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  • The Navy Yard Shooting: Who May Be Responsible?
    The Navy Yard Shooting: Who May Be Responsible?

    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 ...

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  • Concussions in Football: A Cause for Concern
    Concussions in Football: A Cause for Concern

    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 ...

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  • Do I Need a Lawyer if I Slipped and Fell in a Store?
    Do I Need a Lawyer if I Slipped and Fell in a Store?

    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 ...

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  • NCAA Faces Concussion Lawsuit from Former Student-Athletes
    NCAA Faces Concussion Lawsuit from Former Student-Athletes

    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 ...

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  • What is Causing Drivers to Miss What is Right in Front of Them?
    What is Causing Drivers to Miss What is Right in Front of Them?

    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 ...

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