FDA Approves Blood Test for Brain InjuriesEarlier this year, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a blood test that quickly detect concussions and brain injuries in patients. The Branyan Brain Trauma Indicator (BBTI) is a...

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Teen Hospitalized with Wet Lung Disease Caused by VapingDespite being touted as a “safer” alternative to regular cigarettes, e-cigarettes are constantly making headlines as new potential side effects and risks are discovered. A case study published in Pediatrics...

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Why Was Your Car Accident Claim Denied?After being injured in a car accident that was not your fault, the last thing you need is to have your insurance claim denied. Unfortunately, insurance companies deny claims quite...

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Toyota Ordered to Pay $242 Million to Family for Gross NegligenceA Dallas family was awarded $242 million in a lawsuit over a car accident that injured their two young children. The Texas jury found that Toyota Motor Corp and Toyota...

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A federal judge in Texas has awarded six plaintiffs $245 million in a DePuy hip implant lawsuit. The final judgment was entered on August 29, nine months after a jury...

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When Should You Return to Work After an Accident?If you have suffered an injury from a car accident, you will likely have to take some time off of work to recuperate. How much time you will need off...

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Can You Hold a Trucking Company Responsible for your Truck Accident Injuries?Truck accidents are notoriously dangerous kind of crashes. In 2016, 4,440 large trucks and buses were involved in fatal crashes. There were also roughly 119,000 crashes involving large trucks that...

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What is the Legal Burden of Proof for a Personal Injury Case?There are many components of a personal injury case that make them different than other types of cases. One such aspect is the burden of proof that must be met...

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State Farm Sues Amazon Over Defective Vape BatteryIn 2016, William Foley’s home nearly burned to the ground after a defective vape battery caught fire. Foley’s State Farm insurance policy paid more than $400,000 for repairs and expenses...

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FDA Approves Generic EpiPen DrugThe Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first generic version of EpiPen and EpiPen Jr., the emergency treatment medication for allergic reactions. Drugmaker Teva Pharmaceuticals submitted the generic...

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Fatigued Hiker Rescued from State ParkA fatigued hiker was rescued from Mt. San Jacinto State Park Sunday morning. The Parks and Recreation department reported that the woman suffered from fatigue while hiking and could not...

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What Actions Constitute Medical Malpractice?According to the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys medical malpractice occurs “when a hospital, doctor or other health care professional, through a negligent act or omission, causes an injury...

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Understanding the Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder VerdictsEverybody wants to know why these giant verdicts are coming out of the Johnson & Johnson Talcum powder cases. The latest verdict in July was for $4.69 billion, which was awarded...

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Pedestrian Dies After Crash in IndioA pedestrian died after being struck at an intersection in Indio Thursday. The fatal accident occurred around 3:30 p.m. at Avenue 48 and Madison Street. The name of the victim...

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Rest Stops Reduce Risk of Drowsy Driving AccidentsDrowsy driving is a significant danger on U.S. roadways. In fact, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety estimates that roughly one in six fatal crashes involves a fatigued driver. And...

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Residents Help Police Catch Apple Valley Hit-and-Run SuspectApple Valley residents helped police track down a hit-and-run suspect Monday afternoon. The driver of a black Chevrolet TrailBlazer SUV crashed into a Liberty Utilities truck at the intersection of...

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