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Keeping Kids Safe: A Car Seat Primer

With the risks of texting, drunk driving, bad weather conditions, and the poor judgment of others, drivers need to exercise caution every time they go out on the road. But accidents do happen, and when we have children in the car we must do everything we can to keep them safe. According to the National Read More

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FDA Calls For Lower Doses of Sleep Medication To Prevent Drowsy Driving

Drowsy driving is a huge problem in this country. According to a government study, 1 in 24 U.S. adults say they recently fell asleep while driving. Some health experts contend that the number is even higher because people often don’t realize when they nod off at the wheel for just a second or two. While Read More

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Overcrowded Emergency Rooms = Trouble

This is the time of year that emergency rooms are bursting at the seams. They are full of people suffering from flu symptoms and other seasonal illnesses in addition to the usual injuries and emergencies. This overcrowding is a recipe for malpractice because doctors are in a hurry, fatigued, and may not provide you with Read More

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The Dangers of Energy Drinks

Last week, the FDA posted a report on their website about deaths that may have been associated with various energy drinks, including Monster Energy, Rockstar Energy and Five Hour Energy. The drinks combine high doses of sugar and caffeine to offer consumers a quick pick-me-up boost of energy when needed. According to the FDA report, Read More

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Message Sender Not Liable in New Jersey Texting While Driving Case

Kyle Best crashed into David and Linda Kubert while texting with his girlfriend, Shanon Calonna. Each of the Kuberts, who had been riding a motorcycle at the time, lost a leg in the accident and then sued Best for their injuries. But that’s not all: they also sued Colonna, alleging that her text distracted Best Read More

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Bar Owners Could Be Liable in Drunk Driving Crashes

Amanda Davis, a well-known news anchor for Fox in Atlanta, was arrested recently for driving while under the influence of alcohol after she ended up in a collision. The driver of the car she hit, David Jarman, was taken for treatment to Grady Memorial Hospital following the incident. This case may at first glance appear Read More

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When School Bus Drivers are Negligent

Caroline Tuttle and Ryder Deitz died a few weeks ago in a fatal school bus accident. Both of them were just three years old. The parents of the two children are now suing the schools’ superintendent, the bus driver and several others for negligence. They claim that the school ignored repeated warnings about the driver, Read More

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Do Warning Labels Invalidate the Right to Sue?

The makers of the popular magnetic desk toys Buckyballs and Buckycubes have decided to discontinue their product because of what the company calls, baseless and relentless legal badgering from the CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission). The company finally caved into long standing CPSC demands partly fueled by videos on YouTube that showed teenagers how to Read More

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The Meningitis Drug Contamination Scandal

As most readers are likely aware by now, there has been a scandal involving steroid injections which were contaminated with fungal meningitis. In cases like this, there is always a need for consumers to get the kind of legal representation they need in order to protect their rights and the rights of their family in Read More

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What Is a Trauma Activation Fee?

Mark Mitchell learned the hard way just what a trauma activation fee is. Last January, he crashed his bicycle and suffered some minor bruising on his elbow. He also fainted briefly, which the paramedics who treated him thought might be a sign of a concussion. They urged him to go to the hospital to get Read More

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