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Blog Posts in September, 2013

  • The Navy Yard Shooting: Who May Be Responsible?

    Posted By CSCS || 25-Sep-2013

    Authored by Allan M. Siegel In the aftermath of the tragic Navy Yard mass shooting in Washington, news sources have begun to speculate: How did multiple government and third-party agencies miss the red flags that pointed to Aaron Alexis' mental illness and violent tendencies? According to The Washington Post, the gunman's mass shooting was preceded by a pattern of psychological ...
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  • Concussions in Football: A Cause for Concern

    Posted By CSCS || 20-Sep-2013

    Authored by Joseph Cammarata The controversy surrounding concussions, also known as traumatic brain injuries, in football has existed for over 20 years. In the past several years, the issue has reached its boiling point. Just recently, the NFL settled a massive lawsuit with former players in which the NFL agreed to pay $765 million dollars in compensation and in medical services for current and ...
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  • Authored by Allan Siegel If you have injured yourself in a fall at a store, mall, or other public place, you may want to speak to a lawyer about the seriousness of your case. In order to win what is commonly called a slip and fall case, your lawyer will help determine if you can prove one of three things. The first option is that the owner caused the dangerous condition. For example, the owner of ...
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  • Authored by Allan Siegel Just a week after the NFL settled a massive concussion injury lawsuit involving more than 4,500 ex-players, new reports have surfaced that three former student-athletes are now suing the NCAA in a similar claim. The class-action lawsuit brought by the three players on Wednesday alleges that the NCAA failed to inform student-athletes about the risks of concussions. ...
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  • A new study sponsored by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety is helping researchers, law makers, and drivers to pinpoint exactly why distracted driving is so dangerous. In controlled tests, drivers were fitted with black caps with electrodes and wires. The caps measured how the drivers' brains reacted to rapid and increasing stimuli on the road. What the researchers found was ...
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