J.J. Abrams Introduces Chris Moore at Consumer Watchdog's 2013 Rage For Justice Awards. Producer Chris Moore is the first recipient of the People Speak Media Award.
Consumer Watchdog's Privacy Project Director, John M. Simpson, asks pointed questions at the 2013 Google shareholder's meeting.
The State Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC) admits it failed to collect nearly $185 million from polluting businesses, essentially passing those costs onto California taxpayers. Now the DTSC admission indicates when it did move in to deal with cleanup, it frequently let the polluting businesses off the hook and stuck taxpayers with the...
KGTV ABC-10 San Diego, CA - Blue Cross Settles Class Action Suit Involving HIV/AIDS Patients' Medication
Consumer Watchdog is claiming victory in settlement with Blue Cross regarding delivery of medication for HIV/AIDS patients.
Auto Club of Southern California customers will receive an average 4.1 percent rate reduction on policies starting July 1, Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones announced Wednesday. The company agreed to lower its rates by $70 million, or an average of $35 per policyholder, following discussions with the California Department of Insurance and the...
Patients usually are able to put their trust in medical professionals, but in the Bay Area some bad doctors are showing up with perfect records because the medical board that oversees them isn't doing its job.
Danville resident Bob Pack is on a mission to make random drug and alcohol testing of doctors mandatory, as pilots, bus drivers and even Wal-Mart employees already have to do. Bob lost his seven and ten year old children to a drug addict who fell asleep at the wheel because doctors and the state’s largest HMO, Kaiser, gave her thousands of...
DTSC Chief Deputy Director Odette Madriago steps down just weeks after NBC Bay Area uncovered a stock portfolio full of investments into companies the department regulates. Investigative Reporter Vicky Nguyen reports in an investigation that aired on May 13, 2013. See the original source page here: http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/DTSC-...
KOVR CBS TV-13 Sacramento - Victims Of Medical Injustice Call On CA Legislature To Fix 38 Year Old Damage Cap
Family members and victims of medical negligence held a press conference in front of the state capitol to announce a patient safety ballot measure that will lift a nearly 38-year-old cap on victims’ recovery signed by Governor Brown in 1975.
KGO ABC TV-7 SF, CA - Injured Patients & Families Members In State Capitol To Adjust 38 Year Old Damage Cap
Victims of medical negligence went to Sacramento Thursday to demand changes to a 38 year old law that has denied them justice and announced a ballot measure to lift a $250,000 cap on recovery set in 1975 by Governor Brown in his first term.