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  • Back to School Warning: The Five Biggest Playground Dangers

    October 07, 2013

    Gruesome Playground Injuries  In 2011, playwright Rajiv Joseph debuted his play Gruesome Playground Injuries at the Second State Theatre in New York City. The play really has little to do with playgrounds as it traces the lifelong relationship of a couple who cannot seem to make things between them work. But the overarching theme is […]

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  • Are Irresponsible Building Practices Responsible for Post 9/11 Cancer Cases?

    October 04, 2013

    Cancer Cases on the Rise 12 Years after the Attacks of 9/11 For many people, the tragedy of 9/11 is as fresh today as it was more than a decade ago. There are those who lost loved ones in the Twin Towers, Flight 93, and the Pentagon, and those who continue to mourn first responders […]

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  • Is There Life After Frankenstorm?

    September 27, 2013

    How Are Americans Holding On in the Aftermath of Superstorm Sandy?

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  • How Personal Injury Law in the US Differs from UK Legislation

    September 27, 2013

    I work in the UK as a personal injury lawyer and used to have some pre-conceived ideas about US legislation.  We often hear in the English press about personal injury claims running into the millions of dollars with our cousins over the pond.  For example, the person who spilt coffee in their lap and managed […]

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  • The Wheels on the Bus Go Upside Down – A Look at School Bus Accidents

    September 25, 2013

     Image: http://pixabay.com/en/schoolbus-vehicle-bus-girl-school-81717/  Federal Government Reports Suspiciously Good School Bus Accident Statistics Kids across the nation are back in school now after summer break, and while many parents are experiencing a sense of relief (how do you keep those kids entertained for three months?) others, especially parents of first-time students, are feeling pangs of worry. What […]

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  • Authorities Should Be Held Liable for Crimes at the 10 Most Dangerous Colleges in America

    September 17, 2013

    Image: http://pixabay.com/en/adult-book-education-female-girl-18598/ Students at These 10 Colleges Face Significant Dangers As the weather cools and the days get shorter, young adults across the country are preparing to head back to college. Excited about classes, activities, and yes, partying, few college students are overly concerned about their safety in the coming months. However, according to a […]

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  • Vicarious Liability For Rental And Leasing Car Companies

    August 20, 2013

    Vicarious liability is a legal concept that means that one person is held liable for the bad actions of another person.  Historically, it was often applied to cases where there existed an employer- employee relationship. For example, an employer could be held liable for the actions of an employee who harasses another employee during the […]

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  • Big Brother Is Watching: 4 Digital Apps That May Be Infringe Privacy

    August 07, 2013

    Think back to your high school English class. Remember George Orwell’s 1984? When you were 16, his vision of the future seemed pretty farfetched. Big Brother, the government leader, watching everyone over telescreens? Get real, dude! But several decades later, the idea of someone manipulating media power to gather personal information doesn’t seem quite so […]

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  • Throwing a Party This Summer? 15 Ways to Do Your Part in Preventing a DWI

    July 30, 2013

    Summer’s a great time to throw a party. The days are longer, the weather’s warm, and people frequently take more time off work and school to relax. Unfortunately, because of the rash of parties and various celebrations, drunk driving increases during the summer. In fact, Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and Labor Day are […]

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  • A Day in the Life of a Crash Test Dummy

    July 24, 2013

    Do you think you’ve had a hard day at the office? Wait until you hear about mine. As your friendly local crash test dummy, my job is to protect your life and protect your automaker from potential lawsuits. I do this by sitting in a car as it simulates an accident. Again and again and […]

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