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July 2022 News

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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What to do When You Have a Car Wreck in Another State

Even though most car accidents occur within a 25-mile radius of drivers’ homes, have you ever considered that being involved in an automobile accident in a U.S. state other than where you reside might change your situation as it relates to personal injury lawsuits? 
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Electric Scooter Rules of the Road

Before renting and hopping on an electric scooter in Nashville’s busy streets, it's a really good idea to review the rules of the road. You wouldn’t want to commit a traffic violation without knowing it, right?!?
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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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What to do After a Big Truck Wreck

Make no mistake about it - wrecks involving big trucks can be both devastating and deadly. Research shows that 4,842 large trucks were involved in a fatal crash and accounted for 9% of all vehicles involved in fatal crashes in 2019 (most recent data). It is also worth noting [...]
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Wrecks with Delivery Drivers Require Personal Injury Professionals

If you think about it, there are various kinds of delivery drivers on the road every day of the week - Amazon and UPS, Uber Eats and HelloFresh, Lowe’s and Home Depot, Best Buy and Instacart - among many others. While some delivery drivers are employed by a company or government [...]
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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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How Class Action Lawsuits Differ from Mass Tort Cases

When we think of any trial or court case, we tend to imagine an individual seeking compensation for damages done by another, one-on-one. Both mass tort and class action cases are unique because they group “the individual” or the plaintiffs into one larger lawsuit against the [...]
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Keep Your Kids and Pets Protected from Summer Heat

It can only take a few minutes for heat to become deadly. Through summer months, especially here in the south, heat-related incidents can happen in just a few moments of carelessness. Below, explore our guide to avoiding the dangerous conditions that can lead to hospitalization [...]
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