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Joyce and Reyes Personal Injury Attorney Cites Ongoing Safety Concerns Following Tampa Student Pedestrian’s Death

A car struck two Tampa students as they walked to school, killing one. Sisters Victoria and Norma Velasquez-Cabrera were crossing Hillsborough Avenue on the 2500 block to get to Middleton High at about 7:15 a.m. on a recent Tuesday. A

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Patient Beware: Some Hospitals Do Not Carry Medical Malpractice Insurance

Though it might be quite a surprise to some patients, there are a number of hospitals in some of the busiest cities in the U.S. that do not have standard, full policy malpractice insurance. Some hospitals are “naked” or “bare,”

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Connecticut Chemical Companies Should Comply with Regulations to Protect Workers and General Public

Recently, a Connecticut company was fined for violating hazardous waste management laws after the Environmental Protection Agency inspected its chemical distribution facility and warehouse. Hubbard-Hall formulates and distributes more than 5,000 chemicals out of its facility in Waterbury and another

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Borrower Profile and Credit Concerns in Pre-Settlement Lending in Personal Injury Cases

There is an ever-growing cottage industry of investors ready, willing and able to make the equivalent of a loan to an individual who is the plaintiff in a personal injury case. These transactions, also known as pre-settlement lending, are a

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Donahue Warns Against Understating Slip and Fall Incidents

Tripping and falling might seem like just another hump in the day. But over the course of the next week or so, it may manifest as a much more serious injury. “Who hasn’t fallen at one time or another, picked

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The Law Firm of Perlmutter & Schuelke Explains Pharmaceutical Errors Increasing

Just about 1.3 million people across the U.S. will die each year as a result drug errors. Pharmaceutical mistakes are on the rise. It’s not a secret that medical malpractice lawsuits are growing every year, despite some states capping a

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Attorney Osborne Examines Bus Driver’s Negligence in Wrongful Death of 9-Year-Old Girl

The school bus driver in this wreck was listening to an iPod. She may also have fell asleep just before the collision. “It never ceases to amaze me what people do when they are driving vehicles, which can easily kill

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Arkansas Injury Lawyer Smith Advises Bruises May Be Sign Of Elder Abuse In Nursing Homes

Nursing homes are meant to be places of safety. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. “If you’re in the situation where you need to place a loved one in a nursing home, you want to know they will be safe,

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Medical Malpractice Cases May Be Tried Twice, Malpractice Attorney Ozcomert Says

While unusual, it can happen – instances where medical malpractice cases are ultimately tried twice. “This case that we read about recently involved a young girl who suffered severe birth injuries – brain injuries. It was interesting in that it

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R.W. Lee Law Firm Explains How Big Rig Collisions are Handled

Big rigs are a commanding presence on the highways. Unfortunately, they are often involved in fatal accidents. Big rig collisions happen every day; a statistic many Americans would rather not entertain as a part of their daily news. Unfortunately, many

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