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Archive for December 2015

10 Questions to Ask When You’re Looking for a Nursing Home

10 nursing home questions

The decision to move a loved one into a nursing home is difficult on many levels. However, feeling confident that you’ve chosen a facility well-equipped to meet his or her needs will help you rest a bit easier.

Consider the

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Fatal Dog Attack of Four-Year-Old Boy Leads to Wrongful Death Lawsuit

In Detroit, Michigan, a wrongful death lawsuit and criminal charges have been filed against a man whose four dogs recently mauled to death a four-year-old boy. As the boy was walking with his mother along the street, the dogs grabbed …

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Two-Year-Old Girl Killed by Shuttle Service Leads to Wrongful Death Lawsuit

In Morristown, New Jersey, the family of a two-year-old girl has filed suit over her wrongful death following a traffic van accident. The accident occurred at a popular tourist farm in Chester Township where two vans were operating as a …

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Lawsuits filed over Exploding E-Cigarettes

Vicente Garza shows his hand that is missing part of his left index finger as a result of an exploding e-cigarette. Gregory L. Bentley held a press conference with his client Vicente Garza, who lost a finger and suffered severe burns to his tongue and mouth from an exploding e-cigarette. Glendale, CA. 11/19/2015 (photo by John McCoy/Los Angeles News Group)

Three men in California have filed lawsuits over injuries sustained when their electronic cigarettes blew up. The first man suffered second degree burns to his neck, ear and face, in addition to facial fractures. The second man suffered burns to …

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Factory Explosion leads to Wrongful Death Lawsuit filed by Worker’s Family


On February 6, 2015, an explosion at the Ultratec firework manufacturing facility in Owens Cross Roads, Alabama left two workers dead. The family of one deceased worker has recently filed a lawsuit alleging that the company failed to provide a …

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Jury Awards over $10 million to young boy after hospital’s failure to diagnose meningitis


In December of 2009, a mother took her young son to the ER at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for several days of feverish symptoms. He was diagnosed with an upper respiratory infection and sent home. Over the following two …

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