Monthly Archives: February 2016

Senate Holds Hearing on High Skilled H-1B Workers as FY 2017 H-1B Season Begins

The Senate held a hearing on February 25, 2016 on the H-1B high skilled worker program just as employers around the United States are preparing to file for foreign nationals to fill key roles on a temporary basis. The H-1B

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Even cyclists need to be on the lookout for distracted drivers

It’s bad enough that drivers and pedestrians have to be on the alert for distracted drivers, but not many people think about cyclists. Cyclists are a large part of the driving landscape in many American cities, and if a driver

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Chicago Surgical Patient Alleges Medical Malpractice During Gall Bladder Surgery

Alfred Matthews went to the hospital for a routine gall bladder surgery. During his operation, the surgeon allegedly severed his common bile duct. Matthews filed a personal injury lawsuit against the hospital Orland Park in Chicago, the surgeon Dr. James

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Medicare Supplement Leads Vital Foundations to Build Your Agency

If you’re new to the business of selling insurance, or even if you’re an old hand at it, make selling a breeze by using Medicare supplement leads. Let’s be honest here. You want to grow your business, right? You did

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Construction Accident Facts that Might Surprise You

In this month’s Chicago Injury Alert, we look at the high rate of construction accidents and how most construction work injuries and deaths are preventable.

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Construction Accident Facts that Might Surprise You

In this month’s Chicago Injury Alert, we look at the high rate of construction accidents and how most construction work injuries and deaths are preventable.

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VA’s new policy on robotic legs to help more paralyzed vets walk

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced it will pay for robotic legs that could help many paralyzed veterans who have spinal cord injuries walk again. ReWalk Robotics makes electronic leg braces with motion sensors and motorized joints that allow

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Convictions keep coming in investigations of darknet sites

Kirk Cottom, 45, of Rochester, New York, was sentenced to six years in prison for accessing child pornography. He previously pleaded guilty to the charges on August 3, 2015. Cottom is the 19th man to be convicted of child pornography-related

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Convictions keep coming in investigations of darknet sites

Kirk Cottom, 45, of Rochester, New York, was sentenced to six years in prison for accessing child pornography. He previously pleaded guilty to the charges on August 3, 2015. Cottom is the 19th man to be convicted of child pornography-related

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Tips On How To Prepare for A Child Custody Evaluation

In family law and divorce cases where parents cannot work out a custody arrangement, and in situations where custody is hotly-contested, one option in addition to the testimony of the parents and third party witnesses is what is known in

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