January, 2014

January 1, 2014

Our children often suffer from illnesses or injuries that are either not properly diagnosed or misdiagnosed by physicians and other medical personnel.  Sometimes this is simply because medical personnel are inclined to dismiss or ignore a child’s physical complaints deeming them to be overly dramatic or even non-existent, but an…
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January 1, 2014

Because people are living longer, and finding themselves without the financial means or family willing to take them in, more people are residing in nursing homes than ever before.  Locating a nursing home with a high standard of care can often become a daunting task, and one that should include…
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January 1, 2014

Drivers often get behind the wheel of their automobiles without considering product liability or the safety records of the cars they are driving.  Before purchasing an automobile, it is always wise to check out the monthly recall reports issued by the Department of Transportation (DOT) to determine if the car…
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January 1, 2014

As a direct response to the exorbitant number of deaths occurring among railroad workers in 1908, and the fact that most railroad workers are not eligible for workers’ compensation, Congress passed the Federal Employers’ Liability Act, FELA, which enables a railroad worker to sue for job related injuries.  FELA does…
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