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Blog Posts in May, 2011

  • Fatal Bus Accident on Route 95 in Virginia

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, Siegel, P.C. || 31-May-2011

    There was a horrific bus accident that occurred around 5 a.m. this morning on Route 95 in Caroline County Virginia. It was a tour bus carrying 58 passengers on a trip from North Carolina to New York which overturned and left 4 people dead and dozens of people injured. The driver of the tour bus was charged with reckless driving and is currently being held in Pamunkey Regional Jail in Hanover ...
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  • Ski and Snowboard the slopes safely - Part 1

    Posted By Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. || 31-May-2011

    There are 10.6 million skiers and snowboarders in the United States. During the 2009-2010 ski season, they made 59.7 million skier/snowboard visits to American ski areas and resorts. Snowboarding has grown in popularity to about 40% of all skier visits. Skiing and snowboarding are popular, healthy, and generally safe outdoor activities which attract people of all abilities, ages and backgrounds. ...
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  • Hopefully these new guidelines will get more people to perform chest compressions if they see someone suffering from cardiac arrest - usually where the victim just suddenly collapses. Approximately 300,000 Americans suffer cardiac arrests a year. Sadly, less than 10% of those survive. The key to increasing these odds is to get right down to pumping hard and fast on the chest, which should keep ...
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  • Imagine you are entertaining friends at your house. Suddenly, someone grabs their chest and collapses. There are no doctors in the house. What do you do? These critical seconds before emergency personnel reach the person can and do make a difference between life and death. It is imperative to think clearly and decisively when faced with an emergency situation. New guidelines released by the ...
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  • The April 14, 2011 evening news on WRC-TV began with a report by Pat Collins concerning a tragic incident on a football practice field. Two coaches, on opposite ends of the practice field, selected their players to perform a play that resulted in propelling the fastest members of the team on a collision course with each other. The football players depended on their coaches as an airplane pilot ...
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  • The annual list of Super Lawyers in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area is out in the latest issue of Law and Politics Magazine. Click here to read the magazine.
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