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What Are Your Rights When The Surgery Goes Wrong?

According to researchers at Johns Hopkins, more than 4,000 surgical mishaps occur each year. As a consequence the numbers of judgments and malpractice claims have risen. In 2 recent cases of medical malpractice in Maryland, patients were awarded between $21 million and $55 million for their injuries. Medical malpractice is …

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Alarming Trends: Are Designated Drivers Even Sober?

According to recent studies that were conducted in the U.S. and Europe, it is very common for so-called designated drivers to indulge before they get behind the wheel. The University of Florida conducted a research study one Saturday evening, the results of which indicated that 41 percent of the designated drivers …

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Five Must Have Travel Gizmos for 2013

If you’re hitting the road on a regular basis the tech industry has a number of goodies either currently available or just about to be released that will make your travels easier, more entertaining and maybe even a little bit more sane.   Trackdot Luggage Tracker Tired of wondering if …

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The Quiet Economic Mobile Revolution

A developing trend of using smart phones and mobile technology as a way to entrepreneurship has appeared in developing countries. According to the Brookings Institute, a research facility for foreign policy, economics, development, governance and metropolitan policy, Egypt, Nigeria and Indonesia use smart phones for small businesses. As much as …

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How to Survive the Business End of a DUI Arrest

DUI arrest

Police officers are often zealous when discharging duties and not all officers are equal in arrest protocol or training. Sheriffs and deputies are elected and appointed officers that do not necessarily have training requirements for employment. There are other types of officers who are not necessarily officers of the court, …

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What’s the Difference Between Chapters 7 and 13?

Bankruptcy can be an excellent legal relief method for anyone needing a new financial start. The process can also be complicated and will always require an experienced bankruptcy attorney to navigate you through the necessary processes. There are also some unnecessary tasks that can be avoided with the proper legal …

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