Monthly Archives: January 2014

States Lax in Regulating Assisted Living Facilities

Nursing homes are generally regulated tightly by both state and federal law. Federal guidelines require that nursing homes be inspected at least once every 15 months, and homes that accept Medicaid and Medicare dollars are subject to a host of … Continue reading

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Hartford Traffic Accidents & Winter Weather Driving Safety

Bad weather can make the roads an unsafe place to be, and car accident lawyers in Hartford know that about 24 percent of the car accidents in the United States are caused by weather-related factors. Just this year, a single … Continue reading

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Where are Rear-End Accidents Most Likely to Happen?

Nine Texas school students between the ages of seven and 12 were recently injured when a Ford pickup truck rear ended the school bus in which the children were traveling. The accident occurred shortly after 7:00 a.m. and there were … Continue reading

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How Distracted Are You In Your Vehicle?

When you are in the car, there’s a good chance you are doing at least some multitasking. Most drivers listen to the radio, while some listen to audio books and others talk to passengers. Others will use their cell phones … Continue reading

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Plaintiffs in Mesh Lawsuit Accuse Ethicon of Destroying Evidence

Thousands of plaintiffs have suffered severe complications because of transvaginal mesh products (TVM) that were used to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Many of those patients have filed lawsuits against the manufacturers who are responsible … Continue reading

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