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Train Accidents in NY Can Be Deadly

posted on Wednesday, February 27th, 2019

Fatal Railroad Accidents in New York: Train Accidents Are Deadly On Tuesday, February 26, 2019, there were two fatal train accidents in New York involving the Long Island Railroad.  The first involved a westbound train accident where the train struck a pedestrian on the tracks between Freeport and Baldwin.  The second involved a vehicle attempting […]

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Multiple Sclerosis Drug Lemtrada (alemtuzumab): FDA Warning

posted on Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Understanding the Dangers of Lemtrada Individuals suffering from multiple sclerosis were likely encouraged by the emergence of a new treatment option called Lemtrada (alemtuzumab). However, since its approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2014 as a means to address relapsing forms of the disease, concerns have emerged about its safety. This […]

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NJ Catholic Dioceses Creates Fund for Clergy Sexual Abuse Victims

posted on Friday, February 15th, 2019

New Jersey Roman Catholic Dioceses Creates Fund for Victim of Clergy Abuse The New Jersey Roman Catholic dioceses are following in the footsteps of New York and Pennsylvania, establishing a unified victims-compensation fund for those who were victims of clergy abuse as children.  The administrators of the fund will be Camille Biros and Kenneth Feinberg […]

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NJ Surgery Center Exposed Patients to Bloodborne Infections

posted on Monday, January 14th, 2019

Medical Error at Surgery Center Illustrates the Need for Legal Assistance In a frightening lapse of medical propriety, nearly 4,000 patients of a New Jersey surgery center may have been exposed to serious infections. The victims of this lapse may consider taking legal action against those responsible, but they will need the services of medical […]

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How Nursing Home Staff Shortages May Affect Your Loved Ones

posted on Friday, December 14th, 2018

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How Nursing Home Staff Shortages May Affect Your Loved Ones Concern over the abuse and neglect of nursing home residents has led to a startling discovery about a major contributing factor to these incidents. At least 95% of nursing homes are understaffed and that shortage of personnel may be the reason behind incidences of abuse […]

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Sepsis Infections are Killing Those you love in Nursing Homes

posted on Friday, December 7th, 2018

Sepsis Infections are Killing Those you love in Nursing Homes Sepsis is caused by a serious infection and can become dangerous if left untreated. Medical attention is necessary as soon as possible after symptoms develop. When warning signs are ignored, the infection can quickly become deadly especially in older adults. A nursing home injury lawyer […]

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Catholic Church in Chile: Child Sexual Abuse Cases

posted on Monday, October 15th, 2018

The Archbishop of Santiago, Chile said in a published manual that it was improper to “pat the buttocks or touch the genital area or chest of minors”. Going further in the manual, it is recommended to clergy church members that they abstain from these actions along with other inappropriate actions such as “laying next to […]

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U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission: Increase of Lawsuits

posted on Monday, October 15th, 2018

More lawsuits have been filed through the U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission this year. The percentage has increased to 50 percent since 2017. Victims have collected over $70 million in compensation this year compared to $46 million last year. The 50% rise in lawsuits can be a direct result of the Me Too Movement which […]

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Jacksonville Port Authority is Under Fire: Workplace Sexual Harassment

posted on Monday, October 15th, 2018

The Jacksonville Port Authority is under fire after a woman, Glenda Prinzi, applying for a position there, claims she was pressured to have sex with employees, and then again after she received a promotion. Prinzi filed a federal lawsuit just last week. Her attorney, Matt Kachergus, stated that his client’s case “demonstrates a culture of […]

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Lawsuit Alleging Child Sex Abuse in Salt Lake City

posted on Monday, October 8th, 2018

A lawsuit alleging child sex abuse in Salt Lake City has been filed against the daughter of the president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The daughter and her husband, Brenda and Richard Miles deny any allegations of publically, however the six plaintiffs in this case wish to remain completely anonymous. The […]

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