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Blog Posts in January, 2014

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  • Ride Service Sued Over Girl's Death
    Ride Service Sued Over Girl's Death

    A taxi-alternative ride service company is facing a lawsuit stemming from the death of a six-year-old girl on New Year’s Eve in San Francisco. The company Uber, which operates a smartphone app that ...

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  • Clinical Trial May Provide Clues for Treating Cerebral Palsy
    Clinical Trial May Provide Clues for Treating Cerebral Palsy

    An FDA-approved study at the University of Texas Health Science Center will evaluate a new cerebral palsy treatment that uses stem cells taken from the bone marrow in a child’s hip bone. It is the ...

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  • Yale Fraternity Members Sued Over Traffic Deaths
    Yale Fraternity Members Sued Over Traffic Deaths

    Eighty six former members of the Yale fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon are being sued over a November 2011 incident in Connecticut, in which a fraternity member drove a U-Haul truck into three people, ...

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  • Husband Sues Hospital for Keeping Brain-Dead Wife of Life Support
    Husband Sues Hospital for Keeping Brain-Dead Wife of Life Support

    A lawsuit in Texas may help clarify a controversial statute in that state that bans medical providers from withholding or withdrawing life-sustaining treatment for pregnant patients. The law, which is ...

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  • Baby Fatally Injured When Doctor Ignores Mother's Request for C-Section
    Baby Fatally Injured When Doctor Ignores Mother's Request for C-Section

    It is every mother’s worst nightmare: losing her baby in childbirth. Modern medicine has drastically lowered the likelihood of such a thing happening in the United States in this day and age. But it ...

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  • West Virginia Chemical Spill Prompts Lawsuits
    West Virginia Chemical Spill Prompts Lawsuits

    Last Thursday, a chemical spill in West Virginia contaminated the drinking water of about 300,000 people in nine counties. About 7,500 gallons of 4-methylcyclohexane methanol, or Crude MCHM, leaked ...

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