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Blog Posts in January, 2015

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  • Liability Exceptions That Cater To The Government While Hurting Your Claim
    Liability Exceptions That Cater To The Government While Hurting Your Claim

    Last week during a “peaceful” protest at an air force base, you were pushed by another protester straight into a federal police officer. You tried to apologize and tell him it was a mistake, but he ...

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  • The Many Types Of Organ Damage Due To Doctor Negligence
    The Many Types Of Organ Damage Due To Doctor Negligence

    There are nearly 80 organs in the human body, each performing an important specific function to keep us alive and healthy. When any one of these organs malfunctions or fails, we are at risk of ...

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  • Dropping The Phone To Raise Awareness: Decreasing Texting And Driving Accidents
    Dropping The Phone To Raise Awareness: Decreasing Texting And Driving Accidents

    The smarter our cell phones get, the more distracting they become, especially when we are behind the wheel. Accidents caused by distracted driving have significantly increased over the past six years. ...

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  • 3 Common Types Of Hospital Negligence
    3 Common Types Of Hospital Negligence

    When we’re ill, most of us would like to try to get better without going to the hospital. However, sometimes our illnesses or injuries require medical expertise that can only be provided to us as an ...

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  • Penalties And Dangers Of Texting While Driving: When =) Turns To X(
    Penalties And Dangers Of Texting While Driving: When =) Turns To X(

    You’re stuck in a traffic jam two miles from your exit. You’ve been sitting in the same spot for over 15 minutes and you’re beginning to get extremely irritated. You look in your rearview mirror and ...

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  • What You Should Know About Cerebral Palsy Birth Injuries
    What You Should Know About Cerebral Palsy Birth Injuries

    Cerebral palsy is the term used to describe a range of disorders affecting the brain and nervous system that lead to movement problems. Cerebral palsy affects muscle control, muscle coordination, ...

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