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Facebook Rule Changes May Cause Drug Companies Problems

Just last month Facebook communicated a change of rules to the pharmaceutical industry and will no longer be allowing drug manufacturers to disable posted comments on newly created pages. Pages which ...
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Construction Accidents and Dangerous Work Conditions

The opportunities for accidents occurring on a construction site are numerous because of the many potentially dangerous situations that exist. Workers on a daily basis must deal with heavy machinery, ...
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What Documentation You Need To Assist a Lawsuit

If a person gets injured in an accident through the negligence or malicious intent of another, there is documentation that can make the process of a personal injury lawsuit far easier and one should ...
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Important Facts to Know About Product Liability

Much of our lives are spent using products that are manufactured and distributed to us as consumers and we expect they will function properly and be safe. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. ...
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Unsettling News on Defective Drugs and Their Manufacturers

Last year Johnson & Johnson had to recall more than 40 varieties of liquid Tylenol, Motrin, Benadryl and Zyrtec that may have contained metal particles as well as an imbalance of active and ...
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Chemical Restraints are Dangerous and Even Deadly for Seniors

In a recent report from the American Association for Justice entitled "Standing Up for Seniors: How the Civil Justice System Protects Elderly Americans," it addressed the issue of a ...
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Wrongful Death and Personal Injury Lawsuits

When an individual dies because of negligence or by the willful intent of another, the family or beneficiaries may file a "wrongful death lawsuit." If one is to sue for wrongful death, proof ...
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Product Recall on Ford F-150 Trucks Announced

The Ford F-150 is a popular truck and quite a few owners are most likely not very happy about a recent recall that was announced earlier this year. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ...
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Things You Should Know About Pedestrian Accident

If you or your children walk or jog on the streets in the city or country as a pedestrian, then you probably already know that you are at risk of getting hit by a car or other type of vehicle. None of ...
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Why You Should Pursue Damages for a Wrongful Death

Dealing with the aftermath of a tragic accident is emotionally trying on anyone. Nobody should have to endure the accidental death of a spouse, parent or child. When a victim is killed as a result of ...
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Property Owners Can Be Liable For Dangerous Conditions

When customers shop at retail stores or visit other public places such as restaurants, theme parks, office buildings, hospitals, or government buildings, they generally expect a safe experience. When ...
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Pregnant Women, Antidepressant Drugs and Birth Defects

If you are pregnant or know someone who is and are taking antidepressants such as Zoloft, Paxil, Wellbutrin, Celexa, Lexapro or Effexor, you should be aware that these drugs have been linked to birth ...
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Driver Fatigue Leads to Tragic Bus Accident

The following incident, although it occurred in another state, is a tragedy that we all can learn a lesson from. According to the Associated Press, just this past month, a tragic bus accident happened ...
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Rear- End Collisions

Rear- end collisions are the most common form of automobile collisions with approximately 2.5 million rear impact collisions occurring annually. In almost all rear- impact collisions, the driver of ...
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Big Rig Accidents

America’s trucking industry is extremely important to our economy. Trucks were first made popular during World War I, when the U.S. military used them extensively. As sky rises sprang up and as ...
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Woman Critically Injured While Walking in Unmarked Crosswalk

Just four months ago a Long Beach woman was critically injured after she was hit by a vehicle while crossing in an unmarked crosswalk. According to the Press Telegram news report, the driver stopped ...
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Unusual Product Recalls Should Spur Caution for Consumers

When we as consumers purchase products, more often than not we assume they are safe and have no anticipation there will be any problems. A majority of the time, problems do not arise, but due to a ...
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The Dangers of Riding a Motorcycle

Motorcycles are growing in popularity, especially as fuel prices continue to rise. Motorcycles are more cost effective and fuel efficient in today’s weakened economy, so it’s no wonder why ...
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Motorcycles and Drunk Driving

There’s no question how dangerous it is to operate a motor vehicle while driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs due to the inherent risks involved in drunk driving. Motorcycle riders ...
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The Leading Causes of Truck Accidents

There are an estimated 15.5 million trucks operating on U.S. roadways, and approximately 2 million of them are tractor trailers. In 2006, 432.9 billion miles were logged by the transportation industry ...
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