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NHL Concussion Lawsuit

By | Personal Injury

A tentative settlement was reached last month in a lawsuit against the National Hockey League brought by players who have been injured by concussions and other head injuries.  The lawsuit involved more than 100 former players who blame the NHL for failing to better prevent head trauma or warn players…

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Blatant Disregard at VA Nursing Home

By | VA Disability

When investigators arrived at the Department of Veterans Affairs nursing home in Brockton, MA, they did not have to look far to discover signs of patient neglect.  They immediately found a nurse and a nurse’s aide asleep during their shifts. As a result of the investigation, a scathing internal report…

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Don’t Hide the Engagement Ring

By | Bankruptcy & Debt Relief

Scott Maasen will be serving eighteen months in federal prison beginning in January 2019.  Although the Arizona attorney drove around town in a Maserati and bought million-dollar homes when he declared bankruptcy in 2009, he was sentenced in federal court earlier this month for concealing a $90,000 engagement ring. Earlier…

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Whom to Sue

By | Personal Injury

When you are the victim in a car accident, it is common to wonder whether you should sue the negligent driver who caused the accident or the driver’s insurance company. First, you need to determine liability.  You will need evidence like photographs, witness statements, and a police report to help…

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Medical Errors

By | Personal Injury

Your health is extremely important.  And it is natural to trust the nurses, doctors, and surgeons who take care of your health.  But medical malpractice is a serious issue, and you cannot be too careful when it comes to protecting yourself.  In fact, medical errors are the third leading cause…

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Rogue Arrest

By | Workers Compensation

Mario Seguro-Suarez fell head-first onto a concrete floor at work in 2003.  He went into a coma and was put on a respirator. After emergency brain surgery, Mr. Seguro-Suarez was unable to clothe, clean, or feed himself.  He displayed radical mood swings and was deemed incapable of working. Year after…

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