By William Bill Hurst On July 1, 2011 an Indianapolis Metropolitan police officer was hospitalized after she was involved in a crash on the “Far South side” while responding to another traffic accident.  The officer had lights and sirens activated when she drove through a red light at Southport and Bluff roads and was struck by…

By William Bill Hurst Takeda Pharmaceutical Company is Asia’s biggest drug maker and they face tens of thousands of lawsuits in the United States courts over allegations that the Actos diabetes drug causes bladder cancer.  This drug was marketed for Takeda in the United States by the Indianapolis based Eli Lilly & Company from July, 1999…

  By William Bill Hurst Semi-truck, tractor- trailer and commercial vehicle accidents in the United States continue to rise.  The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety indicates that over 100,000 people sustain serious personal injuries, and over 5,000 people die in these crashes annually.  The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) compiles statistics and reports for truck-driving accidents in…