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Archive | January, 2009

The Excessive Risk in Air Rescue

Friday, January 30, 2009 — James E. Hall

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Like the rest of the country, I was deeply saddened by the fatal crash of an emergency medical services (EMS) Eurocopter Dauphin II helicopter on September 28 in Maryland which killed four and left another in critical condition. But as a former Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, this trend is anything but shocking. […]

Safety of Helicopter Ambulance Operations to be The Subject of Public Hearing

Monday, January 26, 2009 — Admin

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Based on an unprecedented helicopter ambulance accident record in 2008, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will host a 4-day public hearing, commencing 3 February at 9 a.m., exploring virtually all aspects of helicopter EMS (emergency medical services) operations. It is obvious that NTSB special studies in 2006 and earlier, in 1988, and the resulting […]

Nolan Law Group Files Lawsuit on Behalf of Parents of Infant

Tuesday, January 6, 2009 — Admin

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Nolan Law Group Files Lawsuit on Behalf of Parents of Infant

A lawsuit stemming from the catastrophic October 15, 2008, crash of an Air Angels EMS Helicopter near Aurora, Ill., was filed January 6, 2009, on behalf of Robert and Brooke Blockinger, who suffered the tragic loss of their 14-month-old daughter, Kirstin Reann Blockinger. Kirstin Reann Blockinger was one of four individuals killed when the emergency […]

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