Wednesday, November 7, 2012

First Pradaxa Lawsuits Have Now Been Filed

News reports and government reports have now confirmed that in the first year of Pradaxa's approved use in the United States, at least 260 patients have died from bleeding events where Pradaxa blocked the body's natural blood clotting defense. Three of those patients have now filed Pradaxa product liability lawsuits in federal courts.
These Pradaxa lawsuits, filed by a law firm not affiliated with Powers Taylor, mark the start of what will most assuredly be a landslide of similar lawsuits. If Pradaxa's continues to be prescribed in the same numbers, and if these serious and fatal injuries continue at the same rate, Powers Taylor expects that the number of lawsuits will grow exponentially. If enough federal lawsuits are filed, the federal judiciary may transfer all such cases to a single judge, who will decide the issues common to all Praxada lawsuits, much like a class action proceeding. The initial Pradaxa cases were filed in Louisiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Powers Taylor has not yet determined where it will file Pradaxa claims.

Despite the frightening number of adverse events reported both in the United States and abroad, the drug's manufacturer, Boehringer Ingelheim, has done little to react to these problems. The company supplemented its warnings in January 2012, but it has still not adopted a black box warning for the blood clotting problem. Medical professionals recognize the black box warnings as the most serious type of information on side effects, one that should never be ignored. Without a black box warning, there is a strong possibility that many patients and prescribing doctors will not recognize the full extent of the risks associated with Pradaxa. The absence of this warning will be the central claim an inadequate warning claim in Pradaxa lawsuits.

The side-effect lawyers at Powers Taylor are now evaluating potential Pradaxa cases. If you or a loved one took Pradaxa, and then suffered a bleeding event that required medical attention, you may have a potential claim. Many such bleeding events involve gastrointestinal bleeding, caused by stomach ulcers or other medical problems that might have been non-life threatening in the absence of Pradaxa. Because Pradaxa blocks the body's natural coagulation cascade that leads to the formation of blood clots, an ordinary stomach ulcer can turn into a serious medical problem. Because there is no readily available anecdote for Pradaxa's blood thinning effects, some of these routine blood loss events can become fatal. If you or a loved one have been prescribed Pradaxa and are concerned about these reports of adverse events, consult with the prescribing doctor before stopping the use of Pradaxa, as it may be necessary to take medical precautions to avoid other serious medical problems that could result from the sudden stoppage of Pradaxa.

To start work on your case, our product liability lawyers will need to know when the patient started using Pradaxa, the dosage prescribed, and the date of the adverse blood-loss event. Our attorneys will also need to know whether the patient was a participant in any of the Pradaxa studies, and whether the prescribing physician ever disclosed the risk of bleeding out. Please contact us immediately if you have experienced bleeding problems after taking Pradaxa. We look forward to bringing our experience in side-effect lawsuits on unsafe drugs to your case.
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Monday, November 5, 2012

The Reasons Why Greece Should Leave The Eurozone And Return To The Drachma

I argue that Greece should ditch the euro and return to the drachma, the country's currency until it switched over to the euro in early 2002.

The benefits of Greece regaining control of its currency, such as increased competitiveness, would outweigh the costs of leaving the eurozone and defaulting on its debt. A euro exit will be hard but watching the slow disorderly implosion of the Greek economy and society will be much worse.

The austerity measures that are being forced upon the country in exchange for more bailout money from the European financial authorities are setting it up for decades of pain. Greece will have 25-50 years of austerity and poverty, all this to remain in the eurozone where they hopelessly cannot compete. If they can't compete why would they stay in the eurozone? It is all about Greek leadership and its connection to bureaucrats, bankers and others that demand their inclusion into European and World government.

The Greek bailout and debt deal agreed by European Finance Ministers is a farce, a program designed to pay Greece's international creditors and buy time.

The reasoning is simple: the financial sector is trying to keep alive the illusion that Greece isn't bankrupt, cleverly manipulating the fear that a Greek bankruptcy would trigger a fatal chain reaction in order to get paid. If a default was declared, the resulting payouts would start a chain reaction that would cause widespread worldwide bank failures, making the Lehman collapse look small by comparison.

Greece is indeed broke, and the reason why all the bailout money being thrown into the pot isn't being used to foster competitiveness and help the country get back on its feet is because this bailout isn't actually going to fix Greece: rather, it's all about preserving the dream of a pan European nation state and outside financial interests.

By bailing out Greece and the foreign bank holders of sovereign debt, the pan European political dream remains intact. Current and future actions, therefore, are designed to simply buy more time to preserve the political dream of a future United States of Europe and all the benefits this entails.

The Greek bailout keeps the money flowing into the European financial system. Money is lent from European institutions - ultimately tax payer's money - and then flows into the coffers of European banks. It is a bank bailout on a gigantic scale.

But the good news for the banks doesn't end there. By forcing Greece to speed up its privatisation programme, all sorts of goodies - from airports, ports and motorways to water and sewerage systems - will come up for sale to be snatched up by the financiers of the countries imposing the policies.

The bailouts, the severe public spending cuts, the onslaught on public ownership - all reflect the experience of the developing world in the 1980s and 1990s. The result was two lost decades of development.

Up until this point it was unusual for countries to go backwards in terms of their income levels. But during the 1990s 54 countries went backwards in terms of per capita income and the level of extreme poverty increased by 100 million - not because of war or natural disaster but debt and structural adjustment.

Human welfare was sacrificed to the diktats of the financial system. The increased rates of murder, suicide and HIV in Greece today paint a similar picture.

There are alternatives which Europe could learn from such as what happened in Latin America. The economic policies pushed on Latin America in the early 1980s were an excellent way of helping U.S. banks out of crisis, but an appalling way of resolving Latin America's debt crisis, instead creating two decades of more debt, poverty and inequality.

Of course, this was the precise purpose of these policies - to shift the burden of financial crisis from the financial system and onto developing nations.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank lent money to dozens of countries which would otherwise have defaulted, in order to keep the debt repayments flowing back to the banks of the rich world that had created the crisis by their own reckless strategies.

Then, those countries, which didn't benefit at all from these bailout funds, were told to implement structural adjustment policies which saw industry privatised, money freed from government control and markets ripped open to competition with well-subsidised companies from the U.S. and Europe. Poverty boomed, inequality soared and finance was proclaimed king.

The same logic lies barely concealed behind the Greek bailout agreed by European finance ministers. There is not even a pretence that Greece's people will benefit from these funds.

Make no mistake the austerity measures being forced upon the people of Greece by the IMF and European Central Bank (ECB) are for the benefit of the banks, financial institutions and corporate elite.

The slashing of pensions and the minimum wage, the large reduction in public sector spending and job losses, can only make the depression longer and deeper. Even the Credit Ratings Agencies have recognised the futility of forcing countries into ongoing stagnation.

Greece is stuck in a vicious cycle of insolvency, low competitiveness and ever-deepening depression. Exacerbated by a draconian fiscal austerity, its public debt is heading towards 200 per cent of gross domestic product. To escape, Greece must now begin an orderly default, voluntarily exit the eurozone and return to the drachma.

The exit from the eurozone should be in the long-term interests of working people, not big business or banks. Contrary to what is often asserted, Greece would not collapse if it quit the euro. After all, monetary unions have a limited shelf life, and Europe's is a particularly badly structured one. Exit is the most sensible way for Greece to restore competitiveness and start to recover. The alternative is to continue with austerity packages that do not work and will lead to long-term decline.

The irony of the whole situation is that the austerity measures imposed by the EU-ECB-IMF troika are the main contributing factor to pushing Greece into a deep depression.

If Greece defaults, the country gets immediate relief from the crushing interest payments on its debt, leaving it with a relatively modest primary deficit which excludes the big interest payments Greece is faced with now.

In such a scenario, the pressure for austerity would therefore diminish. This would allow Greece to choose policies that encourage growth, rather than ones that shrink the deficit but retard growth by imposing higher taxes.

By abandoning the euro and adopting a properly valued currency, Greece can restore its international competitiveness. This means greater employment demand from both domestic and foreign sources. A new drachma would boost Greece's competitiveness almost overnight.

The potential negative of default is that Greece will likely lose access, for a while, to international credit markets (although it will be a much safer investment after default than it is now). Another significant problem would be capital losses for core eurozone financial institutions. Overnight, the foreign euro liabilities of Greece's government, banks and businesses would surge. Yet these problems can be overcome. Argentina did so in 2001, when it 'pesified' its dollar debts.

It seems the main issue for Greece is just how long it's going to have to suffer. The harsh austerity measures demanded by the EU and IMF make an economic recovery in this debt-crippled nation a near impossibility over the next two decades.

A country like Greece even with a 70% debt write off, and staying in the euro, will live in poverty for the next 25 to 50 years. A full default and exit from the euro would leave them with a 5 to 10 year depression. At first the latter will be disastrous but then austere normality will occur.

Greece should stop trying to save the euro and work on preserving democracy, regaining its independence, and reforming its own welfare state - all arguably more important than a currency union. Use a new drachma to transform the economy and create true gains to GDP.

If Greece continues to be engaged in what looks like a never-ending game of 'extend and pretend' then the long-term forecast is very bleak indeed.

It doesn't concern powerful elite that the debt of Greece is unpayable, as they are not paying for the bill anyway, you are. Money often flows between global interests, high above the heads of the citizens who most often end up having to pay it back.

When debt cannot be paid we need to stop punishing the people least responsible and start looking at changing the rules governing those who are responsible. This includes the small group of elected and non-elected leaders, composed of ruling Greek families and elites, making decisions for their own personal political and financial gain. The Venizelos elite have shown itself to be without ethics or remorse in many ways already (i.e. the Venizelos government secretly removed 70% of major hospital, utility and university account funds to pay foreign bondholders).

If only Greece had a leader like Rafael Correa of Ecuador, the country would then stand up to the ECB and the IMF because he knows they are nothing more than loan sharks on a huge scale. He would overturn the neoliberal policies currently being implemented in Greece with policies more sensitive to social justice, saving the people from having to pay for a loan that didn't benefit them.

The engagement of Greek people in the issues outlined above is fundamental - not only to help resolve the financial crisis but also in the fight against corruption. Corruption is seriously undermining the integrity of the Greek state and at the highest level can lead to very costly mistakes.

Nothing highlights this more than how Goldman Sachs helped Greece set up a secret loan swap deal in 2001 that helped the country hide its debt levels in order to meet requirements to join the European Union.

The deal is a story of two sinners because of the intentions of the two parties involved - Greece was trying to cover up its high debt levels and Goldman Sachs was trying to make a profit.

And what a profit Goldman Sachs made - on the day the 2001 deal was struck the Greek government already owed the bank about 600 million Euros more than the 2.8 billion Euros it borrowed. By 2005, the price of the transaction, a derivative that disguised the loan and that Goldman Sachs persuaded Greece not to test with competitors, had almost doubled to 5.1 billion Euros.

Greece is just another example of a poorly governed client that got taken apart by a multinational investment bank. Goldman Sachs is ruthless about ensuring that its interests aren't compromised - it's part of the DNA of that organization.

For the reasons outlined above I urge all Greeks to continue their fight against the policies of the EU-ECB-IMF troika and regain their sovereignty from the whims of an unstable and unethical financial system.

Many people (particularly outsiders) blame all Greece's troubles on its problems with corruption, tax evasion and its oversized state sector. Yet, there is one area of the Greek economy that lies at the heart of the crisis and radically needs reform: military spending.

The fact that Greece, a relatively small and democratic country should spend as much on its military as it does is perplexing. In 2006, as the financial crisis was looming, Greece was the third biggest arms importer after China and India. And over the past 10 years its military budget has stood at an average of 4% of GDP, more than 1000 Euros per person. So why has Greece continued to spend such huge amounts on its army? One major factor is that France and Germany's arms industries have greatly profited from this profligate military spending, leading their governments to put pressure on Greece not to cancel lucrative arms deals.

In the five years up to 2010, Greece purchased more of Germany's arms exports than any other country, buying 15% of its weapons. Over the same period, Greece was the third-largest customer for France's military exports and its top buyer in Europe. Significantly, when the first bailout package was being negotiated in 2010, Greece spent 7.1bn euros on its military, up from 6.24bn euros in 2007. A total of 1bn was spent on French and German weapons, plunging the country even further into debt in the same year that social spending was cut by 1.8bn euros. It has been claimed by some that this was no coincidence, and that the EU bailout was explicitly tied to burgeoning arms deals. In particular, there is alleged to have been concerted pressure from France to buy several stealth frigates. Meanwhile Germany sold 223 howitzers and completed a controversial deal on faulty submarines, leading to an investigation into accusations of bribes being given to Greek officials.

Amid economic stagnation in Europe and the west, military technology remains one of the key areas in which competitive advantage has been maintained over emerging economies. However, while this growth has benefited major arms-exporting countries such as Germany, France and the UK, it has deepened even further the economic divide within Europe. Interestingly, Portugal - another country currently in the news for its economic woes - is Germany's second largest arms buyer after Greece.

If Greece is in need of structural reform, then its oversized military would seem the most logical place to start. In fact, if it had only spent the EU average of 1.7% over the last 20 years, it would have saved a total of 52% of its GDP - meaning instead of being completely bankrupt it would be among the more typical countries struggling with the recession.

And the Greek people, instead of facing austerity measures that have reduced living standards by 30%, might have been able to take a more moderate and sustainable route to reform.

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Credit Card Debt Solutions Debt Settlement Vs. Bankruptcy

Credit card debt is becoming a nightmare for more and more people. For those burdened by debt, struggling to make minimum payments, screening phone calls for collectors, and constantly worrying about having to juggle finances in order to survive is a common experience. Many people who are overwhelmed by credit card debt will usually consider options such as declaring bankruptcy or taking out another loan in order to make payments on existing debts. But there is another option that is less extreme: debt settlement. By working with a legal debt settlement attorney, you can reduce your debts substantially and slowly make your way back to a secure financial position.

Debt settlement is quite simple: it means that your creditor has accepted a lower debt to be repaid from the debtor. This may sound like a bad deal for the creditor, but it is actually in their interest for you to pay back at least some of your debt if not all of it. The alternative, after all, would be for you, the debtor, to declare bankruptcy, in which case the creditor will see almost none of the debts repaid. As such, many credit card companies will be willing to negotiate a debt settlement program.

Keep in mind, though, that debt settlement is not for everyone. If you have a substantial enough income to pay your debts, but, for whatever reason, have not been making payments, then you should not expect your credit card company to be too open to the idea of lowering your debt. Debt settlement is for those who are truly struggling to pay down their debts. If you find your debts are getting out of control, you are struggling to make the minimum payments, have missed multiple payments, or you have debt collectors threatening you with lawsuits and the garnishment of your wages, then you probably need to look into a debt settlement program.

While anybody can negotiate a debt settlement, it is usually better to seek the assistance of a debt settlement attorney. Not only does a debt settlement attorney have far greater knowledge of and experience in debt settlement programs, but he/she can usually negotiate a much lower sum of debt for you and on much better terms than you would be able to do yourself. Collection agencies know, after all, that most people are not fully aware of the laws surrounding debt settlement programs, and thus they will often use this to try to keep the debt settlement relatively high if a debtor chooses to negotiate the settlement him/herself. A debt settlement attorney will represent you when negotiating with collection agencies and thus can often get you a much better deal. Furthermore, those annoying calls from collection agencies will cease and go straight to your attorney.

For those who are worried about the cost of debt settlement companies, the industry has vastly improved over the last few years. New federal and state laws are making it much more difficult for unscrupulous attorneys to take advantage of their clients. For example, upfront fees are now illegal and your attorney can only collect a fee from you if they actually settle at least one of your debts. Furthermore, they cannot demand payment from you until you have made at least one payment to your credit card company. These new regulations not only protect you from further debts, but also motivate your debt settlement attorney to pursue an even better debt settlement deal on your behalf.

Thus, before you consider bankruptcy or another loan to pay off your credit card debts, you should consider the services a debt settlement attorney. By doing so, you will likely be able to lower the sum of your debts and get yourself into a much better financial situation sooner rather than later.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

How To Sustain Small Business Growth

Many small businesses often ignore the minor glitches which cause major problems in their small businesses. There are people or situations which we often get used to and ignore, without realizing that they may be the main cause of a crisis situation. You could be strangling your small business growth without even realizing it.

Organizational growth demands updated strategies every quarter. It does not matter whether you are self-employed, running a home-based business or an employer. Leaders have to implement organizational updates every now and then in order to enhance growth strategies and speed up the entire growth process. Some hire help, while others acquire business cash advance in order to progress and expand.

We have created a list of how you can upgrade your growth strategies and take your small business to the next level. Firstly, you should

Remove the outlived
There might be services being offered and products being produced which may not be of any value to your business. You need to make a list of such services which no longer add value to your small business growth and have outlived the market demand.

Re-organize and strategize company's strategic goals
Reevaluate whether your mission statement matches your goals or not. You will know how much work being done is irrelevant to your small business needs and market demand. Redefine your objectives in pragmatic measureable terms.

Distractions and competitions among your employees is another point which should be considered. Other issues may have distracted them from your small business goals. There may be continuous concerns hampering growth among the employees and creating problems in their professional relationship and everyday work.

Create different ways to leverage employee talents
Work efficiency can only be improved by leveraging employee talent in different areas. Set meetings with them; ask them what they want to do and how they can add value to your company's goals. Help them review their skills in order to sharpen them. There might be unproductive or negative employees, but firing them may not be the solution. Hence, move them to positions and projects where their skills can be utilized effectively.

Check the Budget Lists
In many cases you subscribe, acquire business loans, purchase and hire help which may not be required by the company anymore. And all these might be charging you a lot of cash without you even realizing it. To save your working capital, these budgetary leaks should be evaluated and diminished. Conducting a quarterly review is extremely useful, knowing where your money is going will help you fight the unnecessary charges involved and will help you improve your credit score. Check your taxes and be ready for the upcoming TAX season.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Bad Credit Home Loan Refinancing: A Route To More Manageable Mortgages

Having a debt of several hundred thousands dollars hanging over our heads hardly helps us sleep at night. This is especially true when we have low credit scores, but the fact is that loan options are not so limited just because of a poor credit history, and we can ease our financial worries by getting bad credit home loan refinancing.

It is generally believed that home loans approved with bad credit are difficult enough to secure, never mind returning to have the loan deal refinanced. But the truth is that there are many advantages to getting a refinancing deal, as much for the lender as the borrower.

Many lenders are quite happy to agree refinancing home loans with bad credit, while the overall benefits to the borrower include improved credit rating, lower interests rates and, of course, less financial pressure on your shoulders.

How it Works

The mechanics of bad credit home loan refinancing is quite straight forward, even if it might seem pretty complicated. Put simply, your existing home loan is bought out and a new deal is agreed, with lower interest rates allowing for lower repayments each month. There is little doubt that when the financial screw is turned, that meeting existing home loan repayments is a struggle, so lifting that burden is necessary.

The existing home loan, approved with bad credit as a factor, was designed to suit the budgetary realities of that time, but situations can change. So, refinancing is part of the ensuring a default is avoided.

If a 25-year mortgage of 0,000, with monthly repayments of ,000, was taken out 5 years ago, the amount of the loan principal already repaid could be as much as ,000. By refinancing home loans with bad credit, the remaining 0,000 is bought out, and interest paid, with a new loan.

Benefits of a Refinancing Deal

There are twin benefits for a borrower that avails of bad credit home loan refinancing. Firstly, because the original home loan has been fully repaid, the credit rating of the borrower is improved. The attitude of the lending industry is quite simple, so since the loan has been cleared the credit points are earned, regardless of whether or not a loan was used to clear it.

Secondly, because the credit score is improved, the interest rate lenders will apply to home loans approved with bad credit automatically falls. What is more, the refinancing loan is ,000 lower than the original loan, which means that the monthly repayments are lower too.

So, instead of repayments of ,000, the new figure might be 0 per month, freeing up extra cash for other bills and debts to be paid with. Clearly then, refinancing home loans with bad credit is an all-round winning strategy.

Applying for Refinancing

The process of seeking a bad credit home loan refinancing deal is pretty simple. The first step to take is to visit your mortgage provider and discuss the available options. It is possible to approach a completely new lender, but because of the existing relationship, a better deal might be got from the familiar one.

It is also a good idea to get an accurate credit rating. It may have changed since getting your original home loan approved with bad credit, and the degree to which it has worsened or improved can be influential, while any inaccuracies can be corrected. Remember that credit scores are key to refinancing home loans with bad credit, since it can affect the new interest rate.

Finally, make sure all of the paperwork is in order, since this will be carefully reviewed by the lender. Still, a good relationship will mean that a favorable bad credit home loan refinancing deal can be agreed, lifting the financial pressures and allowing for more sleep-filled nights.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Vintage Wine Storage Tips From Cash Advance Loans

Most of us love having wine with our dinner. In fact, we stock up on vintage so we have something to pair with our succulent steak. And most of all, we collect them so we have something to offer our guests during special occasions. Some vintage wines are affordable while others are rare and limited that they come with a hefty price tag. People who love owning rare and showcase-worthy vintage wines even spend hundreds of dollars for just a bottle. Others apply for cash advance loans and bid for that special vintage wine. They fear that without the cash advance loan to give them instant cash, they may not be able to get ahold of that precious vintage wine they've wanted to have.

But regardless whether you spent some cash advance loans on a vintage wine or not, the fact remains that all wines must be stored in the correct manner in order to preserve their taste, quality, and color among others. So if you are an avid vintage wine collector, you want to store your collection properly so as to avoid wasting all those money you've spent for them. Here are some tips you can follow:

Maintain a specified temperature. Temperature is crucial in developing the taste of wine. Experts recommend that you store your wines in a constant range of temperature, between 50 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit. This environment slows the process of aging thereby preserving the taste.

Store where it's dark. There is a reason why wines are stored in cold, dark cellars. When exposed to direct sunlight or artificial light, wine oxidizes and it loses color and flavor. If you don't have a cellar, choose a cool dark place to store your wine collection such as a pantry or cabinet.

Maintain humidity. The right humidity is important in preserving the cork and label of the wine. First off, you need to maintain 80% humidity because above that would dry out the cork. And when the cork dries up, the wine can evaporate. Secondly, too much humidity can also peel the wine's label, which will then lessen its value.

Store sideways. Make sure that you store the wine bottles sideways in order to keep the cork moist. If the cork dries up, air can get into the bottle and spoil the wine. You can buy or build a wine rack for this purpose.

Storing opened wines. Refrigerate white and red wines after uncorking and they can last unaffected in taste for two weeks. In addition, make sure that you store the wines away from sources of vibrations such as on top of a refrigerator, by the elevator, and fan among others.

Make sure that you store your vintage wine the right way so you don't waste all those payday cash loan you have spent to procure them. And for more vintage wine collection, use a cash advance loan. Spend this loan to get the best quality vintage wines.

Monday, October 8, 2012

Overcome Your Financial Crisis With Bankruptcy - Prince George Lawyers

Almost everyone faces financial instability at some time in their lives. In such a situation, even little things turn worse and deeply affect the standards of living of the individual. There are many reasons like the global economical crunch, serious accidents, health issues etc behind the financial problems that people face. Financial difficulties can make daily tasks much more difficult to accomplish. No one wants to be in a financial crunch. But finding the right solution for these debt problems is not always easy. If you have no way out of your financial debts, then declaring bankruptcy is the only solution. Bankruptcy is a legal process which allows you relief from the burden of an overwhelming debt load, and provides the quickest route to the elimination of your debts and the ability to start working on recovering your credit rating.

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