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Blog Posts in February, 2013

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  • Garage Gate Knocks Valet Worker Unconscious
    Garage Gate Knocks Valet Worker Unconscious

    Being a valet can be an overwhelming job as it is, to make sure that you retrieve the proper car for the owner, that you do not misplace the keys, and most of all that you do not scratch or otherwise ...

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  • 30 Fans Injured in Stands at NASCAR Race
    30 Fans Injured in Stands at NASCAR Race

    The Daytona 500 is known as the opening race for the NASCAR season, located in Florida. While this is known to be an exciting event, with the capacity to hold close to 200,000 fans, Saturday's ...

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  • Home Depot Sued After Woman Fell in Doorway
    Home Depot Sued After Woman Fell in Doorway

    Local news reports share that a New Orleans woman was injured when walking through the Gretna Home Depot store. Jeanette Armstrong Hall filed the lawsuit on December 21, 2012 in the 24 th Judicial ...

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  • Determining Liability in Your Accident
    Determining Liability in Your Accident

    Being involved in an accident can be a frightening thing to experience, whether it is a small fender bender on your drive to work, or it is a 4 car pileup; accidents can be a horrible thing to go ...

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  • High Impact Sports: How Hard is too Hard?
    High Impact Sports: How Hard is too Hard?

    As millions tuned in to watch, the Super Bowl, one of the highest viewed television broadcasts in the nation, behind the scenes, the NFL is being drawn into the growing discussion over how brain ...

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  • On the Road to Safety: Shreveport Street Improvements
    On the Road to Safety: Shreveport Street Improvements

    Regardless of how safe a car or motorcycle was built to be, the roads they are driven on play a large role in the risk of motor accidents. City officials are working hard to improve the current state ...

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