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Blog Posts in March, 2014

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  • Damages in truck accident lawsuits
    Damages in truck accident lawsuits

    As the number of accidents involving large trucks (and lawsuits related to such accidents) continues to rise, potential plaintiffs often wonder how much compensation they can get if they sue over an ...

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  • GM Airbag Failures Lead to Deaths
    GM Airbag Failures Lead to Deaths

    Consumer safety advocates have trumpeted the life-saving capabilities of airbags for years, and auto manufacturers are now required to equip all new vehicles with the devices. But what about when they ...

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  • Research Shows Childbirths Getting More Dangerous
    Research Shows Childbirths Getting More Dangerous

    We often hear about advances in science and medicine that decrease infant mortality and make childbirth safer for the mother. Supposedly, new methods and technologies have the power to make pregnancy ...

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  • Cerebral Palsy Causes and High-Risk Pregnancies
    Cerebral Palsy Causes and High-Risk Pregnancies

    Some pregnancies, for a variety of reasons, are riskier than others when it comes to health dangers to the mother and baby. Women with high-risk pregnancies need to be monitored more closely than ...

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  • Truck Accident Lawyers: Injuries On The Rise
    Truck Accident Lawyers: Injuries On The Rise

    Large truck accidents accounted for 104,000 injuries in 2012, showing that highways can be dangerous places for smaller cars. These numbers, from the latest report of the National Highway Traffic ...

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  • Florida School Bus Crash May Lead to Litigation
    Florida School Bus Crash May Lead to Litigation

    A school bus crashed near Walt Disney World in Florida last week, injuring ten people, including nine students. According to a story in the Orlando Sentinel, the bus was transporting 50 students to ...

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