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June 2017 News

Dangers of overexposure to heat are real

Heat-related deaths happen every year. According the EPA, a total of more than 9,000 Americans have died from heat-related causes since 1979. Heat stroke is serious, and needs to be treated like any other medical emergency.
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Top safety precautions for fireworks

Fireworks have become a staple at 4th of July parties. Each year, Americans celebrate independence by purchasing over 247,550,000 lbs of fireworks for their personal use, spending more than $725,000,000! That's a lot of fireworks!
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What are the symptoms of brain bleeding?

Brain bleeding is extremely serious, as this isn't something you can see with your own two eyes.
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The serious complications of a traumatic brain injury

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can lead to a variety of serious complications, all of which can change a person's life forever. Unfortunately, in the most severe of situations, a person who suffers this type of injury could pass on.
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Are manufacturing defects often used in liability cases?

There is an important distinction between a manufacturing defect and a design defect.
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Rely on the FDA for drug recall information

The FDA does everything possible to ensure that a defective drug never makes its way to market. Unfortunately, there are times when this still happens.
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A faulty ignition could prove fatal

When you purchase a vehicle, you assume that it will be in good working condition. While you may run into some issues every now and again, you hope that none of these are related to your safety.
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The serious impact of a concussion

Any type of blow to the head, such as one suffered during a motor vehicle accident, has the potential to cause a concussion.
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Are you suffering from a defective metal hip implant?

If chronic hip pain is making your life miserable, there may come a point when you opt for hip replacement surgery.
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NHTSA: Only minority of recalled Takata airbags have been fixed

The Takata airbag recall is thought to be the largest recall in the history of the automotive industry. The defective airbags are blamed for at least 16 fatalities and 180 injuries worldwide, and there are as many as 100 million vehicles from 34 manufacturers involved. Anyone [...]
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An airbag can cause more harm than good

When you purchase a vehicle, you hope that you are getting something that will keep you as safe as possible in the event of an accident.
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BMW issues recall over doors that open unexpectedly

When you spend tens of thousands of dollar on a luxury car like a BMW, you expect it to work perfectly. However, that's not always the case. In some cases, there are serious safety issues. BMW has recalled over 45,000 sedans with model years 2005 through 2008 because the doors [...]
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How to document medical expenses for a lawsuit

Defective medical devices have caused millions of dollars in damages to patients across the country. Patients have suffered worsened medical conditions, severe injury and even death due to these devices. If you are injured by a defective medical device you should document all of [...]
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June is National Safety Month

The National Safety Council puts out an annual Injury Facts study. In the 2017 edition, the top causes of preventable deaths among 1-24 year olds is motor vehicle accidents, causing 33% of deaths in 1-4 year olds, 56% of deaths in 5-14 year olds, and 57% of deaths in 15-24 year [...]
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Do these 5 things after a big truck wreck

There were a total of 4,067 fatalities in large truck crashes in 2015. In the same year, 116,000 people were injured in large truck crashes, up from 111,000 in 2014.
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Tips for maximum CMA Fest fun

A week of music, sunshine, and parties sounds like a dream, but it's Nashville's reality every summer. We love the annual CMA Fest and all the excitement it brings to Nashville, but, with an estimated daily attendance of 88,500 people in 2016 (or a total of 619,500 over the [...]
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