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Hospital Readmission

By | Personal Injury

Ten years ago, when patients receiving Medicare benefits were discharged from the hospital, one in five of them returned within one month. In response, the Affordable Care Act shepherded in the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program. The program focused on heart attacks, heart failure, and pneumonia—three ailments with high readmission rates….

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Winter Car Seat Safety

Winter Car Seat Safety

By | Personal Injury

Everyone knows it is important to protect children when driving in cars, but not everyone knows how best to do that where car seats are concerned.  Clearly, you cannot allow your child to go outside without proper outerwear because exposure to the elements can result in numerous problems. But you…

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Man driving while distracted by phone

Distracted Driving Crashes

By | Personal Injury

The Risk Institute at Ohio State University recently conducted a study that reveals crashes caused by distracted drivers tend to be more severe than other types of accidents. The severity of the crashes also seems to vary based on the setting in which they occur, which indicates more attention should…

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Trouble at Johnson & Johnson

Trouble at Johnson & Johnson

By | Personal Injury

In December 2018, Johnson & Johnson lost its motion to overturn a jury verdict that resulted in one of the largest personal injury awards on record.  The plaintiffs in this case were 22 women who attributed their ovarian cancer to asbestos found in Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder and other…

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Liable When It’s Not Your Fault?

Liable When It’s Not Your Fault?

By | Personal Injury

Personal injury lawsuits represent a large portion of claims filed in federal and state courts.  As injuries become more nuanced, and the ways in which people can get hurt continues to grow, it is becoming harder to both pursue and defend against personal injury claims. Trip and fall accidents on…

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The Dangers of Bus Stops

The Dangers of Bus Stops

By | Personal Injury

In November 2018, three children in Indiana were killed while crossing the street to get to their school bus.  Why? Because the driver who struck and killed them did not stop, despite the fact that the bus’s stop-arm was engaged. The National Association of State Directors and Pupil Transportation Services…

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Social Media Woes

By | Personal Injury

In 2006, roughly 11 percent of adults were active in some form of social media.  By 2017, that number had skyrocketed to almost 67 percent. Social media is here to stay, and the consequences are not always pretty. If so many people are advertising their lives on social media, it…

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Why Settle When You Can Sue?

By | Personal Injury

In the United States, many of us have the belief that we are all entitled to our day in court.  While that is true in many respects, it may not always be in someone’s best interest to go to trial.  Oftentimes, settling outside of court produces similar, if not better,…

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