Proving Fault in Slip and Falls Takes Time. Litigation Funding Helps Plaintiffs During the Wait.

A store that welcomes customers onto its property has a duty to keep them reasonably safe. An “unreasonable” condition that contributes to a fall can lead to an injury...

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The Cost of Aging in America

Our guest blogger this week is Emily Newhook, the community relations manager for the online master of public health (MPH@GW) offered through the Milken Institute School of Public Health at The George...

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Chicago Pedestrians at Risk from Car Accidents

Chicago, IL (Law Firm Newswire) February 27, 2015 – Chicago continues to be a dangerous place for pedestrians, with more than 3,000 accidents and an average 30 deaths per...

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Considering the move to an active-adult community? We’ve got advice on evaluating the options.

As retirement nears, many older adults consider the benefits that an active-adult community can offer. For some, the option to downsize out of an over-large house can mean a...

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Jury awards $8.45 million to boy with cerebral palsy in birth injury lawsuit

A jury in a birth injury case awarded $8.45 million to a boy who suffered severe injuries after an eight-minute delay in inserting a breathing tube. The jury found...

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Texas Man Sues Hagemeyer North America for Age Discrimination in Employment

Austin Oil and Gas Attorney, Gregory D. Jordan Austin, TX (Law Firm Newswire) February 27, 2015 — A Texas man has filed a lawsuit against his former employer, claiming...

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OSHA Cites Missouri Construction Company in Teen Worker’s Death

St. Peters, MO, (Law Firm Newswire) February 27, 2015 — After a teenage worker was killed on-site in a work accident, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)...

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