Blog Posts in October, 2012

Doctors Request Cheerleading Guidelines

Some people may argue that cheerleading isn’t a sport, but that doesn’t change the fact that it is a dangerous activity that leads to many injuries every single year. From acrobatics to ...
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Girl in Halloween Costume Mistakenly Shot by Cousin

An 8-year-old in Pennsylvania was dressed up in her Halloween costume this morning as she paraded about the yard excited about the trick-or-treating to come later this month. The young girl wore a ...
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Flamin' Hot Cheetos Too Hot for Schools?

According to a recent report on ABC News schools are trying to ban Flamin’ Hot Cheetos from making it into the vending machines. According to reports, the snack is a health hazard and can hurt ...
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Louisiana Handling West Nile Virus Outbreak

One Louisiana resident was recently killed as a result of the West Nile Virus outbreak that has surfaced in the state. Nine other people have been affected by the illness and are currently in ...
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One Thousand Plaintiffs Head to Court for Actos Lawsuit

Over one thousand plaintiffs have come alongside the families of two men who died of bladder cancer that can be linked back to the diabetes medication Actos. According to Equities, the two families ...
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Are you Suffering from an Illness Associated with Confined Spaces?

If you work in an environment where you are put in confined spaces for long amounts of time, then you may have a personal injury case on your hands. This is because being in a small space which has ...
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Romero v. Louisiana Rules on Commercial DUI Injury Compensation

The case Romero v. Louisiana was recently taken to the Court of Appeals where the judge held that a driver is not entitled to benefits if his injury was caused by his or her intoxication while on the ...
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Sexual Assault Medical Malpractice Case Unfolds in the UK

If you have ever undergone a surgery, you know that the activity leaves you vulnerable. You are normally subjected to strong painkillers or anesthesia which can leave you unable to defend yourself. ...
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