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September 11, 2019
8 Documents You’ll Probably Need in a Malpractice Case

In the case of medical malpractice, you must collect all records and documentation of what took place. This will expedite your claim and improve your chances of compensation for your losses. So, be sure to retrieve and save all records. Though in the midst of this hardship, it may be challenging to maintain perfect organization, we advise an effort to do so. But what exactly will you need?

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August 27, 2019
Can a Self-Driving Car be Sued

In 1989, Back to the Future imagined the world in 2015. They got some things right- certain forms of automation, eyewear reminiscent of Google Glass, and face recognition technology. However, they missed the mark when it came to the Future of cars.

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August 20, 2019
Largest Malpractice Settlement in History Hits John Hopkins
More than $229 million was awarded to 16-year-old Erica Byrom, and her newborn in the wake of the child’s severe birth injuries at John Hopkins hospital. Health care providers allegedly gave Byrom inaccurate predictions for the fetus’s outcome, causing her misinformed decision to forgo a cesarean section at the time of delivery. The verdict includes [...]
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August 13, 2019
10 Safe Biking: Safety Tips for Cyclists
The US is occurring more and more cycling enthusiasts. According to the US Census Bureau, in the past decade, we’ve seen a 60 percent increase in the number of bike commuters. And it’s easy to see why. Cycling offers many benefits for one’s short and long term wellbeing. In a 20-minute bike ride to work, [...]
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August 7, 2019
Steps to Proving Liability in a Sidewalk Slip and Fall
Steps to Proving Liability in a Sidewalk Slip and Fall A slip and fall on a sidewalk may result in serious injury. And in the case that you are affected by the unsafe conditions of a sidewalk, you may wonder if someone is at fault. If negligence led to your fall, there are a few [...]
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July 29, 2019
Summer Camp Injuries- Who Is Liable?
Summer Camp Injuries- Who Is Liable? There are more than 14,000 camps in operation in the US. Eight thousand four hundred of these are sleep-away while the rest serve as day camps. And each year, more than 14 million people attend one of these for some portion of their vacation. With countless outdoor activities, amazing [...]
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July 23, 2019
7 Most Common Injuries While Vacationing
7 Most Common Injuries While Vacationing Whether you’re traveling to a beach resort or braving a family road trip, vacations can lend some long-anticipated and much-needed restoration. Simply ‘getting away from it all’ might be all that it takes to get some rest and enjoy your loved ones. So, wherever your summer vacation may take [...]
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July 18, 2019
9 Boating Safety Tips You Should Know
9 Boating Safety Tips You Should Know Summer is the season for rivers, lakes, oceans, and every other type of body of water! When the summer sun beats down, there is no better place to be. But, while there is endless fun to be had on your water vessel of choice, boating of all sorts [...]
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July 3, 2019
Firework Safety
Firework Safety With Independence Day to kick it off, July is the hottest month for fireworks. On the 4th of July alone, the American Pyrotechnics Association (APA) estimates that each year, about 14,000 firework displays explode into the sky. It has been an American tradition since the very first Independence Day, and there is no [...]
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June 26, 2019
When a Dog’s Bite is Worse Than its Bark
When a Dog’s Bite is Worse Than its Bark Nicknamed, man’s best friend, dogs have earned a status above “pet” in the homes of many. They are the choice adventure partner, the perfect lounging companion, and the first to welcome you home each evening. It’s easy to see why so many adore canines of all [...]
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