known cancer causing ingredient in three lots manufactured by Torrent Pharmaceuticals.
The rate at which Alabama consumer fraud is increasing year-by-year is staggering. In a study, it was discovered that fraudsters are becoming much more technologically advanced, with the vast majority of crimes taking place online. These hackers are often untraceable, and may be located anywhere in the world. Unfortunately, many are never identified and brought to justice.
Flu vaccines have been a great source of controversy across the nation for many years. For many, they present the classic "Catch-22." In other words, if you get one, you run the risk of adverse reactions. If you opt out of getting one, you will likely become infected with the flu virus.
Securities fraud is a white collar crime. As such, it can easily be written off by someone as "something that would never happen to me." However, that is not always the case, and this type of fraud may be happening closer to home than you think.