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Blog Posts in September, 2013

  • DC Bar Altercation Leads to Death of Patron

    Posted By CSCS || 26-Sep-2013

    Authored by Joseph Cammarata Approximately three weeks ago, a patron at the Rendezvous Lounge in Washington, D.C. was critically injured when he attempted to subdue another patron who had assaulted a bartender and swung a stool at others in the lounge. The patron recently died from his injuries. Too often violent incidents occur at bars and clubs as a result of patrons being allowed to drink to ...
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  • Last week's tragedy inside the Washington Naval Yard in Southeast Washington, DC has united local residents and Americans throughout the country. As we mourn the loss of innocent victims and offer our condolences to the families who lost their loved ones, we must begin asking questions as to how and why the Navy Yard shooting came to pass. Not only can this help victims' families gain a ...
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  • Authored by Allan Siegel Slip and fall cases are one of the most common types of personal injury cases. Many of us know someone who was injured in a slip and fall accident, and we all know that this is why we see the yellow and orange warnings signs posted in the grocery store when the floor is wet. Many people assume that because there was a warning sign posted that the store is no longer ...
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  • It's not soccer, or gymnastics, or lacrosse, even with its aggressive stick maneuvers and fast flying balls. It's cheerleading. Cheerleading caused the highest number of catastrophic injuries in girls, accounting for 65% of direct catastrophic injuries of high school girls and 70.8% of college level women. These numbers are from a study taken done between 1982 and 2009. Concussions and ...
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  • Julie Darity was once a contracts administration officer for C.R. Bard Inc., which is a medical device company in New Jersey. Darity exposed a scheme where Bard was pushing brachytherapy seeds for kickbacks. Brachytherapy seeds are not seeds in the traditional sense of the word. They are small pieces of radioactive metal, such as iodine or palladium, which are implanted in the body. Scientists ...
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  • Immediately after a car accident, victims are often disoriented, stressed, and anxious. Some people are immediately apologetic, simply because that's how they were raised and not because they did anything wrong. Others are stoic and say they are doing well or feel ok, even when they are in significant pain. Insurance adjusters are trained to capitalize on every piece of information they learn ...
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  • Many whistleblowers end up facing criminal charges, but they are still able to pursue a case as a whistleblower and are afforded the full protections of a whistleblower. Federal employees have recently received much stronger whistleblower protections, and many now feel free to come forward to report fraud, abuse, or any sort of wrongdoing in the workplace. Federal employees in the intelligence ...
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