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  • The Top Three Myths About Personal Injury Attorneys
    The Top Three Myths About Personal Injury Attorneys

    We've learned many people have preconceived notions regarding the need for a personal injury lawyer. So to help answer some questions, we've formulated a list of the top three myths about personal ...

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  • Higher Risk of Fatal Crashes for Veterans
    Higher Risk of Fatal Crashes for Veterans

    New studies reveal that combat veterans of the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan are at a higher risk of being involved in fatal car crashes when they return home from war. Men who served in either of the ...

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  • Energy Drink Consumption
    Energy Drink Consumption

    The consumption of energy drinks has been alleged to cause significant adverse health consequences, such as insomnia, nervousness, rapid heart beat and death. A key component of energy drinks is ...

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  • Partner Joseph Cammarata Speaks at National Brain Injury Seminar
    Partner Joseph Cammarata Speaks at National Brain Injury Seminar

    Partner Joseph Cammarata was invited to speak at the American Association for Justice education seminar called, Litigating Traumatic Brain Injury Cases" in New Orleans. On May 3,2013, Mr. Cammarata ...

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  • Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel to Donate $1 to Send a Kid to Camp for Every
    Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel to Donate $1 to Send a Kid to Camp for Every "Like" on Facebook

    The law firm is very excited to be starting its first ever charity promotion on Facebook. For every "Like" on our Facebook page we will donate a dollar to our neighbor, the YMCA, to help send a child ...

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  • Partner Allan M. Siegel Obtains $455,000 Verdict Against Greyhound Lines, Inc.
    Partner Allan M. Siegel Obtains $455,000 Verdict Against Greyhound Lines, Inc.

    Our client was a passenger on a Greyhound bus, which struck a car when it changed lanes. The bus driver claimed that he was not at fault, and that he had completed his lane change when the car struck ...

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