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Blog Posts in February, 2009

  • Victim of Tractor-Trailer Wreck Obtains $75,000 Settlement

    Posted By chaikinandsherman || 24-Feb-2009

    Our client was driving her vehicle when a tractor-trailer owned by Giant Food Corporation changed lanes and ran her off the road. The client had a prior knee replacement and had to have it revised two years following the collision. Giant argued that they were not responsible for the knee revision surgery since the Plaintiff would have required a revision, even in the absence of the tractor trailer ...
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  • Client slips and falls at Subway Sandwich Shop - Obtains settlement of $150,000 Our client was entering a Subway Sandwich Shop, located in the Bowie Wal-Mart, when she slipped and fell on soda which had spilled on the floor. The owner of the Subway Sandwich Shop denied responsibility, claiming that he had already cleaned up the spill. However. the law firm's investigation revealed two witnesses to ...
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  • Partner Allan M. Siegel testified before the D.C. Council regarding licensing requirements for doctors in the District of Columbia. The piece of legislation which was being proposed, as written, would require that doctors who agree to testify on behalf of victims injured as a result of medical malpractice be licensed in the District of Columbia. This requirement would make it extremely difficult ...
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  • AAJ Releases Report Exposing Insurance Company Practices*

    Posted By chaikinandsherman || 13-Feb-2009

    AAJ released the second article in a series of original research reports on the insurance industry, "Tricks of the Trade: How Insurance Companies Deny, Delay, Confuse and Refuse." Following up on " The Ten Worst Insurance Companies in America " released in 2008, the new report describes some of the ways the insurance industry attempts to make money at the expense of consumers. ...
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  • Four Components of the Brain

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, Siegel, P.C. || 4-Feb-2009

    The Brain Injury Association's booklet, "Living With Brain Injury: A guide for and about adults with moderate to severe brain injury" contains a diagram of the brain and a description of various portions of the brain. REGIONS OF THE BRAIN The brain has three main regions: the cerebellum, the brain stem, and the cerebrum. All three regions work together yet each has its own special ...
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