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  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome – St. Louis Car Wreck Lawyer March 27, 2017 When the blood vessels and nerves are squeezed near the thoracic outlet, it causes a condition known as thoracic outlet syndrome. It is not uncommon for car accident victims to develop neck, arm, shoulder, and hand pain. In most cases, the cause of…
  • Former TCU Quarterback Arrested After His Car Crashes into Dallas Bar March 27, 2017 Patrons of an Uptown Dallas bar were socializing early this morning when a car came barreling through the wall. No surprise that the driver was drunk — so drunk that she then slammed her car into reverse and hurt the bartender and seven people…
  • Selling Your House Without A Real Estate Agent March 27, 2017 The influx of people moving to the State of Texas has led to a shortage of housing opportunities. This shortage has contributed to the rise in housing prices and created a seller's market. Texas homeowners have been taking advantage of the situation…
  • Georgia Pedestrians Not Crossing at Crosswalks Involved in Actionable Wrecks March 27, 2017 We have handled a number of cases involving clients who were severely injured while crossing both within a cross walk and outside of a cross walk. Despite popular belief, there are times when an injured pedestrian may recover for the negligence of a…
  • Bicyclist Injured by Uber Driver at Hudson River Greenway Crossing March 27, 2017 The driver of an Uber SUV struck and injured a bicyclist on the Hudson River Greenway, according to a Streetsblog report. The Uber driver was reportedly turning right from West Street onto Liberty Street when he hit the bicyclist. The bicycle…
  • Five Common Misconceptions about Construction Accident Cases March 27, 2017 A construction accident can have an immediate as well as a long-standing impact on victims' lives. Not only does it affect the life of the injured worker, but also his family members who depend on his income to make ends meet. When a construction…
  • Vineyard and Winery Accident Lawyer March 27, 2017 Vineyard and Winery Accident Lawyer I'm Ed Smith, a Sacramento personal injury lawyer and I want to warn you of the dangers of local wineries and vineyards. As the weather improves and people flock to visit local businesses, it's important to be…
  • Stop and Frisk in Las Vegas March 27, 2017 Of the numerous and varied actions that law enforcement has been known to take against the ordinary citizen, few have a greater talent for eliciting outrage that the ever-popular stop and frisk. The temporary detention and subsequent pat-down are bad…
  • Legislators Aim to Intensify Penalties for Texting and Driving March 27, 2017 Do you text (or e-mail or surf the web) while driving? If statistics on the topic are a good measure, you probably do, or have at one point. As our Delray Beach personal injury lawyers at Aronberg, Aronberg & Green know, and as at least one…
  • Meet Samantha Schwindel, The 2017 John Foy & Associates $1,000 Leukemia Scholarship Recipient March 27, 2017 John Foy & Associates, one of Atlanta's most established personal injury law firms, is proud to announce the 2017 winner of its annual "Strong Arm" Leukemia Scholarship. Samantha Schwindel of Spencer County, IN., was awarded the 2017 "Strong Arm"…
  • Meet Samantha Schwindel, The 2017 John Foy & Associates $1,000 Leukemia Scholarship Recipient March 27, 2017 John Foy & Associates, one of Atlanta's most established personal injury law firms, is proud to announce the 2017 winner of its annual "Strong Arm" Leukemia Scholarship. Samantha Schwindel of Spencer County, IN., was awarded the 2017 "Strong Arm"…
  • Knowledge is Power: How Knowing the Law and the Facts, Can Help You in Your Louisiana Injury Case March 27, 2017 Sometimes, the facts of your case may look ominous, giving you the fear that your case is hopeless. You should not give up without consulting an attorney first. An experienced injury attorney may have knowledge of the law that could make your case…
  • Chicago Tribune Report Shows Pharmacies Missing Major Drug Interactions March 27, 2017 In a collaborative report with Chicago physician Dr. Steven Fox and two pharmacy professors who specialize in drug interactions, the Chicago Tribune has pulled back the curtain on a frighteningly common occurrence. Pharmacists at both major chains…
  • Street Racer Found Partly Liable for Other Vehicles Fatal Crash March 27, 2017 Interesting reasons for judgement were published today by the BC Supreme Court, Vancouver Registry, finding a street racer partly liable for the death of a passenger in another vehicle that he did not collide with. In today's case (Suran v. Auckland)…
  • Teen faces felony charge for hit-and-run with injury March 27, 2017 A teen from Cape Coral, Florida is held responsible for a hit-and-run collision took place on January 21, on the Midpoint Bridge. The teen, driving a 2011 Infiniti, struck the rear of a moped, causing the driver to be ejected from the bike. As…
  • Boating accident in Texas reveals potential safety hazards March 27, 2017 Waterfowlers face many dangerous conditions when out hunting. Consider the recent accident involving a 26-year-old man and his 5-year-old son. Both drowned in Lake Tawakoni in Texas while waterfowling. Waterfowl hunting is a risky sport. Some of the…
  • The 18 Most Understaffed Nursing Homes in Pennsylvania March 27, 2017 When moving a family member into a nursing home you are doing so with the hope that they will be given the utmost care and protection. Unfortunately, understaffing in nursing homes leads to neglect of its elderly residents. When there is a shortage…
  • Massive Amount of Insider Trading, Front-Running and Ponzi Schemes, Says Former CFTC Enforcement Chief March 27, 2017 The former head of enforcement at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) told Reuters that there is a "massive amount of misconduct" in futures, options and swaps markets. This fraud, which includes prohibited market manipulation,…
  • American Health Care Act Limits Brain Injury March 27, 2017 At a time when Americans are concerned about health care being too expensive, the AHCA raises premiums 20 percent, charges people over the age of 50 five times more than younger enrollees and increases out-of-pocket costs and deductibles while…
  • Workplace Accidents in Confined Spaces – St. Louis Work Comp Attorney March 27, 2017 Each yeah there are many Missouri workers injured while working in confined spaces. Confined spaces are work environments that restrict worker movement. In some cases, special permits are required when a worker must move through narrow openings, and…