September, 2015

September 30, 2015

Birth injuries can be as devastating to infants as they may be to parents, especially when preventable medical negligence may have contributed to these injuries. What can compound the impacts of birth injuries, however, is believing some of the misconceptions about them. This is because birth injury myths can mislead…
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September 26, 2015

Home is usually where people feel safe and protected. Unfortunately, however, some of the products people use every day at home may be posing a significant risk to their – and their loved ones’ – safety. In fact, recently, researchers at Health Grove ranked the leading products and items that…
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September 23, 2015

A controversial, growing movement in the U.S. is pushing for the installation of cameras in operating rooms in order to document what happens during surgeries – especially those that go wrong and lead to allegations of medical malpractice claims. This push is being spearheaded by two efforts: a proposed bill…
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September 20, 2015

Sustaining an injury – or having a loved one get hurt – can turn people’s lives upside down. While focusing on healing and getting the appropriate medical care during these times is crucial, it may also be essential to: Consult with an experienced personal injury attorney – This free meeting…
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September 15, 2015

Fall is here, and for many families, that means sending kids back to school. For parents whose children who will be riding school buses to get to and from school, going over some fundamental school bus safety tips can be essential to ensuring children know how to protect themselves and…
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September 11, 2015

National Child Passenger Safety Week is upon us. Running from Sept. 13th through Sept. 19th, this week will focus on educating parents about how to keep their young passengers safe during their roadway travels. Supporting this effort, we will point out some important facts to know about child passengers and…
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September 7, 2015

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can have devastating impacts on people, affecting their cognition, perception and even mobility. What can be just as distressing as these impacts, however, can be the process of diagnosing TBIs. This is because the sometimes subtle and elusive nature of TBIs symptoms can mean that it…
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September 2, 2015

Today, child pornography victims won an important court victory in  preventing additional copies being made for defense experts of images depicting them. Judge Kimberly J. Mueller of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California held that the Adam Walsh Child and Protection Safety Act of 2006 permitted…
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September 2, 2015

Last month, a Utah boy known as “Andy” won restitution in a New York court from a man who was convicted of possessing images of the boy’s abuse. Andy was reportedly sexually abused from the ages of 6 to 12, and to date, more than 700 defendants across the U.S….
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