Distracted Walking or Negligent Driving: Which Killed Elizabeth Karnicki?

Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) September 2, 2015 – Elizabeth Karnicki was killed when her head was run over by a duck boat in Chinatown in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her...

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Some Illegal Immigrants May Find it Easier to Return to the States After Going Home to Apply for a Visa

Houston, TX (Law Firm Newswire) September 1, 2015 – In the latest of moves ostensibly aimed at aiding illegal immigrants, the Obama administration is attempting to make it easier...

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Retirees Should Be Aware of Retirement Planning Milestones

Hook Law Center (formerly Oast & Hook) Virginia Beach, VA (Law Firm Newswire) September 1, 2015 – There are a number of different retirement planning milestones that determine which...

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Legislators Push for Reforms While Fiat Chrysler Receives a Record Fine – Podcast

This month’s Chicago Injury Alerts talks about Fiat Chrysler’s record fine and the battle in congress to make cars safer.

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Dallas faces reconfiguring a poorly designed street that resulted in a sudden death

The street that Emily Javadi lived on was notorious for accidents. Javadi had parked her vehicle and was on the curb, reaching into the backseat. She was heading for...

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Family files wrongful death lawsuit against medical scope manufacturer over deadly superbug infection

A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed by the family of a woman who died, allegedly from a drug-resistant superbug infection after being examined with a medical scope. The...

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Social Security Administration Spends Billions in Overpayments Says Attorney David Magann

Tampa, FL (Law Firm Newswire) August 31, 2015 – An audit report released on July 1 reveals that the Social Security Administration (SSA) has overpaid almost $17 billion in...

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Missouri Governor Signs Bill for Court Reform Following Ferguson Shooting Report

St. Peters, MO, (Law Firm Newswire) August 31, 2015 – Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed legislation on July 9 to establish a cap on how much money local governments can collect...

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