Monthly Archives: February 2017

Camp Lejeune: Water Contamination Update, Presumptive Conditions

From the 1950s through the 1980s, people living or working at the U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, were potentially exposed to drinking water contaminated with industrial solvents, benzene, and other chemicals. VA has established a presumptive service connection

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How to File a Complaint With the Department of Veterans Affairs

Different aspects of Veterans Administration (VA) operations fall under the responsibility of different agencies, you don’t simply file a complaint with the VA, rather, you file a complaint with the agency, bureau or person that oversees that aspect of the VA

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What you might not know about the ACA?

What you might not know about the ACA? Many Americans are hoping for a reform in the health insurance system. They are hoping that the Trump administration delivers on its promises regarding health care. People want choices and perhaps that is

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Warrantless police search not justified in weapons possession case

A New York state appellate court recently threw out multiple weapons charges against a man accused of stockpiling firearms and explosives in his parents’ Long Island home. New York has some of the nation’s strictest weapons laws, especially when it

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Slip & Fall Passenger Wins 6 Million Dollar Verdict and A Bus Hits An Inebriated Passenger

On this episode of Chicago Injury Alert, we look at a supermarket slip & fall case, and a bus accident involving a passenger who was under the influence.

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Company Fined after Worker Crushed to Death by 3,000-pound Concrete Form

Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, employers are responsible for providing safe and healthy workplaces for their employees. Unfortunately, many employers’ shortcut OSHA standards exposing employees to significant increased risk of harm and workplace injury. A 47-year-old

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Woman Awarded $525k for Car Accident Injuries Caused by Deputy

The Georgia deputy was on duty when he ran a stop sign, slamming into an sport utility vehicle driven by a 55-year-old woman.  At the time, according to The Daily Report, the deputy was on-duty, but he wasn’t on his

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How to consistently get efficient sales

Maybe you think it is easy enough to get the leads in and then call them as you go down the list. While that may work for some agents, such as the ones who have been in the business for

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Jury convicts Florida man for ‘pill mill’ operation

A jury convicted a Florida man of 11 felony charges for running a pain clinic that prosecutors called a “pill mill.” Richard McMillan refused a plea deal of 10 years in prison. He took the stand in his own defense,

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Physician assistant convicted for illegal sale of painkillers

A New York physician assistant faces a five-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to conspiring to illegally distribute the painkiller oxycodone. Michael Troyan, 38, was ordered to forfeit the $710,000 he made in the drug sales. He must also serve

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