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    Month: March 2015

    How to Stay Out of Jail This Saint Patrick's Day

    How to Stay Out of Jail Thi...

    For many, St. Patrick’s Day is a time to celebrate Irish culture, spend time with family, and maybe enjoy a few drinks with friends. However, what starts as an innocent and fun night could easily turn into a trip to jail if you are not careful. Over the years, St. Patrick’s Day has become synonymous with binge drinking and debauchery. As such, [...]

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    How an Attorney Can Help: Medical Malpractice

    How an Attorney Can Help: M...

    When we have a medical procedure performed, we expect it to heal us -- not hurt us. Physicians and other medical practitioners are supposed to be people we can trust with our lives. We put our faith in them to treat us with diligence and care. Unfortunately, things do not always turn out as expected. Doctors, like all human beings, occasionally ma [...]

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    3 Reasons You Should Hire a Medical Malpractice Attorney

    3 Reasons You Should Hire a...

    When it comes to our well-being, we want the best possible care. Sometimes, the doctors we trust with our lives do not perform as expected. They make mistakes, and we end up paying for it. The damages you receive in a lawsuit may never be enough to make up for the physical and emotional distress a medical error has caused, but compensation can mak [...]

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    Ways You May be Violating Your Probation

    Ways You May be Violating Y...

    Every year, thousands of individuals are placed on probation either after a jail sentence, or in lieu of going to jail. The terms and conditions of an individual’s probation will vary depending on the specifics of their case, but in any situation, it is important that the terms and conditions are not violated. Violating the terms and conditions [...]

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    The Fight Against Civil Forfeiture

    The Fight Against Civil For...

    Civil forfeiture is a process in which the police can take assets and property from a person suspected of criminal activity without actually charging them with a crime. The assets taken then go on “trial” and must be proven innocent before they are returned to their rightful owner. While most civil procedures involve one private citizen vs. ano [...]

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    J&J May Pay Millions to Settle Hip Claims

    J&J May Pay Millions t...

    Following a $2.5 billion settlement over faulty hip implants, manufacturer Johnson & Johnson may have to pay an additional $250 million or more to settle product liability lawsuits not included in the original case. The Hip Implant Recall The hip implants, manufactured by Johnson & Johnson’s DePuy unit, were recalled in August of 2010. [...]

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