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Serious Injuries Caused by Vaping

What Are the Dangers of Vaping? Electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes, vapes, mods, e-hookahs, and electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), have serious dangers for kids, teens and young adults in particular. What started as an alternative to smoking cigarettes quickly evolved into a popular device among people who never smoked or used tobacco products. Young people who’ve gotten...

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3 Types of Damages in Personal Injury Cases

A Closer Look at Damages in a Personal Injury Case If you got injured through no fault of your own, you need to file a personal injury claim to hold the responsible party accountable for their wrongdoings. Unfortunately, many victims get caught up in the idea that their personal injury claim has no chance of producing a favorable outcome,...

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How a Snakebite Ended in a Wrongful Death Suit

A Snakebite Resulted in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit: Here’s Why On May 17, 2019, 62-year-old Priscilla Meredith was bitten by a canebrake rattlesnake while gardening at her home near the Georgia coast. When Meredith arrived at the ER, the doctor did not treat her with antivenom but instead called the Georgia poison control helpline. Helpline workers told the ER...

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COVID-19 Vaccine Injuries & Possible Compensation

Does the COVID-19 Vaccine Have Long-Term Side Effects? President Biden says all US adults could access COVID-19 vaccines by the end of May, which is significantly ahead of schedule. Whether or not this speculation holds true in two months, the bottom line is vaccines are on the way. Millions of Americans have already received at least one dose, and...

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Peloton Recalls All Treadmills After 1 Death, 70 Injuries

What You Need to Know About Peloton’s Recalls On May 5, 2021, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled the Peloton Tread and Tread+ treadmills due to one death of a child and 70 other injuries. The famous exercise equipment and media giant ignored an urgent warning from the CPSC about its Tread+ treadmills back in April, refusing to recall...

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Who Do I File a Claim Against After a Rideshare Accident?

Ridesharing apps allow you to “hail” a ride from one place to another using your phone. In the U.S., the use of these services, the most popular of which are Uber and Lyft, has increased dramatically over the years. According to a survey conducted by Pew Research in the fall of 2018, around 36% of Americans stated that they...

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Don’t Discuss Your Case on Social Media

Have you ever seen someone post a picture of their car accident on social media? Or maybe a vague, long-form post explaining how they didn’t do anything wrong? You may not realize that posting about a case on social media marks the entire account as evidence. That’s just one reason why you should never discuss your case on social...

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What is Attorney-Client Privilege

Some people are afraid to hire legal representation, and others are afraid to tell their attorneys the truth. These people probably don’t know how attorney-client privilege protects their rights and ensures they get the best legal representation possible. But what is attorney-client privilege? Privilege Legal privilege is a concept that allows clients to have an open dialogue with their...

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Buyer Beware: Children’s Cough Medicine Recall

On June 18, 2020, GSK Consumer Healthcare issued a nationwide recall of Children’s Robitussin® Honey Cough and Chest Congestion DM and Children’s Dimetapp® Cold and Cough because the products’ dosing cups are missing certain graduation marks. As a result, children may accidentally overdose if their parents administer too much medicine due to missing graduation marks. The recall applies to the following products: Children’s Robitussin® Honey...

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Lane Splitting: Who Is Liable?

What is Lane Splitting? Is it Legal in Colorado? Lane splitting is the act of a motorcycle rider moving between lanes of slow-moving or stopped traffic. Colorado tried to pass a bill in 2016 enabling the traffic move in the state, but the measure failed in an 8-5 vote, despite overwhelming support from the biking community. Currently, California is...

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