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Injuries

Contaminated Water at Camp Lejeune Contains Cancer Causing Chemicals

Veterans and their family members who served on active duty or resided at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps base in North Carolina between August 1, 1953, and December 31, 1987, may be able to collect disability, health benefits, and financial compensation for several medical conditions [...]
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Tips for Gathering Evidence After a Car Wreck

Car accidents are traumatic and often leave victims feeling both disoriented and emotional after the crash. If you are involved in a car accident, your number one priority is to remain safe until emergency responders arrive. But, if you are able, the next best thing you can do [...]
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Little League Sports Injuries Should be Taken Seriously

The smell of fresh-cut grass is in the air; the weather is warming; and Little League is in full swing! Spring and summer are refreshing times of year to be outdoors and watch your children play, but don’t forget there is always an element of risk involved.
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Determining Hotel or Airbnb Injury Liability can be Difficult

In more recent years, longer Airbnb stays have surpassed that of hotels by about 2.4 times. While both hotels and Airbnb stays will always have a place in the market, understanding the liability that each holds in differing situations can be beneficial for the traveler.
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Enfamil Toxic Baby Formula Lawsuit

Enfamil lawsuits allege this commonly used baby formula has caused many premature infants to develop a serious and potentially fatal gastrointestinal infection called Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC).
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Prominent Tort Cases that Changed Your Life

Did you know the American Museum of Tort Law is in Winsted, Connecticut? It’s true! And not only is it a real museum—it has a gift shop. But how much do you really know about Tort law?
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What to do if You’re in an Accident While on Vacation

Most people go on vacation as a way to get away from the problems and stresses of everyday life, but it’s nearly impossible to relax after an auto, truck or car accident away from home. It doesn’t matter where the wreck happens, it can be scary and confusing, especially if you [...]
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Types and Causes of Catastrophic Injury

According to the legal definition, a catastrophic injury results in "direct, immediate and substantial consequences that prevent an individual from being able to perform any gainful work.”
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Pedestrian Accidents on a College Campus: What You Need to Know

Nearly 4.4 million people are injured by motor vehicles every day. Within these millions of people, about 14% of accidents involved a pedestrian. As a college student, visitor, professor or campus employee, you’ll want to ensure you stay safe while maneuvering a university [...]
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How to Protect Yourself from Dangerous Thunderstorms

Tennessee and Kentucky have seen more than their fair share of weather-related disasters in recent years, and the threat of strong storms is ever increasing. Whether it’s been a flood or a tornado reported on the news, the messaging has always involved the warning of strong and [...]
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