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What is Essure and How Safe and Effective is It?

What is Essure and How Safe and Effective is It?

| Pharmaceutical Litigation
Essure is a specialized form of permanent birth control. Essure is not appropriate for all women but is typically used or prescribed for women who: Do not wish to have more children Are looking for a permanent form of birth control Need birth control sterilization without invasive surgery Seeks a permanent birth control method that…Read the article
The 9 Most Common Injuries during an Auto Accident

The 9 Most Common Injuries during an Auto Accident

| Personal Injury
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than three million people are injured each year in vehicle accidents across the country. The different injuries resulting from a car accident can be as varied as the individual circumstances of each collision, but there are some types of injuries that are more common than others. Some…Read the article
More Kids Drinking Toxic Liquids

More Kids Drinking Toxic Liquids

| Personal Injury
In the first few months of 2017, over 8,000 children under 6 drank e-cigarette nicotine. Officials blame the manufacturers for the problem, so they may be liable for damages in court. Packaging is the biggest problem. In many cases, the e-liquids are almost indistinguishable from food products. The containers often resemble juice boxes or cans…Read the article
Understanding the Cost of Your Lawsuit Claim

Understanding the Cost of Your Lawsuit Claim

| Personal Injury
In legal practices, “costs” is not the same as the fees that are paid to your accident lawyer for their services. Instead, costs refer to the expenses paid by the lawyer’s office in investigating your claim and representing you and presenting your case to the judge. There are many aspects of costs that can affect…Read the article
What is the Difference Between Probation and Parole?

What is the Difference Between Probation and Parole?

| Civil Rights
When an individual gets into legal trouble and breaks the law there are a number of consequences they can face, depending on the type and severity of their infractions. Two common yet often confused sentences a judge can pass down are probation and parole. There is a major procedural difference between probation and parole. Probation…Read the article
Racial Bias and Its Effects on Our World Today

Racial Bias and Its Effects on Our World Today

| Civil Rights
“Racial biases are a form of implicit bias, which refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect an individual’s understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. These biases, which encompass unfavorable assessments, are often activated involuntarily and without the awareness or intentional control of the individual. Residing deep in the subconscious, these biases are different from…Read the article
Is Coffee Really Linked to an Increased Cancer Risk?

Is Coffee Really Linked to an Increased Cancer Risk?

| Personal Injury
Trouble may be brewing for coffee lovers, especially those who live in California, where a judge recently ruled that sellers must have warnings about cancer risks on all coffee products sold. But how frightened should we really be about enjoying a cup or two of Joe each day before work? Most experts and the bulk of the…Read the article
Four Risks of Airplane Travel You May Not Have Thought About

Four Risks of Airplane Travel You May Not Have Thought About

| Aviation Accidents
There are millions of people who take flights on commercial airlines every year. The clear majority transpire with little inconvenience and no real issues- this is why flying still remains the most popular and efficient way to travel long distances quickly. However, from time to time things do happen and there are some risks involved…Read the article
The Process and Outcomes of Mesothelioma Lawsuits

The Process and Outcomes of Mesothelioma Lawsuits

| Mesothelioma
Patients who are presenting troublesome symptoms such as persistent coughing, pains in the chest, or severe shortness of breath, should be seen by their doctor as soon as possible. While these are symptoms commonly shared with many other issues they are also the primary symptoms of mesothelioma. After they see their physician and alert them to…Read the article
Prescription Drug Take Back Day Is April 28

Prescription Drug Take Back Day Is April 28

| Opioid Crisis
Most of the 6.4 million Americans who abuse prescription drugs obtain them from family or friends. So, the Drug Enforcement Administration is sponsoring another Take Back Day. On April 28, 2018 between 10 and 2, New Yorkers can give unused prescription opioids to the DEA anonymously and with no questions asked. The government has been…Read the article
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